Goal SA-22

Goal SA-22:

A new residential neighborhood centered along Colma Creek within a short walk of Downtown amenities and services that provides a range of housing types for different income levels and housing types.


To provide opportunities for everyone to live and access services in Lindenville.

Policy SA-22.1: Introduce a mix of affordable and market rate housing in Lindenville. 
  • Action SA-22.1.1: Develop Lindenville master or specific plan.

    Develop a master plan or specific plan for new mixed use neighborhoods in Lindenville.

  • Action SA-22.1.2: Designate residential priority sites.

    Designate residential priority sites, which require a specific amount of future development projects be dedicated to residential land uses.

  • Action SA-22.1.3: Require context-sensitive design.

    Require context-sensitive design for new buildings developed along Colma Creek, such as height step backs and building setbacks.

Policy SA-22.2: Encourage lot assembly to facilitate housing and mixed use development in Lindenville.

Encourage the assemblage of adjacent parcels by providing greater development incentives for master planned redevelopment in areas of Lindenville transitioning to residential or mixed use development than would be available for development on a parcel-by-parcel basis. 

Policy SA-22.3: Golden Gate Produce Terminal and Park ‘N Fly sites.

Encourage parcel assemblage of the Park ‘N Fly site (160 Produce Avenue) and the Golden Gate Produce Terminal site (131 Terminal Court) and encourage developers to create a master plan for development on the combined parcels. 

Policy SA-22.4: Placemaking and infrastructure improvements in areas to be developed with residential uses.

Prioritize placemaking and infrastructure improvements in areas that currently have non-residential uses that have Medium Density Mixed Use or High Density Mixed Use designations. 

Policy SA-22.5: Require buffering of residential uses in Lindenville.

Ensure residential land uses are buffered from heavy industrial uses and major roadways via landscaping, street trees, and attractive fences and walls.

Policy SA-22.6: Require small block sizes for new residential neighborhoods.

Where possible, ensure the new residential neighborhood near Colma Creek is developed with small block sizes to facilitate convenient vehicular and pedestrian connections through the neighborhood.

Policy SA-22.7: Adequate public services in Lindenville.

Coordinate with the South San Francisco Unified School District and City public services, including the Fire Department and the Police Department, to ensure public services can accommodate growth impacts of this new development in Lindenville.

Policy SA-22.8: Implement the Lindenville Specific Plan.

Implement the Lindenville Specific Plan and update as necessary.