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NCRSP Parcel 49
Project Name: NCRSP PCL 49 Bayside Church/Top Golf
Project Address: 9000 Washington Bl; southeast corner of Washington Boulevard & Blue Oaks Boulevard
Project #: PL14-0252
Applicant/Property Owner: Bayside Church, John Stewart; (916) 791-1244 or email@example.com
Project Planner: Gina McColl, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 774-5452 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The applicant requests approval of a Major Project Permit (MPP) Stage 1 to develop the approximately 59 acre site with a 387,632 square foot mixed use development. The development will feature a 64,232 square foot indoor and outdoor recreational golf facility (Top Golf), 130,000 square feet of community assembly use (Bayside Church), 116,500 square feet of office space, a 125 room hotel, 11,200 square feet of restaurant space, and 37,800 square feet of retail space. The project will include frontage improvements along Washington Boulevard and re-alignment of the bike trail along the southern property line, as well as on-site parking, landscaping, plaza spaces, lighting, and pedestrian paths. The application includes a MPP Stage 2 for the architecture and landscaping of the Top Golf parcel. A Conditional Use Permit is required to allow the outdoor recreation component of Top Golf. The applicant also requests approval of a Tentative Subdivision Map to divide the 59 acre site into nine parcels and the dedication of approximately 0.64 acres for a public roadway at the intersection of Washington Boulevard.
An Initial Study will be prepared to evaluate the potential environmental impacts from the project.
Public Hearings and Community Input:
The project will require a public hearing with the Planning Commission. The project is currently under review by the City and outside agencies. A hearing date has not been scheduled.
The community is invited to comment on the project at any time. Comments should be submitted to the project planner. The project plans are available for review on this website or in person at the City’s Permit Center.
A neighborhood meeting with the adjacent Highland Reserve Neighborhood Association will be scheduled prior to a Planning Commission hearing for the purpose of gaining feedback from the adjacent residents on the project.
This web page will be updated periodically as new information becomes available. If you would like to be placed on the mailing list to receive notices about future meetings, please email Gina McColl at email@example.com.
Preliminary Site Plan