Support new homes at 6501 Shattuck Avenue!

Oakland Planning Commissioners

YIMBY Action and the Housing Action Coalition are pleased to support the proposed project at 6501 Shattuck Avenue in Oakland that will bring 18 well-designed, well-located new homes to a currently vacant site. The project also contributes to the community in the following ways:

  • Places these new homes near Temescal's commercial corridor;

  • Is walking distance to AC Transit, as well as both Ashby and Rockridge BART stations, thereby encouraging ridership;

  • Activates the ground floor with space for a restaurant/cafe, which will blend in seamlessly with neighboring ground floor retail spaces;

  • Ensures the safety and well-being of these homes and the neighborhood through a site decontamination process.

  • Is the result of an extensive community engagement process that resulted in setbacks and an overall reduction of density from 21 to 18 homes in response to input.

Please voice your support for this project by signing this petition urging the Oakland Planning Commission to deny the appeal of this already-approved project.

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To: Oakland Planning Commissioners
From: [Your Name]

As a neighborhood resident, I support the proposed project at 6501 Shattuck Avenue in Oakland that will bring 18 well-designed, well-located new homes to a currently vacant site. The project also contributes to the community in the following ways:

- Places these new homes near Temescal's commercial corridor;
- Is walking distance to AC Transit, as well as both Ashby and Rockridge BART stations, thereby encouraging ridership;
- Activates the ground floor with space for a restaurant/cafe, which will blend in seamlessly with neighboring ground floor retail spaces;
- Ensures the safety and well-being of these homes and the neighborhood through a site decontamination process.
- Is the result of an extensive community engagement process that resulted in setbacks and an overall reduction of density from 21 to 18 homes in response to input.

I urge the Oakland Planning Commission to deny the appeal of this welcomed, approved project.