Mountain Vista/Sycamore Glen Vesting Tentative Subdivision/Planned Development Permit

2 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Sacramento County
Document Title
Mountain Vista/Sycamore Glen Vesting Tentative Subdivision/Planned Development Permit
Document Type
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Residential / RD-4 / Low Density Residential (1-12 du/ac)

Document Description
1. A Community Plan Amendment and corresponding Rezone from Residential Density-4 (RD-4) to Residential Density-7 (RD-7) for 1.8 +/- acres. 2. A Tentative Subdivision Map known as "Terrence Oaks Estates" to create 12 single-family lots from 1.8 +/- acres in the RD-7 zone. 3. Special Development Permit to allow the project to be served by a private drive to deviate from the required lot area, width, and frontage requirements for the RD-7 zone and to deviate from the development requirements for single family lots by reducing the required front yard, side yard, and rear yard setbacks for the proposed residential structures. 4. An Exception from Title 22, 110.070(d) to allow lots to have a lot depth less than the required 95 feet. 5. An Affordable Housing Plan consisting of the payment of in-lieu and affordability fees.

Contact Information
Bob Summerville
City of Chico Planning Office
P.O Box 3420
Chico, CA 95927

Phone : (530) 879-6807


Cross Streets
Fair Oaks Boulevard
Total Acres
1.8 +/-
Parcel #
State Highways
Rio Americano HS
American River

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (12 Units, 1.8 Acres)
Local Action
Community Plan Subdivision Other Action Other Action: Special Development Permit, Exception, Affordable Housing Plan
Project Issues
Drainage/Absorption Noise Public Services Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Land Use

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