The project applicant team is in communication with the Woodland Tree Foundation regarding future plans for tree planting and in particular how the plan area can support the repopulation of Native Valley Oak trees in strategic and appropriate locations within the 11-acre linear park, greenbelt trail system and as site plan “focal features” in the Tech Park campus itself. Consistent with the Urban Forestry Master Plan, Climate Action Plan and Municipal Code standards, a substantial number of new trees will be planted throughout the Plan Area concurrent with plan area development and right of way improvements. The planting and tree palette will take into account "right tree in the right place" considerations, including evaluation of hardscape and utilities, soil and water conditions, planter size and intended use and mature canopy spread. Woodland Municipal Code Section 17.112, Landscaping, outlines the technical requirements of public and private landscaping within the Plan area, including spacing of street trees (e.g. every 35-feet along a public right of way) and coverage (e.g. 75 percent vegetative matter coverage in all landscaped areas). Additional plan area specific guidelines are provided in Chapter 3, including priority for native plant species, inclusion of Native Valley Oak trees where appropriate, and 50 percent shade/coverage requirement for all parking lots within 15 years of tree planting.