The Lilac Hills Ranch project is a master planned community encompassing 608 acres and would consist of 1,746 residences, 90,000 sf of commercial, office, and retail, a 50-room Country Inn, a 200 bed group care assisted living facility, and civic facilities that include public and private parks, a private recreational facility, and other recreational amenities, and may include a fire station or a remodel of an existing fire station (Miller Station) and a school (K-8).
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