Chelsea Wetlands: 12 acres of wetlands to be restored and preserved for improved habitat and flood capacity.
Duck Pond Park: The City's newest park, across the street from Frog Pad Park, officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 15, 2011.
Franklin Canyon: A 483-acre protected open space area owned by the Muir Heritage Land Trust and proposed for recreational uses and livestock grazing.
Hercules Transit Center: The relocated and expanded BART Park & Ride lot served by WestCAT buses was completed and opened in August 2009.
Hilltown: A 44-acre former industrial site located on San Pablo Ave near Victoria by the Bay.
Intermodal Transit Center: Will be the first West Coast facility combining three modes of transit (bus/rail/ferry) in one facility.
New Town Center: Previously approved entitlements have lapsed; no applications pending.
Parcel C: Also known as the Wal-Mart property (in reference to former owner), this 17-acre City-owned site is located off John Muir Parkway, adjacent to the North Shore Business Park. Sale of this commercially-zoned property is pending to a developer who has proposed the construction of approximately 350 multi-family units. Sale would be contingent on rezoning and entitlement approvals.
Refugio Creek Watershed: In February 2010, the City Council unanimously adopted a resolution establishing this Vision Plan as the guiding policy for the Refugio Creek Watershed within Hercules.
Sycamore North: A City-owned mixed-used project. City has entered into an agreement to sell the partially constructed project to Presidio Development Partners, LLC, which proposes to complete the structure as 147 market-rate residential rental units and approximately 10,000-sq.-ft. of ground-level restaurants and retail. Project will require additional Planning Commission approvals.
Sycamore Crossing: This City-owned 11-acre mixed-use property on the south side of Sycamore is intended to complement and expand on the Sycamore North project. The City has a pending agreement to sell the property to Property Development Centers, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Safeway.
Victoria Crescent: This 6-acre, City-owned property is part of the Victoria by the Bay project and is zoned within the New Pacific Properties Specific Plan as retail/residential. The City has received mulitple offers to develop the site with single-family residential units.
Waste Treatment Facility: Options to expand the City's waste treatment capacity in order to accommodate anticipated growth.
Waterfront (aka Hercules Bayfront): The latest plans and progress on the mixed-use development of the 40-acre Waterfront site.
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