The Planning Division frequently receives questions on the projects listed below. Please check back for updates to this section. Additional information on these projects is provided here. Please note that this list is not representative of all current projects.  

     

Belvedere Townhomes

DTSP PCL DT-4 - Belvedere Townhomes (File #PL20-0050)

Project Address: 510 Lincoln Street

Project Owner/Applicant: Derrek Lee, Old Roseville, LLC

Project Planner: Charity Gold, cgold@roseville.ca.us (916) 774-5247

Project Description: The applicant requests a Minor Design Review Permit, Tentative Subdivision Map, and Tree Permit to allow construction of 18 single-family homes on eighteen residential lots and one common lot.  Two native oak trees are proposed for removal. 

Project Related Documents:
Plan Set

Campus Oaks Apartments

Campus Oaks Apartments

Project Title/File:
NIPA PCL CO-23 Campus Oaks Apartments Phase 1; PL16-0331

Project Address: 500 Roseville Parkway (formerly 4101 HP Way)

Owner/Applicant: Scott Canel, Campus Oaks Apartments 1 LP

Project Description: Phase 1 of the Campus Oaks Apartments includes a 186-unit High Density Residential (HDR) project with associated clubhouse and pool, on-site parking, and site improvements on Parcel CO-23.  The parcel is located within the HP Campus Oaks Master Plan, along Roseville Parkway, south of Crimson Ridge Drive. 

The Planning Commission approved Phase 1 of the Campus Oaks Apartments project on February 9, 2017. View a copy of the public hearing notice and the staff report with project plans online here.

For more information on the CO Apartments project, please contact the Planning Division at (916) 774-5276 or planningdivision@roseville.ca.us.

For information on the HP Campus Oaks Master Plan click here

Campus Oaks Apartments - Colored Elevations

Campus Oaks Apartments - Civil Plans

Diamond Creek Residential

Project Title and File Number: NRSP PCL DC-30 & DC-33 Diamond Creek Residential, PL18-0106

Project Address: 1550 Parkside Way

Project Owner/Applicant: BBC Diamond Creek LLC, Stephen Des Jardins

Project Planner: Lauren Hocker, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 774-5272, lhocker@roseville.ca.us

Project Description
The proposed project includes a General Plan Amendment, North Roseville Specific Plan (NRSP) Amendment, and Rezone of 4.4 acres from Community Commercial to High Density Residential (13 units/acre).  This land use change also requires amending the text of the NRSP, to remove mention of Parcel DC-33 from sections dealing with commercial development, and make other text and table changes related to the change in residential and commercial acreage.  A Modification of a Major Project Permit Stage 1 and 2 is requested to change the approved commercial site plan, reduce the approved commercial buildings from 124,188 square feet to 62,000 square feet, and review the design for a proposed 57-unit single-family subdivision.  The applicant also proposes a tentative subdivision map to create one parcel to maintain the existing commercial and office uses and to create the 57 single-family lots.  Finally, a Tree Permit is required to authorize the removal of up to 12 native oak trees.  In summary, the applicant is requesting the following entitlements (an “entitlement” is the type of development approval an applicant requests): General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan Amendment, Rezone, Modification of a Major Project Permit, Subdivision Map, and Tree Permit.  The project materials are included at the bottom of this webpage, including the site plan and supporting technical studies.

Notification
The complete public noticing requirements can be found in the Roseville Municipal Code (RMC) Section 19.78.  To comply with these requirements, 10 days prior to the public hearing, the City mails public hearing notices (in the form of oversized postcards) to all property owners within 300 feet of the project site and publishes a public hearing notice in the Roseville Press Tribune.  The notices for this project were mailed on August 30th and published in the Tribune on August 31st.  The link below contains the project’s 300-foot radius map for the mailing, so you can easily see which homes are included in the noticing, and also included below is the proof of publication for the Press Tribune.  While not required by the RMC, the City sends a public hearing notice to the Roseville Coalition of Neighborhood Associations to be posted on their webpage.

Though not part of a written procedure, the Planning Division generally asks the applicant to take their project to the local Neighborhood Association meeting prior to scheduling the project for hearing or publishing the hearing notice.  If we get significant negative feedback, we delay the hearing so that we can attempt to resolve any concerns first.  This project was taken to a Blue Oaks Neighborhood Association (BONA) meeting on August 28th, which was held in La Provence and livestreamed by BONA using Facebook Live.  Notification was completed by BONA and by the Fiddyment Farm neighborhood association, and was done via e-mailing to the BONA list-serve, posting multiple times on Next Door for the Blue Oaks and Fiddyment neighborhoods, and posting on the BONA site.  A mix-up with the notices caused some to indicate a start time of 6 pm and others of 6:30 pm.  Because of this situation, two meetings were held, one at 6 pm, and a second starting over at 6:30 pm.


Planning Commission Hearing
The project was heard by the City of Roseville Planning Commission on September 13, 2018.  Leading up to the hearing, the City received written comments from 27 neighbors in opposition to the project.  Many people attended the Planning Commission meeting, and fourteen representatives from the adjacent neighborhood spoke in opposition.  The staff report is included at the bottom of this webpage, along with all written comments submitted prior to the hearing.  After hearing testimony, the Planning Commission voted to approve the Modification of a Major Project Permit, the Subdivision Map, and Tree Permit, and voted to recommend that City Council approve the General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan Amendment, and Rezone, with a vote of 5-1-1 (five approved, one opposed, one abstention).  Planning Commission approved a portion of the entitlements but made a recommendation on the other portion because there are regulations regarding which hearing body can approve which entitlements.  The City Zoning Ordinance Section 19.74.010 specifies that the Planning Commission is the approving authority for Major Project Permits, Subdivision Maps, and Tree Permits, but the approving authority for land use entitlements (General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan Amendment, or Rezone) is City Council.

On September 23, 2018, an appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision was filed, with 102 signatories.  The appeal materials are included at the bottom of this webpage.

Process – Next Steps

When a Planning Commission decision is appealed, the project appeal is then brought to a City Council hearing.  In this case, City Council was already set to hear the land use entitlements, so rather than holding a separate hearing on the appeal, the appeal will be added to the hearing on the land use entitlements.  At this hearing, City Council will take action on the appeal first, and then on the land use entitlements.  All written comments received prior to the City Council hearing will be forwarded to City Council for their consideration.  Comments may be submitted to the Project Planner, Lauren Hocker, at lhocker@roseville.ca.us or hand-delivered or by mail to 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678.  The City plans to bring the appeal and the land use entitlements to City Council on November 7, 2018.  Notice of this hearing will be mailed or delivered 10 days prior to the hearing to all property owners within 300 feet of the project and to all persons who have requested notice.  All those who have sent written comments or who signed the appeal have been added to the notification list.

Project Documents

Link to Planning Commission staff report and attachments/exhibits

Mailing Radius Map

Proof of Publication

Appeal and attachments 

DTSP DT-4 Roseville Junction Crossing (aka. Junction Station)

DTSP DT-4 Roseville Junction Crossing (aka. Junction Station)

Project Description:
The project includes approval of a Minor Design Review Permit to allow a four-story, approximately 80,460 square foot, 80-unit affordable multi-family residential building, with associated parking for St. Anton’s Communities and a Tentative Subdivision Map to allow the merging and resubdivision of 11 parcels, totaling approximately 1.38 acres, into two parcels (Parcel 1 = 0.07 acres, Parcel 2 = 1.31 acres), with right-of–way abandonments and dedications, consistent with Government Code Section 66499.20.2.

The Junction Crossing project was approved by the Planning Commission on April 26, 2018 and by the City Council on June 6, 2018.

Project Related Documents:
The staff reports and minutes from the Planning Commission and City Council hearings are available on the Agendas and Minutes webpage.

Project Plans

Economic Impact Analysis

Parking Study

CEQA Memo

For more information on the Junction Crossing project, please contact our Planning Division at (916) 774-5276 or planningdivision@roseville.ca.us.

HP Campus Oaks Master Plan

The Hewlett Packard (HP) Campus Oaks Master Plan established development regulations for approximately 500 acres at the southwest corner of Blue Oaks and Foothills Boulevards within the City's North Industrial Planning Area.  At build-out, the plan anticipates approximately 1.73 million square feet of employment and commercial uses and 948 residential dwelling units, along with parks and open space areas.  The HP Campus Oaks Master Plan was approved by City Council on August 5, 2015 and later amended on August 17, 2016.  The land use plan is shown in the figure below.  The HP Campus Oaks Master Plan is available here

The Campus Oaks Design Guidelines act as a companion document to the HP Campus Oaks Master Plan and supplement the City’s Community Design Guidelines. The Campus Oaks Design Guidelines are intended to address unique features within the plan area such as the paseos and landscaping and provide additional design direction for the Medium Density and Small Lot Residential land uses.  The Planning Commission approved the HP Campus Oaks Master Plan Design Guidelines on March 9, 2017.

For more information on the HP Campus Oaks Master Plan, please contact the Planning Division at (916) 774-5276 or planningdivision@roseville.ca.us.

land use map
(FIGURE 1 Land Use)

Huntington Senior Apartments

Project Title and File Number: INFILL PCL 93 & 196 Huntington Senior Apartments, PL17-0247

Project Address:
1650 Huntington Drive

Project Owner:
Sayed Asghar and Talat Hussain

Project Applicant: Craig Miers Craig Miers + George Scott Architects, LLP

Project Planner: Lauren Hocker, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 774-5272, lhocker@roseville.ca.us

The proposed project includes construction of a 76-unit senior apartment complex with a clubhouse, as well as new parking, landscaping, and site lighting.  A six-foot masonry soundwall is proposed on the rear (southern) side of the property, to screen the adjacent residences.  The parking lot will be located along Huntington Drive.  The buildings on the southern side of the site are proposed to be single-story, while the buildings nearest Strauch Drive will be two and three stories tall.  The proposed site plans and building architecture are included below.

The project is scheduled to be heard by the Planning Commission on March 14th, 2019 at 7pm, or as soon thereafter as the item may be heard.  Questions regarding the project may be directed to the Project Planner, Lauren Hocker, at lhocker@roseville.ca.us.

Project Related Documents:


Site Plan

One Story Elevations


Two Story Elevations

Three Story Elevations

Clubhouse Elevations

Grading Plan

Landscape Plan

Mitigated Negative Declaration

Johnson Ranch Storage

SERSP PCL 81 Johnson Ranch Storage (File# PL18-0355)

Due to COVID-19 and social distancing considerations, no Planning Commission hearing will be held for this project until the City resumes in-person attendance of public meetings held in the City Council chambers. (updated April 7, 2020)

Project Address: 1851 E Roseville Pw

Project Applicant: Tim Alatorre, Domum, (888) 352-2721, tim@dja-arc.com

Project Contact: Ron Smith, Praxis Properties, (916) 257-0802, ronsmithllc@gmail.com

Project Planner: Shelby Vockel, Associate Planner, (916) 746-1347, svockel@roseville.ca.us

Project Description: The subject parcel (totaling approximately 13.54 acres) is located within the Southeast Roseville Specific Plan (SERSP) and has a land use designation of Community Commercial (CC). The zoning designation is PD240, which states that “Planned Development for a wholesale/retail nursery” is the permitted use on the subject property. The applicant requests a rezone of the subject property, amending PD240 to allow a personal storage facility with RV and boat storage with the approval of a Conditional Use Permit. Additionally, the project requests a Conditional Use Permit to allow a personal storage facility with RV and boat storage in the PD240 zone. A Design Review Permit is also requested to allow the construction of three modular buildings (50,437 square feet) and open parking areas for RV and boat storage (131,254 square feet), with associated improvements such as lighting and landscaping. A Tree Permit is requested to remove oak trees, as well as a Lot Line Adjustment to adjust the property boundary with adjacent property owners.

Project Related Documents:

Current Plan Set (October 2019)
Modular Storage Units
Mitigated Negative Declaration

Kaiser Riverside and Cirby Medical Office Building

Kaiser Riverside and Cirby Medical Office Building (File#: PL16-0146)

Project Address: 1001 Riverside Avenue

Project Applicant/Owner: Kaiser Permanente Health Plan, 1600 Eureka Road, Roseville 95661

Project Planner: Lauren Hocker, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 774-5272 or lhocker@roseville.ca.us

The proposed project includes a one-story pavilion building, five-story medical office building, and a parking deck that will replace the existing one and two-story Kaiser Permanente medical office building complex. The project site is currently developed with six buildings totaling 90,290 square feet that comprise the Kaiser Permanente medical office complex, along with 613 surface parking spaces and landscaping. The applicant proposes to develop an approximately 194,000 square-foot, five-story medical office building along with a one-story, 16,000 square-foot pavilion building and related site improvements, including a parking deck, site/building lighting, and landscaping. Off-site improvements associated with the project include the addition of a traffic signal at the Cirby Way and Cirby Hills Drive intersection, to improve access and traffic in and out of the project site. A section of Cirby Way would also be lowered to improve driver sight visibility at the new traffic light.

The single-story pavilion building would house the pharmacy, laboratory and conference space. The ground floor of the five-story medical office building would include retail and public functions such as a café, health education, and optical center, as well as Physical Therapy/Rehab and comprehensive diagnostic imaging. The clinic floors in the medical office building would be devoted to medical offices and are projected to include eight adult primary care clinics, specialty clinics for OB/GYN, Dermatology and Allergy, injection clinic, and comprehensive eye services including Ophthalmology, and Optometry. This new medical office building would double the capacity of the existing clinic to facilitate better member access.

The existing medical office buildings would remain operational during project construction. This requires the project be phased to maintain public safety and to allow for sufficient patient and visitor access during construction. Once the new buildings are completed, the existing medical office buildings would be demolished to make way for the project's surface parking lot.

To process the proposal, the applicant has requested the following entitlements from the City: a Major Project Permit - Stage 1, a Major Project Permit - Stage 2, a Tree Permit to remove one oak tree, and a General Plan Amendment (minor text-only) to reflect the new intersection of Cirby Way and Cirby Hills Drive. A Notice of Preparation was published on June 7, 2016, the Draft EIR was published in March 2017, and the Final EIR was published on June 9, 2017 (all documents available below). The project was approved by City Council on June 21, 2017. 

 Draft EIR - March 2017
View 00 - Cover & Table of Contents
View 01 - Introduction
View 02 - Project Description
View 03 - Executive Summary
View 04.00 - Environmental Analysis
View 04.01 - Air Quality & GHG
View 04.02 - Public Utilities
View 04.03 - Transportation
View 04.04 - Visual and Aesthetic Resources
View 05 - CEQA
View 06 - Alternatives
View 07 - List of Preparers
View Appendix A
View Appendix B
View Appendix C
View Appendix D
View Appendix E
Final EIR - June 2017
View Kaiser Riverside - Cirby Medical Office Building Project Final EIR
 Kaiser Riverside and Cirby Medical Office Building
View Construction Phasing Plan
View Elevations
View Existing Site
View Floor Plans
View Grading and Utilities
View Landscape Plans
View Notice of Preparation
View Photometric Plan
View Photosim
View Proposed Site Plan
View Renderings
View Tree Exhibit and Report



Mourier M-31 Apartments

NRSP PCL M-31- Mourier M31 Apartments (File #PL19-0317)

Project Address: 9000 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard

Project Owner: Steve Schnable, Mourier Land Investment Corp

Project Applicant: David Cobbs, Baker Williams Engineering Group

Project Planner:
Kinarik Shallow, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 746-1309 or kshallow@roseville.ca.us

Project Description: The proposed project is an 80-unit apartment complex on a 4.16-acre parcel with associated parking, lighting, and landscaping.  The project includes a Design Review Permit to review the project site and proposed buildings, a Conditional Use Permit to allow a multi-family residential use in the Community Commercial zone district, and a Tree Permit to encroach into the protected zone of a native oak tree.

On May 28, 2020, the Planning Commission voted to approve the Conditional Use Permit, Design Review Permit, and Tree Permit with a vote of 7 aye, 0 nay, 0 absent.   The staff report and attachments are available here: https://roseville.novusagenda.com/AgendaPublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=7809&MeetingID=1248

Project Related Documents (as of April 2020):
Site Plan
Elevations
Grading and Drainage Plan
Landscape Plan
Mitigated Negative Declaration

Parcel 49 - Living Spaces

NCRSP PCL 49 - MPP Stage 1 Mod and Stage 2 (File #PL18-0388)

Project Address: 1720 Freedom Way

Project Owner: John Stewart, BSO, LLC

Project Applicant: Kris Steward, Phillips Land Law, Inc.

Project Planner:
Lauren Hocker, Senior Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 774-5272 or lhocker@roseville.ca.us

The project includes text-only Specific Plan and Ordinance amendments to remove the limitation on the square footage (SF) of permitted retail and restaurant uses, and allow general medical services as a permitted use.  The project also includes a Major Project Permit Stage 1 Modification to divide Parcel 7 into two parcels and Parcel 9 into three parcels; eliminate 16,000 SF of office and add 6,000 SF of restaurant on Parcel 6; eliminate 68,000 SF of office and add 22,000 SF of restaurant on Parcel 7; add 40,000 SF of retail on Parcel 9; on Parcel 10, eliminate 25,000 SF of office and 130,000 SF of Community Assembly (church), add 108,500 SF of retail and 1,500 SF of restaurant; and add 24,000 SF of medical office on Parcel 11.  The project also includes a Major Project Permit Stage 2 for approval of a 108,500 SF furniture store with a 1,500 SF restaurant.

To summarize, the project would change the mix of uses on the site.  The approved site uses include over 100,000 square feet of office uses and 130,000 square feet of community assembly for Bayside Church.  The applicant proposes to remove all 130,000 square feet of community assembly use and reduce the office use by 85,000 square feet, and increase retail uses by 150,000 square feet.  These changes would reduce the total square footage approved on the site by approximately 44,000 square feet.

The project was heard by the Planning Commission on May 23, 2019.  The Planning Commission voted to approve the Major Project Permit Stage 1 Modification and the Major Project Permit Stage 2, and recommended City Council approve the text-only Specific Plan Amendment and the text-only Ordinance Amendment.  The City Council subsequently approved the amendments at the June 19, 2019 hearing. 

Project Related Documents:
Site Plan
Landscape Plan
Phasing Plan
Living Spaces Site Plan
Living Spaces Elevations
Addendum

Plaza at Blue Oaks

WRSP PCL F-31 - The Plaza at Blue Oaks (File #PL17-0368)

Project Address: 1950 Blue Oaks Boulevard

Project Owner: Joe Zawidski, West Roseville Development Company, Inc.

Project Applicant:
Joe Zawidski, F-31 Commercial LLC

Project Planner:
Kinarik Shallow, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 746-1309 or kshallow@roseville.ca.us

Project Description: The proposed project is a retail shopping center consisting of an approximate 35,000 square-foot anchor grocery store, a 12-pump gas station with an approximate 3,500 square-foot convenience store and car wash, and seven additional buildings ranging in size from approximately 3,750 square feet to 9,750 square feet.  The project includes a Design Review Permit to review the site design and proposed buildings, a Tree Permit to remove native oak trees on the westerly portion of the site, and a Tentative Subdivision Map to subdivide the parcel into eight (8) lots. 

On May 14, 2020, the Planning Commission voted to approve the Design Review Permit, Tentative Subdivision Map, and Tree Permit, with a vote of 6 aye, 0 nay, 1 absent.  The staff report and attachments are available here:  https://roseville.novusagenda.com/AgendaPublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=7745&MeetingID=1212.

On May 26, 2020, the City received an appeal of the Planning Commission's decision.  The appeal is scheduled to be heard by the City Council on July 1, 2020.  The public hearing notice was posted on the RCONA website, published in the Press Tribune, and mailed to all property owners within 300 feet of the site, and to all people who request notice.  The Council Communication and attachments are available here: https://roseville.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=7844&MeetingID=1132

At the request of the applicant, the City Council passed a motion at the July 1, 2020 meeting to continue the item to the August 5, 2020 City Council meeting.  Since the project has been continued to a date certain, a public hearing notice will not be published.  The Council will consider the appeal on August 5, 2020. 
The Council Communication and attachments will be made available here: https://www.roseville.ca.us/cms/One.aspx?portalId=7964922&pageId=8712755

Project Related Documents (as of February 2020):
Site Plan
Elevations
Landscape Plan
Grading and Utility Plan
Mitigated Negative Declaration (posted 4/17/2020)

Roseville Old Town Lofts

INFILL PCL 246 - Roseville Old Town Lofts (File #PL18-0178)

Project Address: 241 Nevada Avenue

Project Owner: Robert Pegos

Project Applicant: Phil Harvey, Kuchman Architects, (916) 447-3436 or phil@kuchman.com

Project Planner:
Kinarik Shallow, Associate Planner, City of Roseville, (916) 746-1309 or kshallow@roseville.ca.us

Project Description: The proposed project includes a request for a General Plan Amendment to change the land use designation of the property from Business Professional (BP) to High Density Residential (HDR).  The project also includes a Tentative Subdivision Map to subdivide the existing 0.89-acre parcel into 23 lots and a Design Review Permit to construct 23 single-family residences with associated parking and landscaping and to modify the Attached Housing (R3) development standards.  Finally, a Tree Permit is requested to allow the removal of native oak trees.  The existing home on the property will be demolished.  The project will require one (1) public hearing before the Planning Commission and two (2) public hearings before the City Council. 

On January 7, 2019, the applicant held a neighborhood meeting at the Civic Center to share the project with interested residents.  Notice of the meeting was provided to all residences within 300 feet of the site, and to the Folsom Road Neighborhood Association.  Of those in attendance, a total of 9 individuals and households added contact information to the sign-in sheet for the project. 

On June 13, 2019, the Planning Commission voted to approve the Design Review Permit, Tentative Subdivision Map, and Tree Permit, and voted to recommend the City Council approve the General Plan Amendment, with a vote of 5 aye, 1 nay, 1 absent.  The staff report and attachments are available here:  https://roseville.novusagenda.com/AgendaPublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=6390&MeetingID=960.

On June 24, 2019, the City received an appeal of the Planning Commission's decision.  The appeal and approval of the General Plan Amendment was heard by the City Council on August 7, 2019.  The City Council voted to deny the appeal and voted to approve the General Plan Amendment, Design Review Permit, Tentative Subdivision Map, and Tree Permit.  The Council Communication and attachments are available here: https://roseville.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=6559&MeetingID=840
 
Project Related Documents (as of April 2019):
Site Plan
Floor Plans
Elevations
Landscape Plan
Tentative Subdivision Map
Mitigated Negative Declaration

WRSP Fiddyment Plaza

WRSP PCL F-81 Fiddyment Plaza (File# PL19-0013)

The project is scheduled to be heard at the September 26, 2019 Planning Commission hearing. The hearing will begin at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, located at 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA.

Project Address:
4701 Fiddyment Road
 
Project Applicant: David Heumann, K12 Architects, (916) 455-6500 or David@K12Architects.com

Property Owner: Ricky Dhillon, Dhillon & Son Enterprises, Inc. (916) 768-6065 or ricky_dhillon@ymail.com

Project Description: The subject parcel (totaling approximately 1.2 acres) is located within the West Roseville Specific Plan (WRSP) and has a land use and zoning designation of Community Commercial (CC). The applicant requests approval of a Design Review Permit (DRP) to develop the site with a mixed-use commercial development, including a gas station and fueling canopy (with five dispensers/ten pumps); an 8,802 square-foot commercial building that includes 3,977 square feet of retail space, 1,938 square feet of restaurant space, and 2,887 square feet for a convenience store; and associated site improvements including parking, lighting and landscaping.

Environmental Determination: An Addendum to the West Roseville Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report (SCH # 200282057, Adopted February 2, 2004) and the Fiddyment Ranch Specific Plan Amendment 3 Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (SCH # 2010082075, Adopted April 16, 2014) for the Fiddyment Plaza Project (File # PL19-0013) has been prepared.

Addendum for the Fiddyment Plaza Project
Addendum Attachment 1 - Table of Applicable Mitigation Measures
Addendum Appendix A - Air Quality Permits, Regulations, and Technical Memoranda

Project Related Documents:
Site Plan, April 2019
Floor Plans, April 2019
Building Elevations, April 2019
Gas Canopy Elevations, April 2019
Stormwater and Utility Plans, April 2019 
Preliminary Landscape and Irrigation Plans, April 2019 


Previous Approvals and CEQA Lawsuit:

An application for a Design Review Permit (DRP) was submitted to the City of Roseville Planning Division on September 28, 2016 to allow the construction of a 10,306 square-foot mixed-use building, consisting of 7,606 square feet of retail, 2,700 square feet of restaurant space, and a 3,310 square-foot gas station canopy with five fuel bays/ ten gas pumps for the project known as Fiddyment Plaza.  Access to the project site was proposed from Fiddyment Road and Angus Road, and the site plan included a parking lot with 53 parking spaces.  The Design Review process concluded with City Council approval of the project on October 4, 2017.

On January 16, 2019, following the conclusion of a lawsuit contesting various aspects of the project (Michele Threlkel, et. al. vs. City of Roseville, et. al.), the City Council vacated the previous approvals for the Fiddyment Plaza Project.  The Council Communication, which includes a summary of the lawsuit, can be found at this link:

https://roseville.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/CoverSheet.aspx?ItemID=5613&MeetingID=845

A new application for the Fiddyment Plaza project, under new File # PL19-0013, was accepted by the City of Roseville Planning Division on January 15, 2019.

Questions regarding the Fiddyment Plaza project may be directed to Shelby Vockel (svockel@roseville.ca.us) in the Planning Division at (916) 746-1347.

WRSP Village Center Projects

Village Center Rezone Project (File# PL17-0058)

The Village Center Rezone Project was approved by the City Council on September 6, 2017.


On February 24, 2017, VC Roseville LLC submitted an application for a project located on WRSP Parcels W-32, W-33, and W-54. The application includes requests for approval of a Tentative Parcel Map, Rezone, General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan Amendment, Development Agreement Amendment and two Tentative Subdivision Maps. The requested entitlements are described in more detail below.

  • A Tentative Parcel Map – To merge and re-subdivide the three existing parcels into five parcels.
  • A Rezone, General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment – To rezone and modify the land use designations on the property from Community Commercial and Parks & Recreation designations for the Village Center to:
    • Community Commercial – Village Center (Parcels W-32 & W-33) (6.41 acres)
    • Parks & Recreation – Village Center (Parcel W-54) (3.71 acres)
    • R3/Medium Density Residential – Village Center (Parcels W-28 & W-29) (7.6 acres)
    The Specific Plan Amendment includes an amendment to the West Roseville Specific Plan document to address these changes.
  • Two Tentative Subdivision Maps (Small lot) – To establish two small lot tentative maps to create 28 residential lots each on Parcel W-28 and W-29 for a total of 56 single family residential units.

Oakmont of Roseville II – Design Review Permit (File# PL17-0124)

The Oakmont of Roseville II Project was approved by the Planning Commission on September 14, 2017.

On May 4th, Oakmont Senior Living submitted an application
for a Design Review Permit to develop an 88,446 square foot community care facility. The facility would include 60 assisted living units and 27 memory care units. Oakmont Senior Living owns and operates another facility, like the one proposed, at 1101 Secret Ravine Parkway.

Plans
Both projects are currently under review by City staff. Copies of the plans that have been submitted are provided below. Please note that these plans are in draft form and may require additional revisions by City staff and final approvals will be by the City’s Planning Commission and City Council. As plans are revised during the project review period they will be updated on this website. Please check back periodically for updates.

Village Center Rezone Project:
Parcel Map General Plan Amendment/Specific Plan Amendment
Rezone Small Lot Map (W-28)           Small Lot Map (W-29)
WRSP Redlines Supplemental Market Study 2017         Market Study 2016

 

Oakmont of Roseville II DRP Project:
Site Plan Landscape Plan and Details
Color Elevations Additional plan sheets are available if interested (grading, utilities, etc.)
Garage Plans

Community Meeting
The Village Center Rezone Project has been presented at the Westpark Neighborhood Association (WNA) on multiple occasions since the application was submitted. An additional comunity meeting has been scheduled to provide an update on the proposed projects (including the Oakmont DRP) and will take place on June 20, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be located at 2351 Pleasant Grove Boulevard at St. John’s Church. The applicants and City staff will be present at this meeting. Additionally, the Parks, Recreation & Library’s staff will be present at this meeting to begin the master planning process for park parcel (W-54) and will be soliciting residents’ feedback on features and amenties that residents would like to be included on this park site.
Community meeting notice


Public Hearings

Village Center Rezone Project
Parks and Recreation Commission meeting -- July 10, 2017   Hearing Notice       Staff Report
Planning Commission meeting -- July 27, 2017   Hearing Notice
City Council meeting -- September 6, 2017  Hearing Notice

Oakmont of Roseville II
Planning Commission meeting -- September 14, 2017  Hearing Notice

All public hearings will be held at 7 p.m. on date indicated in the City Council Chambers at 311 Vernon Street.

Please check back periodically for updates.

For additional information contact:
City's Planning Division at (916) 774-5276 or PlanningDivision@roseville.ca.us.