Sat. Feb 4th, 2023

Station District MapThe City of Santa Ana is presenting two community meetings this month regarding the “Station District” development, on January 14th and 21st at 6:30 p.m., at St. Joseph Church, in their Parish Hall.



The meetings are about improvements proposed for the Santa Ana neighborhood located between the train station and civic center.

Station District Goals and Objectives:

  • Global Vision for The Station District
  • Enhancing Public Spaces and Streets
  • Linking Neighborhoods & Business with Public Transit
  • Providing Local Retail Services
  • Incorporating High Quality Architecture
  • Providing a Variety of Housing Types: For-Rent & For-Sale Homes with a Range of Affordability

Based on community input received at community meetings held over the last few months, the “Station District” team selected by the City of Santa Ana will be seeking your input on a preliminary concept plan for development and improvements on the vacant City-owned properties in the Lacy Neighborhood.

The City staff will also brief you on other transit and land use planning efforts.  Click here to read the event flier for further details.

For more information on the community meetings please contact Scott Kutner at (714) 667-2259, while for any other information on the Station District please contact Sandi Gottlieb at (714) 647-6585.

Click here to read the Station District RFQ.

Key Santa Ana Station District Contacts:

Master Developer

Bea Hsu, Related California

bhsu@related.com

949.660.7272

City of Santa Ana

Sandi Gottlieb, Community Development Agency

sgottlieb@santa-ana.org

714.647.6585

Scott Kutner, Community Development Agency

skutner@santa-ana.org

714.667.2259

George Alvarez, Public Works Agency

galvarez@santa-ana.org

714.647.5659

By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

One thought on “Santa Ana Station District community meetings coming up on Jan. 14 and 21”
  1. Thanks for the info. You pulled it together and made it handy. The public needs to get involved in the Station District plans.

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