The current Barrett Ranch East application was submitted on December 19, 2013. Since then, the project has been revised to address some of the community's comments on previous versions of the project. The project is located north of Antelope Road, on the east and west sides of Don Julio Boulevard, and includes approximately 128 acres. Proposed uses include 497 single-family lots, up to 196 multi-family units, two commercial lots, two parks, one undeveloped open space area, and 13 landscape lots. The proposal also includes the extension of Titan Way to Don Julio Boulevard and the connection of Antelope Road and Elverta Road. Various entitlements have been requested of the County in order to achieve these uses, including a General Plan Amendment, Community Plan Amendment, Rezone, Zoning Ordinance Amendment, Large Lot Tentative Subdivision Map, Tentative Subdivision Map, Special Development Permit, Design Review, and Abandonments. Details of these entitlement requests can be found under the “Project Documents” heading below.
General Application Documents
Entitlement Request Documents
- Appendices to the EIR (below)
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Board of Supervisors Hearing (Board Meetings Webpage) NEW!
Wednesday, April 26 at 2:15 pm
700 H Street, Suite 1450
Sacramento, CA 95814
Portions of the current project site were the subject of a County-initiated rezone project, the purpose of which was to comply with State housing element law. The rezone proposals was designed based on intensive coordination with the community and the Antelope Community Planning Advisory Council, and the Antelope Town Center Special Planning Area (SPA) was ultimately adopted in 2007 (Link to SPA). The SPA included a mixed-use town center concept located at the intersection of Poker Lane and Don Julio Boulevard as well as land dedicated for multiple-family housing. A concept plan was also included, showing how the entire site could be integrated.
In 2011, the first Barrett Ranch East application was filed with the County. This proposal included rezoning the site for urban development, with 10 acres of commercial property, the capacity for up to 622 single-family units, and approximately 13 acres of multiple-family housing. County staff worked on this proposal with the applicant, but the project became inactive, and then the site was sold to a new owner in 2013. This sale led to the current application being filed in December 2013.
Since the original application in 2013 the applicant has worked with County staff as well as the community and has responded with the current proposal. Originally, the proposed extension of Poker Lane necessitated the removal of a prominent blue oak tree. In response to community concerns about the removal of this tree the applicant redesigned the Poker Lane extension so that the tree could be retained.
Sacramento County Community Development Department
Charity Gold, Project Manager, (916) 874-7529
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