April 14, 2024
San Ramon Planning Fee to debate new Westside Drive housing idea | Information
San Ramon Planning Fee to debate new Westside Drive housing idea | Information

The proposed web site plan for a 25-unit housing mission on the desk for an idea evaluation on the subsequent San Ramon Planning Fee assembly. (Picture courtesy Metropolis of San Ramon)

The San Ramon Planning Fee is ready Tuesday to evaluation conceptual levels of a possible residential growth on a property on Westside Drive bought by the Northern California Laborers union a long time in the past.

Metropolis workers are asking commissioners to supply them and the applicant with suggestions and preliminary ideas on the event plan idea evaluation utility for the proposed 25-unit housing mission, which might include 21 single-family properties and 4 below-market-rate accent dwelling models (ADUs) in two-story buildings on 20 acres.

“The positioning is surrounded by rolling grassy hills and single-family residences to the north, an current Laborer’s Union coaching facility and Centennial Park to the south, single-family residences to the east and open house to the west,” metropolis assistant planner Analisa Garcia wrote in a workers report ready for the upcoming assembly.

The parcel in query is a part of a subdivision of the 352 acres on Westside Drive bought by the laborers’ union within the Seventies, and has been used for cattle grazing. The opposite parts of the subdivision that was authorised in 2020 embody a 69-acre parcel designated for open house and future park use and so much internet hosting a coaching facility for the union to the south.

The parcel is situated on a hillside, making parts of it undevelopable in keeping with metropolis requirements and zoning necessities. Nevertheless, metropolis workers notice that the housing mission would solely be constructed on a portion of the 20 acres recognized as certainly one of two housing alternative websites within the present Common Plan, and falling below a hillside residential designation.