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Rancho Providencia Neighborhood Protection Plan Update

About the Rancho Providencia Neighborhood Protection Plan Update

The Rancho Providencia Neighborhood Protection Plan (NPP) was adopted in 1998 as a response to traffic, speeding, and parking impacts from Studios and Commercial Development. The NPP paved the way for several improvements, including gateway medians, intersection reconfigurations, street trees, crosswalk treatments, and preferential parking for the neighborhood bound by West Olive Avenue, Victory Boulevard, South Main Street, West Alameda Avenue and North Buena Vista Street.

City Council has directed staff to update the 1998 Rancho Providencia NPP to reflect changes to the City’s development and traffic patterns over that time. The City will gather data in order to assess the changes in cut-through traffic and determine affected locations. It will then develop a plan with traffic engineering measures to address those issues in the plan area. The update is subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the City will include a determination on the environmental effects as part of the plan update.
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Rancho Providencia NPP

Community Engagement

There will be five community meetings throughout the plan update process. The first virtual meeting took place on Thursday, April 7, 2022 from 5:00 to 6:30 PM. Advance notice will be given when the next meeting is scheduled.

Rancho Providencia NPP Meeting 4/7/22 – Q&A (PDF)
Rancho Providencia NPP Meeting 4/7/22 – Presentation (PDF)


Contact Information

For more information, please call the main Transportation number at (818) 238-5290 or e-mail transportation@burbankca.gov