The project is a multi-use subdivision, which will consist of Drumright Wine Warehouse and Tasting Facility, Healdsburg Animal Shelter, and Clendenen Vineyard Management Drumright Wine Warehouse and Tasting Facility will be constructed on approximately 8.88 acres of the original parcel. The facility will consist of an approximately 64,000sf wine warehouse building, including case storage, tank processing area, tasting room and office space. Healdsburg Animal Shelter will construct an approximately 12,691sf building, containing kennels, a domestic animal clinic, training room, observation area, waiting room, and administrative offices on approximately 2.82 acres of the project site. Clendenen Vineyard Management Company will consist of two structures, totaling approximately 13,200sf, and an outdoor storage yard, and will be separated from the north property line by a sound berm. The project also incorporates a riparian restoration and mitigation area of approximately 2.89 acres adjacent to the top of the bank of Dry Creek, on the western edge of the project. The California Department of Fish and Game is executing a Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement Number 1600-2009-0268-R3 pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to the project Applicant, Jim and Linda Drumright.