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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Board of Supervisors Leroy Ornellas, Chair District 5 Carlos Villapudua, Vice Chair District 1 Larry Ruhstaller District 2 Steve Bestolarides District 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction.......................................................... 1 Rural Communities.............................................. 4 Urban Communities.......................................... 18 Cities and their Fringe Areas ......................... 26

Ken Vogel District 4

Planning Commission Michael Devencenzi, Chair Miguel Villapudua Richard Nickerson, M.D. Peter Johnson Stan Morri

Focus Groups Agriculture Land Use, Economic Development, Housing Transportation Natural Resources, The Delta Utilities, Services, Safety

Workshop #1 Participants Stakeholders Technical Advisory Committee General Plan Update Consultants Mintier Harnish In association with: Planning Partners Dowling Associates Morton Pitalo Mead & Hunt EDAW/AECOM

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COMMUNITY OVERVIEWS The updated San Joaquin County General Plan will include goals and policies that address the specific needs of unincorporated communities and areas adjacent to incorporated cities (i.e., city fringe areas). Many of the issues in unincorporated communities are related to infrastructure inadequacies or safety concerns (e.g., flooding or water quality). This section is intended to provide an overview of each of the unincorporated communities and city fringe areas defined in the existing 2010 General Plan. The County is made up of 12 planning areas. Each planning area, with the exception of the Delta Planning Area, contains at least one of three types of communities: 1) Unincorporated Rural Communities; 2) Unincorporated Urban Communities; and 3) City Community Areas (i.e., city fringe areas).

C o m m u n i t y H i e r a r c hy Includes the entire  County

San Joaquin  County

Made up of 12 sub‐ areas of the County

Planning Area

Identified cities and  unincorporated  communities

City Community  Area

Unincorporated Urban  Community

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Unincorporated Rural  Community

CHANGES TO BOUNDARIES? The 1992 San Joaquin County General Plan establishes community boundaries around unincorporated urban and rural communities. Since the 1992 General Plan was adopted, changes have occurred in these communities that may warrant or require changes to the extent of their boundaries. In addition, other unincorporated communities in the County may have experienced changes that warrant reconsideration as to how they are defined by the County. Since the County adopted the 1992 General Plan, San Joaquin LAFCO has expanded the cities’ SOIs nearly 30,000 acres beyond the County’s community boundaries defined for the cities. In addition, the cities have adopted General Plans that show urban development occurring even further into unincorporated areas, beyond existing SOIs. State law gives cities a broad range of powers and independence regarding future growth and development. The County must rely on interagency communication, review procedures, voluntary coordination, and SJ LAFCO actions to influence city actions and boundaries. Changes that have occurred to City limits, SOIs, and city General Plans may warrant or require changes to the extent of the boundaries the County has defined around its cities.

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COMMUNITY OVERVIEWS

COMMUNITIES

CITY COMMUNITY AREAS City community areas include incorporated city limits and unincorporated fringe areas around cities. There are seven cities in the county. The cities have jurisdiction over land within their city limits; the County maintains jurisdiction over areas outside the city limits. The city fringe areas include lands adjacent to the incorporated cities that are of interest to the County due to existing or potential future development.

URBAN COMMUNITY AREAS Unincorporated urban community areas reflect population sizes, residential densities, public service levels, and an historic role as region-serving, commercial centers that distinguish them from the smaller rural communities. Unincorporated urban communities are under the jurisdiction of the County. Urban communities are typically serviced by community water and wastewater systems.

RURAL COMMUNITY AREAS Unincorporated rural community areas are generally more than 50 acres in size, and have populations between 100 and 1,000. Their character varies from historic towns originally established as stagecoach or rail stops, to isolated clusters of ranch-style residences on large lots. Many of these communities have small localserving commercial areas at their major crossroads, an elementary school, a cemetery, and agricultural-support uses. Unlike urban communities, rural communities may have small community water systems but lack community sewer systems.

COMMUNITY TYPES There are 29 urban and rural communities and city fringe areas defined in the 2010 General Plan:

RURAL COMMUNITIES 1. Acampo 2. Banta 3. Chrisman 4. Clements 5. Collierville 6. Coopers Corner 7. Farmington 8. Glenwood 9. Lammersville 10. Noble Acres 11. Peters 12. Stoneridge 13. Vernalis 14. Victor

URBAN COMMUNITIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

CITY COMMUNITY AREAS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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French Camp Linden Lockeford Morada Mountain House New Jerusalem Thornton Woodbridge Escalon Lathrop Lodi Manteca Ripon Stockton Tracy

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ACAMPO

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Acampo is an unincorporated rural community located 1.5 miles north of Lodi, immediately west along the Southern Pacific Railroad (SPRR) at Acampo Road in the Lodi planning area. The Acampo community boundary includes about 46 acres of land with a population of about 308 (Census 2000). Planning Area .......................................................................... Lodi Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage ...................................................................................... 46 Population (2000) ................................................................... 308 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ................................................................................. 1 Population ...................................................................................... 2 Non-residential square footage ...................................... 33,430 Employment ................................................................................. 38

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 26

Transit service

Hopper Line

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

4

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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BANTA COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ....................................................................... Tracy Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 105 Population (2000) ................................................................... 324 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 1 Population................................................................................... 4 Non-residential square footage ................................ 115,353 Employment ........................................................................... 267

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

COMMUNITIES

Banta is an unincorporated rural community located four miles east of downtown Tracy at the intersection of Grant Line Road and El Rancho Road in the Tracy planning area. The community area is bisected by the Southern Pacific Railroad. Banta community area boundary includes about 105 acres of land with a population of about 324 people (2000 Census).

Highway(s):

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Banta Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District 1 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

None

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CHRISMAN

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Chrisman is an unincorporated rural community located about seven miles south of downtown Tracy immediately south of I580 at the Chrisman Road/SR 132 intersection in the Tracy planning area. Chrisman is a rural-residential enclave within easy commuting distance of Modesto, Tracy, and the Livermore Valley. The community includes the Tracy Golf and Country Club and the adjacent subdivisions of Par Country Estates and Hillside Greens. The area's proximity to the freeway, the Diablo range foothills, and the golf course have make Chrisman a popular alternative to the more dense subdivisions within Tracy. The Chrisman community boundary includes about 225 acres with a population of 184 people (2000 Census). Planning Area ....................................................................... Tracy Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 225 Population (2000) ................................................................... 184 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 4 Population................................................................................ 13 Non-residential square footage .............................................. 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s): I-580 and SR 132

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

6

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Jefferson Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

Tracy Golf Course and Country Club (Private)

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CLEMENTS COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ............................................................... Lockeford Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 109 Population (2000) ................................................................... 313 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ·········································································· 18 Population················································································ 55 Non-residential square footage ·································· 87,623 Employment ··········································································· 250

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

COMMUNITIES

Clements is an unincorporated rural community located approximately four miles east of Lockeford and 20 miles northeast of downtown Stockton on SR 12 and SR 88 (SR 12/88) in the Lockeford planning area. Clements extends along SR 12/88 for about a half-mile between Athearn Street and 6th Street and is bordered by the Mokelumne River floodplain on the north. The Southern Pacific Railroad line passes through town and parallels SR 12/88. The community is along the access roads to Camanche Reservoir and to resort and ski areas in the Sierra. The Clements community boundary includes about 109 acres with a population of about 313 (Census 2000).

Highway(s): SR 12/88

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

District: Clements Rural

1 Elementary Parks/Recreation:

None

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COLLIERVILLE

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Collierville is an unincorporated rural community located at the northern edge of San Joaquin County along SR 99 between Liberty and Jahant Roads in the Lodi planning area. Dry Creek, which forms the southern border of Sacramento County, is a mile north of the community's northern boundary. The Southern Pacific Railroad (SPRR) line borders Collierville to the west. The Collierville community boundary includes about 1,468 acres of land with a population of about 1,346. Planning Area .......................................................................... Lodi Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage ................................................................................ 1,468 Population (2000) ............................................................... 1,346 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ........................................................................ 121 Population.............................................................................. 364 Non-residential square footage ................................ 694,365 Employment ........................................................................... 852

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s): SR 99

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

8

City City

District: Woodbridge Rural and North Delta

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified , Oak View Elementary, and Galt Joint Union High School Districts

Parks/Recreation:

Forest Lake Golf Course (Private)

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COOPERS CORNER COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .......................................................................... Lodi Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage ...................................................................................... 65 Population (2000) ................................................................... 666 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 2 Population................................................................................... 6 Non-residential square footage ..................................... 5,725 Employment ............................................................................. 16

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

COMMUNITIES

Coopers Corner is an unincorporated rural community located about 1.5 miles north of the City of Lodi at the intersection of Acampo Road and the State Route 99 in the Lodi planning area. The community is surrounded by intensive agricultural uses. The Coopers Corner community boundary includes about 65 acres of land with a population of 666.

Highway(s): SR 99

No transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

City

Fire Protection (first response): City Library: No public library in community Schools District(s):

District: Woodbridge Rural and North Delta

Lodi Unified School District 1 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

None

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FARMINGTON

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Farmington is an unincorporated rural community located near the eastern boundary of San Joaquin County, approximately 16 miles east of Stockton in the Linden planning area. Farmington is located at the intersection of SR 4 and EscalonBellota Road between Little John’s Creek on the South and Duck Creek on the north, providing services to surrounding rural areas and travelers along SR 4. The Farmington community area boundary includes about 69 acres of land with a population of about 324 (Census 2000). Planning Area ...................................................................... Linden Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage ...................................................................................... 69 Population (2000) ................................................................... 324 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 6 Population................................................................................ 17 Non-residential square footage .................................. 18,056 Employment ............................................................................. 52

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s): SR 4

No transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

10

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Escalon Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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GLENWOOD COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .................................................................. Stockton Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 126 Population (2000) ................................................................ 1173 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units .......................................................................... 11 Population................................................................................ 32 Non-residential square footage ..................................... 2,599 Employment ................................................................................ 7

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

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Glenwood is an unincorporated rural community located on around the intersection of Alpine Road and State Route 26, about three miles east of Route 99 in the Stockton planning area. The Glenwood community boundary includes about 126 acres of land with a population of about 1,173. The gross population density within the community area boundary in 2000 was about 9.3 people per acre.

Highway(s): SR 26

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

City

Fire Protection (first response):

City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Linden Unified School District 1 Elementary/Middle

Parks/Recreation:

District: Waterloo-Morada Rural

___High School

None

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LAMMERSVILLE

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Lammersville is an unincorporated rural community located about five miles west of central Tracy between I-580 and Von Sosten Road in the Tracy planning area. Lammersville is bordered to the south by I-205. Virtually all property within the community boundaries is in large-lot subdivisions with white split-rail fences, horse paddocks, and large ranch-style homes, on flat prime agricultural soils. The Lammersville community boundary includes about 468 acres of land with a population of about 982. Planning Area .......................................................................... Tracy Community Type: ................................................ Rural Community Acreage ...................................................................................... 468 Population (2000) ..................................................................... 982 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 9 Population................................................................................ 27 Non-residential square footage .............................................. 0 Employment ................................................................................ 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s): I-205

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

12

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lammersville Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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NOBLE ACRES COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .................................................................. Stockton Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 407 Population (2000) ................................................................... 732 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units .......................................................................... 41 Population.............................................................................. 124 Non-residential square footage .............................................. 0 Employment ................................................................................ 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

COMMUNITIES

Noble Acres is an unincorporated rural community located at the intersection of Copperopolis Road and Tulsa Avenue, about two miles southeast of Glenwood in the Stockton planning area. The community area's northern boundary is the abandoned right of way of the Southern Pacific Railroad (SPRR) and Copperopolis Road forms the southern boundary. The Noble Acres community area boundary includes about 407 acres with a population of about 732.

Highway(s):

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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District: Eastside Rural Linden-Peters

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PETERS

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Peters is an unincorporated rural community located along Copperopolis Road about 17 miles east of Stockton and five miles northwest of Farmington in the Linden planning area. Peters is flat and open to the west and is heavily subdivided with many small rural residential lots. The Peters community area boundary includes about 975 acres with a population of about 494 (Census 2000). Planning Area ...................................................................... Linden Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 975 Population (2000) ................................................................... 494 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ........................................................................ 217 Population.............................................................................. 650 Non-residential square footage .............................................. 0 Employment ................................................................................ 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s):

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

14

City City

District: Linden-Peters Rural Farmington Rural

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified, Linden Unified, Escalon Unified School Districts

Parks/Recreation:

None

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STONERIDGE COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ....................................................................... Tracy Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage ...................................................................................... 94 Population (2000) ................................................................... 175 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 2 Population................................................................................... 6 Non-residential square footage .............................................. 0 Employment ................................................................................ 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

COMMUNITIES

Stoneridge is an unincorporated rural community located 4 miles east of central Tracy on a triangular tract bounded by Grant Line Road, Bird Road, and Business Loop 205 in the Tracy planning area. Stoneridge is primarily made up of a large rural subdivision. The Stoneridge community boundary includes about 94 acres of land with a population of about 175 (Census 2000).

Highway(s): SR 99

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Banta Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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VERNALIS

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Vernalis is an unincorporated rural community located on the northeast side of SR 33, south of SR 132, and west of Welty Road in the Tracy planning area. Portions of the community are located on the San Joaquin/Stanislaus County line. The Vernalis community boundary includes about 142 acres of land with a population of about 36. Planning Area ....................................................................... Tracy Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage .................................................................................... 142 Population (2000) ..................................................................... 36 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units .......................................................................... 37 Population.............................................................................. 111 Non-residential square footage .................................. 25,098 Employment ............................................................................. 25

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s): SR 132 and SR 33

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

16

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

New Jerusalem Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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VICTOR COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .......................................................................... Lodi Community Type: .............................................. Rural Community Acreage ...................................................................................... 83 Population (2000) ................................................................... 414 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 5 Population................................................................................ 15 Non-residential square footage .................................. 57,342 Employment ............................................................................. 97

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Transit Service:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 12

Transit service

Transit provider:___________________

COMMUNITIES

Victor is an unincorporated rural community located on SR 12 at Bruella Road, immediately east of Lodi and approximately three miles west of Lockeford. Most of Victor is located in the Lockeford planning area, however a small western part of the community is also in the Lodi planning area. For the purposes of this report, Victor is being described within the Lodi planning area. Victor is bisected by SR 12, which provides access from Lodi to recreation areas in the Sierra. The Victor community boundary includes about 83.3 acres with a population of about 414 (Census 2000).

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

None

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FRENCH CAMP

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE French Camp is an unincorporated rural community located about four miles south of downtown Stockton in the Stockton planning area. French Camp Slough forms the northern boundary of the community area, I-5 forms the western boundary, Airport Way forms the eastern boundary, and Roth Road forms the southern boundary. The cities of Stockton and Lathrop abut French Camp to the north and south, respectively. French Camp is also within the Sphere of Influence (SOI) of both Stockton and Lathrop, with a majority of the community area in the Stockton SOI. The French Camp community boundary includes about 1,930 acres of land with a population of about 2,154 (Census 2000) Planning Area .................................................................. Stockton Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage ................................................................................ 1,930 Population (2000) ............................................................... 2,154 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units .................................................................... 2,920 Population ......................................................................... 8,760 Non-residential square footage .......................... 1,504,997 Employment....................................................................... 3,282

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic Wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access San Joaquin RTD:

Highway(s): I-5

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Manteca Unified School District

District: French Camp-McKinley

1 Elementary/Middle Parks/Recreation:

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LINDEN COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ...................................................................... Linden Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage .................................................................................... 524 Population (2000) ................................................................... 300 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ........................................................................ 479 Population.......................................................................... 1,438 Non-residential square footage ................................ 359,783 Employment ........................................................................... 748

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 26

Transit service

Hopper Line

COMMUNITIES

Linden is an unincorporated urban community located 13 miles east of Stockton on State Route 26 in the Linden planning area. SR 26 traverses the community and provides access from central Stockton to the recreational areas of the Sierras. The Linden community area boundary includes about 524 acres of land with a population of about 300 (Census 2000).

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools:

City

District:

Public library in community District(s): Linden Unified School District 1 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

City

1 High School

None

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LOCKEFORD

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Lockeford is an unincorporated urban community located 17 miles northeast of Stockton on SR 12/88 in the Lockeford planning area. SR 12/88 traverses the community and provides access from nearby Lodi and Stockton to the recreational areas of the Sierras. The Southern Pacific Railroad (SPRR) runs east-west through the community and the Mokelumne River forms its northern border. The Lockeford community area boundary includes about 1,172 acres with a population of about 2,151 (Census 2000). Planning Area ............................................................... Lockeford Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage ................................................................................ 1,172 Population (2000) ............................................................... 2,152 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units .................................................................... 1,401 Population.......................................................................... 4,204 Non-residential square footage ............................ 1,622,328 Employment ....................................................................... 3,988

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access San Joaquin RTD:

Highway(s): SR 12/88

No transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools: District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

District: Mokelumne Rural

1 Elementary Parks/Recreation:

20

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None San Joaquin County General Plan Update


MORADA COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .................................................................. Stockton Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage ................................................................................ 2,348 Population (2000) ............................................................... 4,934 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ········································································ 592 Population·········································································· 1,777 Non-residential square footage ································ 211,525 Employment ············································································· 60

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 99

Transit service

Hopper Line

COMMUNITIES

Morada is an unincorporated urban community located about eight miles northeast of downtown Stockton at the intersections of SR 99 and Eight Mile Road and Morada Road in the Stockton planning area. The community area is bordered by Eight Mile Road on the north, the Calaveras River on the south, and State Route 99 on the west. The community's eastern boundary is less well-defined, following Hildreth Lane to Ashley Lane, and then running northwest to the Central California Traction Company railroad. The Mokelumne Aqueduct runs east-west through the community. The City of Stockton and the Stockton SOI abut Morada to the west and south.

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

District: Waterloo-Morada Rural

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District and Linden Unified School District 2 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

Morada Park (Neighborhood)

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MOUNTAIN HOUSE

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Mountain House is an unincorporated urban community located along the San Joaquin County line between I-205 and the Old River, northwest of Tracy. The Southern Pacific Railroad crosses the northern portion of the site and two minor creeks traverse the site, the larger of the two being Mountain House Creek. The Mountain House community area boundary includes about 4,824 acres of land, about 3,000 residences, and a population of about 9,000 (San Joaquin County estimate, 2009). Planning Area .................................................... Mountain House Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage ................................................................................ 4,824 Population (2000) ............................................................... 3,000 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ..................................................................12,785 Population .......................................................................30,323 Non-residential square footage .......................... 6,792,725 Employment.....................................................................18,339

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access Transit Service:

Highway(s): N/A

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Public library in community Lammersville Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District 2 Elementary/Middle

Parks/Recreation:

22

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Mountain House Community Park San Joaquin County General Plan Update


NEW JERUSALEM COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ....................................................................... Tracy Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage .................................................................................... 158 Population (2000) ................................................................... 316 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................. 4 Population................................................................................ 13 Non-residential square footage .............................................. 0 Employment ................................................................................ 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

Highway access San Joaquin RTD:

COMMUNITIES

New Jerusalem is a rural community located seven miles southeast of central Tracy about one mile east of the Route 33/ Interstate 5 Interchange, north of Durham Ferry Road and west of Koster Road. The New Jerusalem community boundary includes about 158 acres with a population of about 316. The community is fairly level, sloping gently in an easterly direction toward the San Joaquin River.

Highway(s):

No public transit service

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Library:

No public library in community

School District(s):

New Jerusalem Elementary School District and Tracy Joint Unified School District 1 Elementary/Middle

Parks/Recreation:

None

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THORNTON

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE Thornton is an unincorporated urban community of located 20 miles northwest of downtown Stockton and 30 miles south of Sacramento. The Mokelumne River flows from the east and passes along the northeastern side of the community. The Thornton community boundary includes about 520 acres with a population of about 1,133 (Census 2000). Waterways near Thornton are popular destinations for water activities including fishing, boating and hiking. Interstate 5 is Thornton's western boundary. Planning Area .................................................................. Thornton Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage .................................................................................... 520 Population (2000) ............................................................... 1,133 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ........................................................................ 490 Population.......................................................................... 1,470 Non-residential square footage ................................ 433,234 Employment ........................................................................... 862

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): I-5

Transit service

Hopper Line

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

City City

District: Thornton Fire District

Public library in community New Hope Elementary School District and Galt Union School District 1 Elementary/Middle

Parks/Recreation:

24

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WOODBRIDGE COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .......................................................................... Lodi Community Type: ............................................ Urban Community Acreage .................................................................................... 696 Population (2000) ............................................................... 4,050 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units........................................................................ 125 Population ............................................................................. 374 Non-residential square footage ................................. 73,124 Employment .......................................................................... 209

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic ells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 26

Transit service

Hopper Line

COMMUNITIES

Woodbridge is located northwest of and adjacent to the Lodi City limits along the Mokelumne River. A majority of Woodbridge lies southwest of the Mokelumne River. To the northeast of the river is the Woodbridge Golf & Country Club. Woodbridge also lies within the Lodi Sphere of Influence and is included in the City of Lodi 1991 General Plan. The Woodbridge community area boundary includes about 696 acres of land with a population of about 4,050 (Census 2000).

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

City City

District: Woodbrige Rural and North Delta

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

Woodbridge Community Park; Woodbridge Regional Park; Woodbridge Golf Club (Private)

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ESCALON

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE The City of Escalon community area is located about 21 miles southeast of downtown Stockton and 10 miles north of downtown Modesto in the Escalon planning area. The community contains a distinct "east side" and "west side", with the railroad and downtown area dividing the community. The Escalon community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city is prime agricultural land. Planning Area .................................................................... Escalon Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage .................................................................................... 670 Population (2000) ................................................................... 356 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units .................................................................... 2,048 Population .......................................................................... 6,143 Non-residential square footage ................................ 485,968 Employment............................................................................ 995

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 120

Transit service

Hopper Line

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

26

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City

District: Escalon Consolidated

Public library in community Escalon Unified School District 1 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

City

1 Middle

1 High School

54.6 acres (includes City limits) San Joaquin County General Plan Update


LATHROP COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ................................................................... Lathrop Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage .................................................................................... 551 Population (2000) ................................................................... 185 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ············································································· 0 Population··················································································· 0 Non-residential square footage ································ 778,684 Employment ··········································································· 947

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic ells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): I-5 and SR 120

Transit service

Intercity Line, Hopper Line

COMMUNITIES

The City of Lathrop community area is located nine miles south of downtown Stockton and 4 miles west of downtown Manteca in the Lathrop planning area. The community is split east-west by I-5 and is bordered by Manteca on the east. The Lathrop community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city is in agricultural uses. Primary access to Lathrop is from two interchanges along I-5. The community is bound by Roth Road on the north to Highway 120 on the south, and from the Union Pacific Railroad on the east to the San Joaquin River on the west.

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

City

District: Lathrop-Manteca

Public library in community Manteca Unified School District 1 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

City

3 Elementary/Middle

42.3 acres (includes City limits)

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LODI

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE The City of Lodi community area is located 13 miles north of downtown Stockton and 34 miles south of Sacramento in the north central part of the County. SR 99 cuts through the eastern part of the city and the unincorporated urban community of Woodbridge borders the City to the northwest. The Lodi community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city is prime agricultural land. Planning Area .......................................................................... Lodi Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage .................................................................................... 427 Population (2000) ................................................................... 355 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ............................................................................ 249 Population ................................................................................. 757 Non-residential square footage .................................... 260,651 Employment ............................................................................... 261

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 99

Transit service

Intercity Line, Hopper Line

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response):

28

City City

Library:

No public library in community

Schools District(s):

Lodi Unified School District

Parks/Recreation:

10 Elementary 5 Middle 340.8 acres (includes City limits)

November 8, 2009

District: Woodbridge Rural, North Delta, Mokelumne Rural

3 High School

San Joaquin County General Plan Update


MANTECA COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area ................................................................. Manteca Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage ................................................................................ 2,703 Population (2000) ............................................................... 2,525 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ........................................................................ 3,565 Population .......................................................................... 10,695 Non-residential square footage .................................... 745,256 Employment ........................................................................... 1,719

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 99 and SR 120

Transit service

Intercity Line, Hopper Line

COMMUNITIES

The City of Manteca community area is located 12 miles south of downtown Stockton, 14 miles northwest of Modesto, and about 75 miles southeast of San Francisco. The City of Lathrop borders the community area to the west and SR 120 and SR 99 run through the area to the south and east, respectively. The Manteca community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city is in agricultural uses.

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

City

District: Lathrop-Manteca Rural

Public library in community Manteca Unified School District 3 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

City

10 Elementary/Middle

4 High School

466.0 acres (includes City limits)

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RIPON

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE The City of Ripon community area is located about 20 miles southeast of Stockton and four miles north of the City of Modesto (Stanislaus County). Ripon is bisected by SR 99 and the Central Valley route of the Union Pacific Railroad. The Ripon community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city is in agricultural uses. Planning Area ....................................................................... Ripon Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage .................................................................................... 180 Population (2000) ................................................................... 225 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ................................................................................. 4 Population ................................................................................... 13 Non-residential square footage .................................................. 0 Employment .................................................................................... 0

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR 99

Transit service

Intercity Line, Hopper Line

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

30

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City

District: Ripon Consolidated

Public library in community Ripon Unified School District 4 Elementary/Middle

Parks/Recreation:

City

2 High School

385.3 acres (includes City limits) San Joaquin County General Plan Update


STOCKTON COMMUNITY PROFILE

Planning Area .................................................................. Stockton Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage .............................................................................. 17,228 Population (2000) ............................................................. 48,404 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ..................................................................... 19,371 Population .......................................................................... 58,113 Non-residential square footage ................................ 7,167,355 Employment ........................................................................ 13,656

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): I-5, SR 99, SR 4, SR 26, SR 88

Transit service

Intercity Line, Hopper Line

COMMUNITIES

The City of Stockton community area is located in the center of San Joaquin County and is the largest urbanized area in the County. The city is abutted by unincorporated urban neighborhoods and communities and there are large pockets of unincorporated urban land within the city. Most of these unincorporated areas function as extensions of the city and are not identified as independent communities. The Stockton community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city includes unincorporated urban development and agricultural lands.

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

City

Fire Protection (first response): City District: Tuxedo Country-Club Boggs Tract, French Camp-McKinley, Eastside Rural, Lincoln, Waterloo-Morada Rural, Montezuma, Lathrop-Manteca Rural Library:

Public library in community

School District(s):

Stockton, Lincoln, Lodi, Linden, Manteca, and Tracy Unified School Districts 49 Elementary 21 Middle 15 High School

Parks/Recreation:

1,783.8 acres (includes City limits)

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TRACY

COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITY PROFILE The City of Tracy community area is located about 20 miles southwest of Stockton and 60 miles east of San Francisco on I205. The community area is located in a triangle shaped area formed by I-5, I-205, and I-580. The Tracy community area is generally flat and the land surrounding the city is in agricultural uses. Planning Area ....................................................................... Tracy Community Type: ............. City/City Community Area (fringe) Acreage ................................................................................ 5,618 Population (2000) ............................................................... 3,822 Remaining development capacity (2008): Dwelling units ........................................................................ 6,615 Population .......................................................................... 19,845 Non-residential square footage ................................ 2,005,037 Employment ........................................................................... 3,260

INFRASTRUCTURE Water Sources:

Groundwater

Surface Water

Overdraft issues

Water quality issues?

Yes

No

Saltwater intrusion

Domestic Water:

Water system

Domestic wells

Wastewater:

Sewer system

Adequate capacity

Septic systems

Storm Drainage:

Drainage system

Ditches/ponds

Localized flooding

Flood Protection:

Levee protection

Certified Levees

100-year Flood Zone

Circulation:

Curbs/gutters

Sidewalks common

San Joaquin RTD:

Highway access

Highway(s): SR I-205, I-5, and I-580

Transit service

Intercity Line, Hopper Line

PUBLIC FACILITIES AND SERVICES Law Enforcement:

Sheriff

Fire Protection (first response): Library: Schools District(s):

32

November 8, 2009

Substation in community

City

District: Tracy (City and Rural)

Public library in community Tracy Unified and Jefferson, Lammersville, and Banta Elmentary Unified School Districts 12 Elementary

Parks/Recreation:

City

5 Elementary/Midle

3 Middle

4 High School

247.6 acres (includes City limits) San Joaquin County General Plan Update

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