The Stanford in Redwood City Precise Plan was approved by City Council on September 9, 2013. The campus occupies a 35-acre portion of a larger 48-acre (former Mid-Point Technology Park) campus that is intersected by Broadway and bounded by Highway 101, Douglas Avenue, Bay Road and Second Avenue. The project includes administrative offices, research and development, and medical clinic space.
The Stanford Outpatient Center project was approved in 2006 prior to the adoption of the Stanford in Redwood City Precise Plan. Click here for the Planning Commission staff report, and here for the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report.
First Phase of Development
In January 2016, Stanford formally submitted for the first phase of development permitted under this Precise Plan. See here for information on their proposal and upcoming meetings.
- Stanford in Redwood City Precise Plan
- Development Agreement
- Draft Environmental Impact Report
- Final Environmental Impact Report
September 9, 2013: City Council Hearing
February 21, 2012: Planning Commission Hearing Regarding Draft EIR & Draft Precise Plan
November 8, 2010: Joint City Council & Planning Commission Hearing
September 21, 2009: City Council Meeting
July 14,2009: Planning Commission & Architectural Advisory Committee Joint Study Session
November 2008 to January 2009 Community Meetings
- January 9, 2009 Meeting Notes (English / Español)
- December 3, 2008 Community Meeting Notes (Summit Prep)
- November 20, 2008 Community Meeting Notes (Friendly Acres)
October 14, 2008: Planning Commission EIR Scoping Session
- Agenda & Staff Report
- Notice of Preparation for Draft Environmental Impact Report (10/2/2008)
August 11, 2008: City Council Meeting
July 15, 2008: Planning Commission Meeting