Responding to a growing patient base, Stanford Health Care announces it will locate some ambulatory care clinics to Redwood City.
Stanford University purchases a 48-acre campus, including eight buildings, in the Mid-Point Technology Park, near the site of the new Stanford Health Care Outpatient Center.
Community meeting held in Spanish and English at Hoover School in Redwood City.
Joint study session of the Redwood City Planning Commission/ Architectural Review Committee.
The City Council of Redwood City County considers proposed guiding principles that will give direction to the negotiation process and shape of the development agreement between the city and Stanford.
City of Redwood City releases the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Stanford in Redwood City Precise Plan.
Planning Commission holds public meeting to discuss the Draft Environmental Impact Report and the Precise Plan.
2014 - 2015
Stanford designs phase one of the campus, including office buildings, a fitness center, dining pavilion and child care center, as well as landscaping, including courtyards, a wide greenway through the center of the campus and a 2.4-acre park with pedestrian connections to the City's adjacent Spinas Park.
2017 - 2018
Stanford makes application to develop Stanford Redwood City, and Redwood City initiates General Plan and Zoning Map amendments and a Precise Plan for the new campus.
Public hearing to consider initiating a General Plan and Zoning Map Amendments and a Precise Plan for the proposed campus.
The Redwood City Planning Commission discusses the preparation of an Environmental Impact Report for the site.
Community meeting in Friendly Acres Neighborhood at the Police Activities League building in Redwood City.
Community meeting held at Summit Charter School.
Joint study session of the City Council and Planning Commission to consider the project update and overview of the draft Precise Plan for the campus, and to direct the city manager to begin a negotiation process with Stanford for a development agreement.
Redwood City releases the Final Environmental Impact Report for the Stanford Redwood City Precise Plan.
The City Council of Redwood City approves Final Precise Plan, Final Environmental Impact Report and associated Development Agreement for Stanford's project.
Redwood City holds Study Sessions with Planning Commission and Architectural Advisory Committee.
Stanford receives final design approval from Redwood City Planning Commission and City Council.
Early demolition and site preparation begins.
Stanford celebrates the grand opening of the new campus with Redwood City.