What is the Concord Reuse Project (CRP) Area Plan?
The CRP Area Plan is part of the City of Concord’s General Plan, the policy document guiding the long-range development and conservation of the city. Specifically, the CRP Area Plan translates the vision, policies, and standards established by the Reuse Plan into the language and policies required by California law. The Area Plan consists of three books.

The Area Plan diagram included in Book One carries forward the essential qualities of the adopted Reuse Plan, including the location of various development types and the total quantity of housing and employment-generating development on the site. It does reflect some refinement of the Reuse Plan concepts, as described here on the Area Plan page.

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1. Who will decide what happens to the land?
2. What is the Local Reuse Authority (LRA)?
3. How was the Reuse Plan prepared?
4. What is the Concord Reuse Project (CRP) Area Plan?
5. How was the CRP Area Plan developed?
6. What is the Area Plan's role in the CRP?
7. What is the difference between the Reuse Plan and the CRP Area Plan?
8. How much housing will be built under the Area Plan? Will there be affordable housing?
9. How many jobs will be generated under the Area Plan?
10. What is the Specific Plan and how will it be used?
11. What is the Infrastructure Master Plan and how will it be used?