The National City Pilot is located in the Westside neighborhood, a primarily low-income, minority, urban neighborhood, wholly contained within the incorporated limits of National City, California. National City has a population of approximately 61,000 and is located five miles south of San Diego. Over the past 50 years, the Westside neighborhood has evolved from a primarily residential neighborhood to include a significant number of industrial uses, mainly auto body-related, in and around homes and an elementary school. Over the past few years, the Westside neighborhood has started to address the numerous heavy industrial uses, mostly auto-related, that exist throughout the neighborhood. With approximately 389 polluters per square mile, this technical assistance project is focused on providing recommendations for redeveloping and revitalizing the Westside TOD Project site and Westside neighborhood to build upon the City and community's redevelopment efforts already in progress, such as auto-related business design guidelines and revised zoning. This Pilot also includes technical assistance on: 1) sustainable remediation; 2) redevelopment options for the City-owned open space site; and 3) habitat restoration for Paradise Creek.