Many of the recent development projects serviced by our firm are within the areas of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Madera and Merced Counties, as well as remote regions of Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties. Here is a sample of some of our recent projects. Click on any of the locations listed below for a brief summary of the project.
A & A Intermodal, Lathrop
A & A Intermodal (Air Quality / Lathrop)- J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained by A&A Intermodal to assist in the preparation and filing of an Indirect Source Review (ISR) Application in accordance with Rule 9510 of the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD)for a project located in Lathrop, California. The project includes the development of a 223-lot intermodal parking area featuring short- and long-term parking, as well as storage. Preparation of the ISR included selecting conditions and mitigation measures that were imposed upon the project and presenting them in an accurate manner to the SJVAPCD.
AC by Marriott Hotel, San Jose
AC by Marriott Hotel (CEQA / San Jose)– On behalf of Oliver Holdings, LLC, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained to prepare an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) in accordance with the CEQA Statutes and Guidelines for a hotel development in the City of San Jose. The project consisted of the demolition of an existing gas station and convenience store, and development of a new hotel with 132 rooms, underground parking, a restaurant, and associated on-site improvements including landscaping. J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning Staff prepared background research and a thorough environmental evaluation for review by the Client and City staff, as well as response to public comment letters after the public review period concluded. In addition, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning staff commissioned the preparation of the Project’s Health Risk Assessment, Traffic Study, Shade Study, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Air Quality Analysis, and other technical studies, of which were incorporated as part of the IS/MND. The City of San Jose City Council adopted the IS/MND in October 2018.
Beard Industrial District
Beard Industrial District (Entitlement / Modesto) – Beard Land Improvement Company retained J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning to provide assistance in securing the required entitlements from Stanislaus County as well as water and sewer “Will-Serve” commitments from the City of Modesto for lands held within the Beard Industrial District. The properties are located on south Yosemite Boulevard between McClure and Garner Roads, Modesto, California. JBAP also assisted with permitting and entitlements for Vesting Tentative Parcel Maps on 107-acres located on south Yosemite Boulevard between McClure and Garner Roads.
Campus Parkway, Merced
Campus Parkway (Project Management / Merced) – On behalf of Lyon’s Investments, JBAP provides project analysis and monitoring of the Campus Parkway Project in Merced, CA. JBAP staff provides the Client with summaries of the project’s associated funding and costs, timeline projections and updated project information provided by CalTrans and the County of Merced. Segment 3 is currently in the construction phase.
Center Point Container Yard, Manteca
CenterPoint Properties (Air Quality / Manteca) – On behalf of CenterPoint Properties, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning prepared an SJVPCD Rule 9510 application pursuant to SJVPACD requirements and City of Manteca Policy. We managed all communication between the Air District and the Applicant which included the following tasks: gathered background documentation to accurately present the proposed container yard project to the Air District, preparation of the SJVPCD Rule 9510 Application ensuring that the correct mitigation measures were presented to accurately demonstrate the project characteristics which resulted in significantly reduced Air District’s Mitigation Fee’s.
J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained to assist in the filing of an Indirect Source Review (ISR) Application on behalf of CenterPoint Properties for a project known as Project Laurie. The project included the construction of a 551,475 square foot Light Industrial Warehouse, located on a 31.86-acre parcel, located within the City of Manteca’s Northwest Airport Master Planning Area. Preparation of the ISR included selecting conditions and mitigation measures that were imposed upon the project and presenting them in an accurate manner to the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD).
Chiles Rd, Davis
Chilies Road Apartments (Land Use / Davis) – On behalf of The Grupe Company, JBAP was retained to prepare Rezone documents for a project known as the Chiles Road Apartments. The proposed 3820 Chiles Road Project would re-designate and rezone the existing commercial property to a high-density residential use and demolish the existing building (an eligible historical resource) to redevelop the site with a 225-unit apartment project. The City Council of Napa approved the project in March of 2019.
Clovis Dog Parks
Clovis Dog Park (CEQA / Clovis) – On behalf of O’Dell Engineering, JBAP Staff was contracted to prepare an Initial Study/ Negative Declaration (IS/ND) in accordance with the CEQA Guidelines for submittal to the City of Clovis. The project consisted of goals establishing best practices, design standards, and planning recommendations for the long-term expansion of a dog park system in the City of Clovis. The Proposed Project also addressed funding, partnerships, and necessary revisions to the City’s Municipal Code to allow for off-leash use of municipal parks. JBAP Staff prepared background research and a thorough environmental evaluation for review by the Client and City staff, as well as response to public comment letters after the public review period concluded. The City of Clovis adopted the IS/MND in May 2019.
Costa Azul Carmel Valley, San Diego
Costa Azul Carmel Valley (CEQA / San Diego)– On behalf of Oliver Holdings, LLC, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained to prepare a CEQA Notice of Exemption for submittal to the City of San Diego. The project consists of a Site Development Permit and Tentative Parcel Map to allow for the development of a 128-room hotel, 87,385 gross square feet of office space, and a 4,815 square foot fine dining restaurant on a 3.065 gross acre site. JBAP Staff provided an environmental evaluation review based on background documents and studies provided by the Client. The NOD was submitted to the City of San Diego in June 2019.
Crossroads West Specific Plan, Riverbank
Crossroads West Specific Plan (Land Use / Riverbank) – JBAP was retained to facilitate and process the Crossroads West Specific Plan. JBAP worked to review specific plan drafts, monitor fee credits and reimbursements for back-bone infrastructure, and prepare refinements to the specific plan. The Crossroads West Specific Plan is approximately 380 acres and envisioned as a vibrant mixed-use community consisting of residential, retail, commercial, office, hospitality, entertainment, recreation, mixed use and/or public and civic facilities, interconnected walking and biking paths, parks and open space. The Plan has approximately 59 acres dedicated to mixed use development, which could feature a mix of commercial, retail, office, hospitality, entertainment, recreation, and residential land uses. The land use plan would permit a range between 1,524 to 2,454 residential units, from low density residential to high density residential. The Plan also has a range of permitted commercial uses within the mixed-use areas. The Project was approved by City Council on March 19, 2019 and annexed into the City of Riverbank in 2019.
Diamond Bar West, Riverbank
Diamond Bar West (Land Use / Riverbank) – On behalf of the City of Riverbank, JBAP was contracted to prepare and process a General Plan Amendment, Rezone, and Tentative Map for a project known as Diamond Bar West, to subdivide approximately 11.34± acres into fifty-eight (58) single-family detached residential lots (overall residential density of 5.11 du/acre), three (3) storm drainage basins in the project, associated street, sewer, water, and storm drainage improvements.
East F Street, Oakdale
East F Street (Land Use / Oakdale) – JBAP was retained to prepare a Specific Plan Amendment and Supplemental EIR to supplement the review and determinations made in the 2006 EIR. The Applicant has proposed to modify, or amend, the Neighborhood Concept Plan to reduce the amount of acreage designated as Mixed Use, Low Density Residential, and High Density Residential, and incorporate a new land use designation known as Commercial. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment will primarily consist of incorporating approximately 16-acres of Commercial land uses at the southeast portion of the Plan Area, in addition to replacing residential uses in that area. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment also revises park locations and other uses within the Plan Area on a limited basis. JBAP staff will also evaluate the following environmental topics in the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report: Visual Resources, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Land Use and Planning, Noise, Transportation/Traffic, and Cumulative Impacts. The project is anticipated to be completed in January 2020.
Ellis in Tracy
First Street, Napa
First Street (Due Diligence / Napa) – On behalf of The Grupe Company, JBAP Staff was retained to research and verify the City Zoning and General Plan designations future land use considerations and any land use restrictions for a fifty-one (51) unit Apartment Complex located in Napa, CA. JBAP investigated all current entitlements on the property and other potential competing projects which had gained approvals by the City/County or State of California. JBAP defined special assessments including infrastructure limitations such as public water, sewer or storm drainage that may have adversely affected the reuse of the subject property. The City Council of Napa approved the Design Review Permit and the resolution was adopted in August of 2019.
Griffin Park Owners Association, Manteca
Griffin Park Owners Association (Air Quality / Project Management / Manteca) – On behalf of the Griffin Park Owners Association, JBAP successfully prepared and processed an SJVPCD Rule 9510 application pursuant to Air District Application requirements and City of Manteca Policy. Griffin Park Owners Association project consisted of the construction of 1,221 single-family residential lots on a 301.35-acre site, including landscaping, and park/storm drainage basins. JBAP gathered background documentation to accurately present the Griffin Park project to the Air District and worked with the Air District to ensure all aspects of the project are presented. JBA Planning managed all communication between the Air District and the Applicant. JBAP also worked with the ownership group to develop an agreement for the Indirect Source Review fees.
In addition, JBAP has been asked by the Developers of the Griffin Park Master Plan area to develop an infrastructure cost sharing and implementation strategy. The main goal of this work is to devise a method to fairly divide up the backbone infrastructure obligations amongst the ownership group so that each owner pays an equal share in the agreed infrastructure items. The work of JBAP includes developing and presenting options to be considered by the ownership group to accomplish the stated goal above. JBAP will abide to the ownership group’s developed lot allocation program to fairly divide the project into respective ownership areas for the purpose of future bulk lot sales or home construction depending on the goals of the individual owners. This project remains ongoing.
Housing Element 2019-2024, Mariposa County
Housing Element 2019-2024 (Public Policy / Mariposa County) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was obtained by the County of Mariposa to prepare an update to the County’s Housing Element. The scope of work was focused on a technical update to the then current Housing Element and the Goals and Policies contained therein. The ultimate goal of the Housing Element update process was to secure certification by the State Department of Community Development (HCD). Also, JBAP developed an approach to update the previously certified Housing Element and bring current the source data. In addition, JBAP Staff updated the goals, policies, objectives, and programs to reflect the current legislature. Mariposa County is very unique in that a significant portion of its housing demand is created by temporary or permanent employment opportunities created by Yosemite National Park. The Housing Element Update was closely coordinated with the National Park Service and their current Yosemite Valley Plan and the need for affordable employee housing. Approved by the HCD in August of 2019.
Kiernan Business Park East Apartments
Kiernan Business Park East Apartments (Air Quality / Modesto) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained to assist in the filing of an Indirect Source Review Application (ISR) to assess the construction and operational emission fees for the construction of a 176-unit luxury apartment complex. The ISR included an operation emission fee deferral schedule which allowed the project to pay operational fees at the time of occupancy and in phases. The project is located within the Kiernan Business Park Specific Planning Area in North Modesto.
The Linde Group, Keyes
The Linde Group – (Land Use / Keyes) On behalf of The Linde Group, JBAP Staff prepared a land use application package to Stanislaus County, the Keyes Community Service District (KCSD) and the Stanislaus Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) for the purposes of water service and a project consisting of the development of five (5) liquid CO2 storage tanks, parking area for tanker trailers and car parking, and a 2,500 square foot building. JBAP also prepared an entitlement package for the project, met with KCSD and Stanislaus LAFCo Staff to determine the process and capacity for water service for the proposed project, and obtained copies of the necessary applications for KCSD and Stanislaus LAFCo to prepare the “Will-Serve” and “Annexation Approval.” JBAP Staff also represented The Linde Group at the Stanislaus LAFCo hearings and presented Project details, as needed.
Nur Al-Huda Academy, Manteca
Nur Al-Huda Academy (CEQA / Manteca) – J.B. Anderson Land Use was retained by the City of Manteca Community Development Department for the preparation of CEQA compliance documents for a project known as the Nur Al-Huda Academy. The project consisted of a Conditional Use Permit, Site Plan Review, and Municipal Code Amendment to allow for the development of a private school located on a 3.67-acre site, in the City of Manteca. The City of Manteca General Plan land use designation for the 3.67-acre site was Low Density Residential, and the site is located within the R-1, Single-Family Residential zone district. The Municipal Code Amendment request consisted of allowing schools to be a conditionally permitted use within the R-1 zone district. JBAP Staff finalized the Initial Study, prepared the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and attended Public Hearings with the City’s Planning Commission. The Project was approved by the Manteca Planning Commission in 2018.
Oak Leaf Apartments, Oakdale
Oak Leaf Meadows Apartments (Land Use / Entitlement / Oakdale) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained by the City of Oakdale for the processing of Land Use Entitlements for a project located at 1135 East J Street, named Oak Leaf Meadows Multi-Family Project. The subject property is approximately 3.29 acres in size and is bounded by the single-family homes to the north, single-family homes to the south and east, and light industrial to the west. The Oakdale General Plan designates the subject property for Low Density Residential (LDR) land uses and is located within the Single-Family residential zoning district. The Project consisted of a General Plan Amendment to Medium Density Residential (MDR), and a rezone to Multiple Family Residential (R-3). The project was approved by the Oakdale City Council in 2019.
Palm JR, LLC, Manteca
Palm JR, LLC (Entitlement / Land Use / CEQA / Manteca) – On behalf of Palm JR., LLC, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning Staff developed an entitlement strategy, which included the preparation of City applications and the processing of Entitlements to support Medium Density Housing for the proposed multi-family property. JBAP Staff met with the Client and the Client’s team to discuss the project and define various concepts and processing techniques that addressed the desired Residential Density and Site Layout, scope of on- and off-site improvements, parking, amenities, and definition of open space areas, architectural elevations and floor plans of the proposed units. JBAP met with the City of Manteca to discuss the project, prepared the application package including an Initial Review and CEQA Review and Analysis, as well as prepared for and represented the Client at a City Planning Commission Public Hearing.
Pereira Estates, Ripon
Pereira Estates (CEQA / Ripon) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was obtained by the City of Ripon for the preparation of CEQA compliance documents and Annexation Plan for a project known as the Pereira Estates Subdivision consisting of an Annexation, Pre-Zone, Tentative Subdivision Map, and Development Agreement to allow for the development of forty-five (45) single-family residential lots, ranging in size from 5,501 – 14,007 square feet. As a part of the Applicant’s request, the property would be pre-zoned to R-1, R1-C, and R1-L which is consistent with the City of Ripon General Plan land use designation of High Low Density Residential (HLDR). JBAP prepared the Initial Study/Negative Declaration, the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, and will attend Public Hearings with the City’s Planning Commission and City Council. JBAP also prepared the Plan for Services for Pereira Estates which will be submitted with the City’s Annexation Application to the San Joaquin Local Agency Formation Commission (SJ LAFCO). Also, JBAP staff will attend the SJ LAFCO Public Hearing for the Project.
Phelan Gateway, Lathrop
Phelan Gateway (Land Use / CEQA / Project Management / Lathrop) – The City of Lathrop solicited the professional planning services of JB Anderson Planning (JBAP) to aid in the processing of the Site Plan Review application (SPR-18-40) an industrial development proposed by Phelan Development. The subject property is within the City of Lathrop and is located north of SR 120 and south of Yosemite Blvd. westerly of McKinney within the Lathrop Gateway Specific Plan (LGSP). JBAP’s role was to act as the Staff Planner, managing the project. JBAP coordinated all communication and processing effort with the Community Development Director, Assistant Community Development Director and Senior Planner. JBAP was responsible for entitlement processing and CEQA Compliance for the SPR, including preparation of Project Referral documents, Planning Commission Staff Report and Resolution(s) and response to written and verbal public comment. J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning provided management on all conditions of approval with CEQA mitigation measures and provided an administrative staff review to process all project modification to the approved project including the drafting of new CEQA documentation (Addendum) to acknowledge said modifications.
Pilot Flying J Travel Center, Lathrop
Pilot Flying J Travel Center (Land Use / Entitlement / Lathrop) – The City of Lathrop solicited the professional planning help of JB Anderson Planning (JBAP) to aid in the processing of pre-zone and annexation applications, as well as entitlement processing for Pilot/Flying J in Lathrop. The subject property is outside the City limits of Lathrop and needed to be annexed before the City could take any land use actions to authorize the construction of the proposed Commercial Truck fueling station. The application processing took place under two (2) steps; Prezone and Annexation of the subject property; and, Entitlement processing such as a Conditional Use Permit and Site Plan Review once the property had been annexed to the City of Lathrop. JBAP’s acted as the staff planner managing the project and JBAP coordinated all communication and processing effort with the Community Development Director. As a result of JBAP’s service, the City of Lathrop approved the project and construction is complete.
Presidential Estates, Los Banos
Presidential Estates (CEQA / Los Banos) – On behalf of the City of Los Banos, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning has been retained to prepare an Initial Study/Negative Declaration in accordance with CEQA Statutes and Guidelines to evaluate a proposed General Plan Amendment, Area Plan, Pre-zone, Annexation, and Vesting Tentative Map for a project known as Presidential Estates, located in the City of Los Banos. The Initial Study will include a Traffic Study, Noise Study, and the Indirect Source Review documents in compliance with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District.
Ripon Gardens Commercial
Ripon Gardens Commercial (Land Use / Entitlement / Ripon) – On behalf of JKB Living, Inc., J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning proposed a General Plan change to the City of Ripon 10-acre property from Commercial to a mix of high and medium density residential density development with some land area remaining as Commercial. JBAP provided planning expertise associated with developing an entitlement strategy, preparation of City Applications and the Processing of Entitlements to support the expansion of the Ripon Garden Apartments and Medium Density Housing. JBAP represented the Client and presented the project at Planning Commission and City Council Hearings, as well as prepared and conducted Neighbor meetings to discuss the project’s design and options. As a result of JBAP’s service, the City of Ripon approved the project and construction is about 80% complete.
Ripon Gardens I and II
Ripon Gardens I and II (Air Quality / Ripon) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was retained to assist in the filing of an indirect Source Review Application to access the construction and operational emission fees for a mixed use project within the City of Ripon. The ISR included a phasing and fee deferral schedule to delineate when operation fees would be paid to alleviate upfront costs.
River Islands Community, Lathrop
Rotten Robbie, Manteca
Rotten Robbie (CEQA / Manteca) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning has been retained by the City of Manteca for the preparation of CEQA compliance documents for a project known as the Rotten Robbie fueling station and convenience store. The Project generally consists of a service station and retail space on a 2.02-acre site located on S. Airport Way in the City of Manteca. J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning staff will lead a multi-disciplinary team of environmental consultants to prepare the project’s Traffic Study, Health Risk Assessment, Noise Analysis, etc. all of which will be incorporated into the project’s CEQA compliance documents.
Scenic Village Apartments, Modesto
Scenic Village Apartments (Land Use / Entitlement / Modesto) – On behalf of The Law Office of Thomas Hogan, JBAP Staff researched and verified the City and City Zoning and General Plan designations future land use considerations and any land use restrictions for a forty-nine (49) unit Apartment Complex located in Modesto, CA. JBAP investigated all current entitlements on the property and other potential competing projects which had gained approvals by the City/County or State of California. On behalf of Scenic Village Apartments, LLC, JBAP processed a zone change on the subject property from R-1 to Planned Development (P-D) Zone multi-family residential development on 2.25 acres. JBAP defined special assessments including infrastructure limitations such as public water, sewer or storm drainage that may have adversely affected the reuse of the subject property. Rezone adopted by the Modesto Planning Commission in August 2019 and approved by the Modesto City Council on September 30, 2019.
Sierra Pointe Annexation, Oakdale
Sierra Pointe Annexation (Land Use / Oakdale) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning has been retained to facilitate and process the annexation of the properties within the Sierra Pointe Specific Plan, adopted by the City in 2013. The Sierra Pointe Specific Plan includes approximately 297.35 acres of land, located south of State Highway 120/East F Street and will include approximately 901 dwelling units, up to 1.2 million square feet of commercial, office, and higher educational uses and fourteen (14) acres of parks and open space. The proposed annexation includes the Specific Plan area, identified in the City’s 2030 General Plan as Area 9. The project is anticipated to be completed in 2020.
South Lathrop Specific Plan
South Lathrop Specific Plan (Land Use / Lathrop) – JBAP was retained to facilitate and process the South Lathrop Specific Plan and annexation of the Specific Plan area. The Specific Plan area is located south State Route Highway 120, east of the San Juaquin River and north of the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) tracks. The South Lathrop Specific Plan includes 10 acres of commercial uses, 246 acres of limited industrial uses, 31 acres of open space and 11 acres of public facilities. The commercial and industrial uses will allow for approximately 4.3 million square feet of developable space. The South Lathrop Specific Plan was adopted by the City in 2015 and the Plan Area was annexed into the City of Lathrop in 2016.
Stan Co Family Farms, Modesto
StanCo Family Farms (Entitlement / Modesto) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning (JBAP) was retained by StanCo Family Farms for the preparation and processing of an entitlement package for one (1) parcel located at Sullivan Road, Modesto, CA 95350. The Project consists of a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) and Development Agreement (DA) to establish a cannabis cultivation business.
Stonecreek, Los Banos
Stonecreek North (Land Use / Los Banos) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning (JBAP) is contracted with Anderson Homes for the preparation and processing of the Stonecreek North Area Plan comprised of 358-acres located in Los Banos, County of Merced. We have been requested to research and prepare an updated land plan to accommodate new land use models for the land in question. We understand a proposal is being worked on with Sutter Health to potentially occupy about 33-acres of the site for a new hospital. In this regard, the desire is to develop a current land plan that builds on health care opportunities as well as housing for an age restricted market.
Sunrise Ranch, Los Banos
Sunrise Ranch (Land Use / CEQA / Los Banos) – Retained by the City of Los Banos, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning will provide services to complete a land use application which will include a Vesting Tentative Tract Map of approximately 43± acres east of Place Road between East B Street and San Luis Street. The Project area is commonly known as Sunrise Ranch. The City of Los Banos General Plan land use designation for the 43± acre site is made up of Low Density Residential, with a parallel zoning of Single Family Residential (R-1). The land use application consists of a Vesting Tentative Tract Map (VTTM), which has been informally submitted to City staff for review and comment. The VTTM proposes 197 single-family residential lots, and Lot D. The Project will also include an Initial Study with technical studies, such as a Traffic Study and AB 52 Compliance.
Tesoro II Homes, Oakdale
Tesoro II Homes (Land Use / Oakdale) – On behalf of the City of Oakdale, J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning was contracted for the processing of a Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map and Design Review Application to allow for the development of seventy-nine (79) large lot single-family residential units, a storm drainage basin, and park for a project known as Tesoro II Homes. The Subject Property is located within the adopted East F Street Corridor Specific Plan, and is immediately west of the existing Tesoro Subdivision located on N. Stearns Road. The VTSM and Design Review was approved by the Oakdale Planning Commission in 2019.
The Avenues Neighborhood, Tracy
The Avenues Neighborhood (Land Use / Tracy) – On behalf of The Surland Companies, JBAP Staff prepared an application package to the San Joaquin County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) for the purposes of water service for a project in the City of Tracy known as The Avenues. The Project consists of approximately 95 acres and contains a residential neighborhood made up of a mixture of residential building types at a density of 4 to 5 dwelling units per gross acre and a four-acre public park to provide recreational uses to the community.
Trails at Bruinville, Riverbank
Trails at Bruinville (Land Use / Entitlement / CEQA / Riverbank) – J.B. Anderson Land Use Planning (JBAP) is retained by the City of Riverbank Development Services Department for the preparation of CEQA compliance documents for a project known as the Trails at Bruinville. The City of Riverbank General Plan land use designation for the 27.9-acre site is Low Density Residential (LDR), and the site is located within multiple Planned Development (PD) Zones. Currently, the four (4) properties that compose the Project are three (3) separate Planned Development Zones. The Proposed Project combines all three of the properties into one (1) new Planned Development Zone. The Project’s land use entitlements include: A General Plan Amendment (GPA), Planned Development Rezone, Tentative Subdivision Map (TSM), and Development Agreement (DA) to allow for the development of 227 single-family residential lots. The development of site will include 227 detached two-story single-family residences on 2,660 square feet minimum size lots. The Project yields an average density of 9.3 dwelling units to the acre.
Trails at Manteca
Trails at Manteca (Land Use / Manteca) – JBAP was retained by Raymus Homes for the preparation of a Tentative Subdivision Map for a project in the City of Manteca known as the Trails of Manteca. The project consists of three (3) parcels totaling 477 acres proposed to subdivide into 1,178 single-family residences, 192 townhomes/garden apartments, and 280 apartments at full buildout.
Yolanda Ave., Santa Rosa
Yolanda Avenue Apartments (Due Diligence / Santa Rosa) – On behalf of The Grupe Company, JBAP Staff was retained to research and verify the City and City Zoning and General Plan designations future land use considerations and any land use restrictions for a 252 unit Apartment Complex located in Santa Rosa, CA. JBAP investigated all current entitlements on the property and other potential competing projects which had gained approvals by the City/County or State of California. JBAP defined special assessments including infrastructure limitations such as public water, sewer or storm drainage that may have adversely affected the reuse of the subject property. The Zoning Administrator of Santa Rosa is considering a Mitigation Negative Declaration and Design Review.