Background

The City received a formal application for the proposed San Luis Ranch Specific Plan project on June 10, 2015. The project envisions a mix of residential, commercial, and office uses while preserving substantial areas of open space and agriculture on a 131.3-acre property. The project site is currently outside the City, but within its Sphere of Influence and Urban Reserve Line, and would require annexation. The site is generally bounded by Madonna Road, Dalidio Drive and U.S. Highway 101.

The Specific Plan and related actions would allow for the development of the San Luis Ranch area as identified in the City’s General Plan as Special Focus Area SP-2. The intent is for the project to be consistent with the development parameters described in LUCE update. The current proposal envisions up to 580 residential units, 200,000 square feet of commercial development, 150,000 square feet of office development, a 200-room hotel, and portions of the site to remain for agriculture and open space. Requested entitlements include a Specific Plan, General Plan Amendment/Pre-Zoning, Development Plan/Vesting Tentative Tract Map, Annexation, and certification of a Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR). Project construction is planned in six phases. The project also includes a Term Sheet/Development Agreement that would govern development of the project site.

Upcoming Council Review Hearing

Previous Hearings (links to agenda packets below):

Planning Commission

  Architectural Review Commission

  Cultural Heritage Committee

  Parks and Recreation Commission

  Bicycle Advisory Committee

Environmental Review

The San Luis Ranch Draft and Final EIR is available for review online at: 

http://www.slocity.org/government/department-directory/community-development/documents-online/environmental-review-documents.

The San Luis Ranch Specific Plan and tentative tract map can be found below:

 San Luis Ranch Vesting Tentative Tract Map 3096

 

 

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