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Campus Progress: Neighborhood Master Plan

The Neighborhood Master Plan is for a university neighborhood that will be located on approximately 225 acres west of State Route 113 and south of Russell Boulevard. The neighborhood would include housing for about 3,000 students and would include about 500 faculty and staff housing units. The neighborhood would also include recreation areas, open space, a mixed-use retail center, a community education center and an elementary school.


The West Village Implementation Plan (WVIP) provides the detailed framework for implementing the Neighborhood Master Plan (NMP) adopted by The Regents in November 2003 as part of the 2003 UC Davis Long Range Development Plan (LRDP). The West Village neighborhood located west of State Route 113 and south of Russell Boulevard includes housing for students, faculty, and staff as well as recreation areas, open space, retail space, and educational uses.

The NMP was evaluated in Volume III of the UC Davis 2003 Long Range Development Plan Environmental Impact Report (LRDP EIR) which was certified by The Regents of the University of California in November 2003. Since that time, the campus and a developer team have continued to refine the details of the West Village plan. As a result of the detailed planning included in the WVIP, the previously approved neighborhood has been reduced in size and slightly reconfigured. The 2003 LRDP has been amended to reflect these changes. Addendum #1 to the LRDP EIR was prepared to evaluate these changes.

Documents available online:

Approval documentation

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