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File #: 20-361    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Public Hearing/General Business Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/10/2020 In control: Historical & Landmarks Commission
On agenda: 6/4/2020 Final action:
Title: Public Hearing: Consideration to add street names to the City's Approved Street Names List
Attachments: 1. Applicant Request for Proposed Street Names
REPORT TO HISTORICAL LANDMARKS COMMISSION
SUBJECT
Title
Public Hearing: Consideration to add street names to the City's Approved Street Names List

Report
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Hunter Storm Properties ("Applicant") is proposing four new street names to be added to the City's approved street names list for assignment to private streets within and bordering the Gateway Crossings project site located at 1205 Coleman Avenue. The project was approved by the City Council on July 9, 2019 and consists of two parcels on a 21.4 acre project site. The proposed street names include Champions Way, Wondo Way, Chastain Place, and Rickbaugh Way. A fifth private street within the development would be assigned Corcoran Drive, which is already on the City's approved street names list.

BACKGROUND
Chapter 2.120 of the Santa Clara City Code provides for the Historical and Landmarks Commission (HLC) to act as an advisory board to the Council on street naming. The last update to the street name list was 2008 following recommendation by the HLC and approval by Council. Additions to the street names list have since occurred as part of the Tentative Map process for individual development projects that include private and public streets.
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DISCUSSION
The roadway network in the Gateway Crossings Project consists of five private streets that transect and link the mixed use development on the site to public and private streets and adjacent development. A site map is attached illustrating the approved street layout and its integration into the street network connecting adjacent land uses on the neighboring Coleman Highline Planned Development Project to the east in San Jose. Champions Way borders the Gateway Crossings Project along the eastern boundary of the site and is partly within the jurisdiction of San Jose and becomes a private street as it enters Santa Clara. Champions Way is an approved street name for the portion of roadway in San Jose and is proposed for continuance and continuit...

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