Major Development Projects

Find information about major development projects as they go through permitting process, which may take place over a period of years. This page is updated as new information becomes available.

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Canyon Creek Apartments

A proposed 89-unit multi-family complex on Todd Court, adjacent to Larson Park.

Current Status:  In process; hearing not yet scheduled.

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Creek Side Mixed Occupancy Residential Annexation Project

Find information about the Creek Side Mixed Occupancy Residential Annexation Project.

Isackson's Affordable Housing Project

Danco Communities proposes 43 income-restricted rental housing units with one manager's unit. The project requires subdivision of existing underutilized commercial property on 7th Street, between I and J Streets, into two lots.  The first has existing development.  The second will be developed with a 4-story building with a mix of unit sizes, from 1-bedroom to 3-bedroom apartments, for a minimum of 81 low-income qualified residents.

37 units will be adaptable, five will be accessible, and 2 units will be for sensory impaired residents.  The project includes a community center, computer lounge, skate park, tot lot, and outdoor garden space, along with retail space on the ground floor near 7th and I Streets.  Other development improvements include sidewalk and driveway improvements, off-street parking with 2 accessible spaces, 2 EV charging stations, bike racks, benches, landscaping, outdoor lighting, open space and a public plaza at 7th and J Streets, and other stormwater, utility undergrounding, and trash/recycling enclosures.

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Lower Twin Parks

Find information about Lower Twin Parks.

Open Door Community Health Center

Find information about Open Door Community Health Center.

The Village Housing Project

Find information about The Village Housing Project.

Important City-Wide Documents

Traffic Study

The Traffic Study document is an important part of California Environmental Quality Act reviews.

Wastewater Treatment Facility Memo

This analysis in the Wastewater Treatment Facility Memo memo demonstrates that developments currently in process are within the capacity of the current wastewater treatment plant; however, the plant will require upgrades in the reasonably near future.