Rendering of Example Development of Multi-Family Housing. Drawings of housing centered around a common area filled with grass, trees, pedestrian walkways, and cars.

Targeted Multi-family and Mixed-use Housing Study

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In response to State housing requirements, the City of Folsom, as part of its Housing Element implementation, is conducting a targeted multi-family and mixed-use housing study to evaluate design, density, and market feasibility for multi-family and residential mixed-use development along the East Bidwell Corridor, at the Glenn light rail station, and in the town center area of the Folsom Plan Area, south of US-50 (refer to the Targeted Housing Areas Map).  This strategy uses existing areas in Folsom designated for housing and mixed-use development in the General Plan rather than using additional sites in established areas.  Throughout this process, the city and its consultant, Opticos Design, will work with the public, housing stakeholders, and decision makers to evaluate design concepts supported by market feasibility analysis.

In order to create housing opportunities for our children, current and future workers, and those with changing housing needs, Folsom needs a variety of housing types in locations near jobs, services, and transit.  This effort looks at providing multi-family housing opportunities both north and south of Highway 50.  We would like your input on the type of housing design that works best in these areas.


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