Chelsea Wetlands: 12 acres of wetlands to be restored and preserved for improved habitat and flood capacity.
Franklin Canyon Area: Approximately 973 acre area containing 646 acres within City limits and 327 acres outside City limits subject to Measure M passed by voters in 2004. The Area includes the Franklin Canyon Golf Course, Muir Heritage Land Trust open space/trail/grazing area and additional private properties outside City limits.
Hercules Transit Center: The relocated and expanded BART Park & Ride lot served by WestCAT buses was completed and opened in August 2009.
Hilltown (a.k.a., Hill Crest): A 44-acre former industrial site located on San Pablo Ave near Victoria by the Bay.
Muir Pointe (formerly Parcel C): Taylor Morrison is currently constructing 144 single-family residences on this 16-acre parcel on John Muir Parkway, adjacent to the North Shore Business Park and the Waterfront district. Approved by the City in August 2014, Muir Pointe includes three parks, various trails, and several live-work units.
View the approved layout, architecture, landscaping, and civil plans.
View the project's initial study (environmental impact review)
Muir Pointe Initial Study
Muir Pointe Initial Study - Attachments A - E
Muir Pointe Initial Study - Attachments F - H
New Town Center: A district on the east side of Interstate 80 established to create a new "downtown" centered around the Hercules Transit Center and potential future BART rail extension.
Regional Intermodal Transportation Center
Positioned to become the first West Coast facility combining three modes of transit (bus/rail/ferry) in one facility.
Safeway Center: A 6-acre grocery store and fuel center approved for the intersection of Sycamore and San Pablo Avenues.
Sycamore Crossing: Owned by the Lewis Group, this 12-acre mixed-use property on the south side of Sycamore Avenue is planned (but not yet approved) to built developed with retail, hotel, and residential uses to complement and expand on the Aventine and Bayside projects.
Waste Treatment Facility: Options to expand the City's waste treatment capacity in order to accommodate anticipated growth.
Waterfront (aka Hercules Bayfront): Construction underway for 40-acre mixed-use development, one of the West Coast's largest transit-oriented projects.
Willow Avenue Commercial Center: A 7.1-acre self-storage facility and automotive center.