Special Studies/Reports

R Street Light Rail Station Workshops

A number of workshops were conducted in 2003 and 2004 to identify redevelopment strategies and improvements to the 13th and 16th Street Light Rail Stations. Many of the public comments and analysis obtained at these workshops were included into subsequent documents such as the CADA R Street Urban Design Plan. Additionally, the City of Sacramento, Regional Transit, and CADA secured a Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) Community Design Grant to implement many of the improvements identified in the 2003 16th Street Station Workshop.

2003 16th Street Station Workshop – PDF (1.42 MB)

2004 16th Street Station Stakeholder Workshop – PDF (3.72 MB)

2004 13th Street Station Workshop – PDF (3.63 MB)

2003 R Street CADA Board Workshop

On February 24, 2003 over 50 Capital Area Stakeholders participated in a CADA Board Workshop to discuss future development of R Street within the recently extended boundaries of the Capitol Area Development Authority. The workshop provided an opportunity for participants to hear updates regarding planning and development projects in the R Street area; share observations about neighborhood connections, centers, best buildings and image issues; and discuss implementation strategies.

2003 Workshoip Summary – PDF (1.46 MB)

2006 R Street Community Meeting

The City of Sacramento, Capitol Area Development Authority, CalPERS, and the State of California Department of General Services hosted a community meeting on February 2, 2006.  The meeting provided R Street stakeholders with an update on public and private development projects planned for the corridor.  Over 200 people attended the meeting held at the CalPERS Lincoln West Plaza Building Atrium, 400 Q Street.

PowerPoint – PDF (10.7 MB)

2007 CADA Board Workshop – R Street Area Implementation Plan

The Capitol Area Development Authority Board of Director’s held a workshop on Friday, March 2, 2007 in the former Empire Events Center (now Ace of Spades) to discuss the draft Implementation Plan for CADA area of the R Street Corridor.  The meeting discussed former efforts on the corridor, immediate neighborhood needs, affordable housing, and the intended activities CADA should undertake to develop and redevelop R Street from 10th to 19th Streets. 

 Board Workshop Summary (PDF 0.2 MB)