Santa Clara Proposes Modification to Tasman East Adding 1,500 Dwelling Units

By Robert Haugh

The City wants to add 1,500 more residential units to the Tasman East Specific Plan.

The proposal aims to meet the growing demand for housing in the area without changing residential densities. 

The plan includes no changes to building heights, with a maximum of 220 feet. 

A virtual community meeting will be held on March 6, 2023, at 6 p.m. via Zoom to present the proposal and discuss potential strategies for more parkland.

The proposal is still subject to public review and input before a final decision is made.

Here’s how to participate next Monday: Dial 669-900-6833 with meeting ID 870 6613 9537. 

You can also view the project website for further information.


  1. It’s area is to crowded here now, this will cause more crime. I’ve lived here 60 year same house. What use to take 5 mins takes 20 to get anywhere.
    Grow food. We are loosing our land.

  2. Well that is not a bad thing by itself, depending on the overall impact. That area does have one good sized apt complex, I believe. Many of us have been advocating putting the density where it does less damage to the quality of life for existing neighborhoods.

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