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Mitchell Farms Draft Environmental Impact Report Released
On March 22, the City released the Notice of Availability for the Mitchell Farms Subdivision Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). The DEIR along with more information about the project is available here http://www.citrusheights.net/914/Mitchell-Farms-Subdivision.
The approximately 56-acre project site is generally located north of Arcadia Drive and Greenback Lane between Fair Oaks Boulevard on the east and Sunrise Boulevard on the west in Citrus Heights. The majority of the site is currently used as the Sunrise Golf & Disc Golf Course located at 7925 Arcadia Drive.
The proposed project would include a mix of residential uses with a total of 260 single-family residential dwelling units located on approximately 32 acres with an average density of 8.1 dwelling units per acre and would accommodate approximately 663 residents.
The project would consist of five villages along the periphery of the site with a mix of three different housing types: 110 paseo units (alley-loaded single-family units), 72 patio units (groups of 2 to 8 single-family units accessed from a central alley), and 78 traditional housing units. The remaining 23 acres in the central portion of the site, including the creek corridor, would be devoted to recreational areas and open space uses including a trail system.
Submitting Comments on the DEIR:
Written comments on the Draft EIR and technical studies must be received no later than 5:00 pm on May 7, 2018. Submit written comments to:
Casey Kempenaar, Senior Planner
City of Citrus Heights Planning Division
6360 Fountain Square Dr
Citrus Heights, California 95621
Phone: (916) 727-4740
Planning Commission to receive on Draft EIR:
The Citrus Heights Planning Commission will receive comments on the Draft EIR at their regularly scheduled meeting on April 25, 2018, at 7PM at the City of Citrus Heights City Hall Council Chambers. The Planning Commission will not make any decisions at this meeting, however, it is an opportunity for the public to comment on the DEIR.