Pittsburg Hillside Development

Draft Hillside Development Ordinance

These are the hills we are saving!!

Help us to preserve the beauty of these hills for future generations.

Mt. Diablo from Bay Point

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What's going on?

uh-oh.jpg Back in November 2005, Measure P stated that Pittsburg was voting for open space protection and traffic reduction. Unfortunately, just the opposite is happening and there is a push for more development which, will lead to more traffic. The recently proposed draft Hillside Development Ordinance allows for massive development above the 500-foot elevation!

Don't let the City of Pittsburg give away our hills to the Seeno Family with their plan to build up to 1,650 sprawl units and estate mansions in our hills! This irresponsible development will add 13,000 extra car trips PER DAY to our local roads, hidden costs to taxpayers, air pollution, and destroy wildlife habitat.

Help improve the image and quality of life in our city. SAVE OUR HILLS!!

What you can do:

Get involved in the effort to protect Pittsburg's hillsides!

It is up to us to guarantee the protection of our hillsides for future generations. We need to make sure the public is included in the process every step of the way.

  • Attend this Meeting and the other Important Meetings to voice your opinion on the City's vision to allow massive development on our hillsides! You can view all of the upcoming meetings on our Meetings page.

    ** No meetings are scheduled at this time. **

  • Contact us to get involved or for more information, go to our Contact Us page and tell us what you need.
  • Subscribe to e-mail action alerts for updates on Pittsburg's hillsides.  Go to our Contact Us page put "subscribe" in the first line of your message.  We will add you to our fast growing list of concerned citizens.
  • Contact Mayor Nancy Parent and City Council members Michael Kee, Ben Johnson, Will Casey and Sal Evola, and let them know that you oppose any further development of the hills. You can email the Mayor and City Council, or write to the City Council by mail at:
    Pittsburg City Council, 65 Civic Avenue, Pittsburg, CA 94565
  • Write a Letter to the Editor of the Contra Costa Times & the Pittsburg Press opposing hillside development. The letter should be 200 words or less. Send your letter to the Contra Costa Times and Rick Lemyre-The Press

If you have questions or need more information:

Go to our Contact Us page.

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