Grapevine Specific and Community Plan by Tejon Ranchcorp (2019)

6 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Kern County
Document Title
Grapevine Specific and Community Plan by Tejon Ranchcorp (2019)
Document Type
SIR - Supplemental EIR
Present Land Use
Land Use: Vacant Grazing Land; Agriculture - Uncultivated Grape, and Almond; Oil Wells; Interstate 5; General Commercial. Zoning: A (Exclusive Agriculture); C-2 PD (General Commercial, Precise Development Combining); C-2 PD FPP (General Commercial, Precise Development Combining, Floodplain Primary). General Plan Designation: 2.1 (Seismic Hazard); 2.2 (Landslide); 2.4 (Steep Slope); 2.5 (Flood Hazard); 4.3 (Specific Plan- Grapevine Commercial); 6.2 (General Commercial); 8.1 (Intensive Agriculture- Min. 20 Acre); 8.3 (Extensive Agriculture- Min. 20 Acre); 8.4 (Mineral and Petroleum- Min. 5 Acre).

Document Description
The proposed project is the reconsideration of new applications for the Grapevine Specific and Community Plan (Grapevine-2019) for consideration and potential approval by Kern County. The Grapevine planning area encompasses approximately 8,010 acres in southwestern Kern County, California and would include up to 12,000 residences (single-family and multifamily units), an additional 2,000 units that may be permitted if maximum commercial/industrial square footage is reduced as specified in the Specific and Special Plan, up to 5,100,000 square feet of commercial/industrial development, 157 acres for schools, 96 acres to 112 acres for parks, and other public facilities, including fire stations, a sheriff's substation, transit facilities/park- and-rides, and water and wastewater treatment facilities. Approximately 3,367 acres (about 42 percent of the planning area) would be designated as exclusive agriculture, with grazing and open space as the predominant land uses. Approximately 83 acres of additional infrastructure improvements would occur outside of the designated Specific Plan development area, and would include roadway improvements, an agricultural haul road, and the potential relocation of an existing California Vehicle Enforcement Facility located along I-5 to the immediate east of the project site. See NOC for full details.

Contact Information
Cindi Hoover
Kern County Planning and Natural Resources Department
2700 "M" Street Suite 100
Bakersfield, CA 93301-2323

Phone : (661) 862-8629


34°56'"N 118°54'"W
Cross Streets
Grapevine interchange and Interstate 5
Total Acres
Parcel #
State Highways
Interstate 5
Tejon Ag (private airstrip)
California Aqueducte
Other Location Info
City/Nearest Community: Lebec, Frazier Park, Wheeler Ridge, Mettler Section: Multiple Twp.: Multiple Range: Multiple

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (12,000 Units) Office (2,450,000 Sq. Ft.) Commercial (1,200,000 Sq. Ft.) Industrial (1,450,000 Sq. Ft.) Educational (157 ac. (1 high school and 5 K-8 schools)) Recreational (96 ac.) Transportation (Transit/Park and Ride) Waste Treatment (On-Site Wastewater Fac.) Water Facilities (Type: On-Site Treatment Plant)
Local Action
General Plan Amendment Community Plan Specific Plan Rezone Ag Exclusion
Project Issues
Air Quality Noise Population/Housing Balance Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Growth Inducing Cumulative Effects
Reviewing Agencies
California Department of Conservation California Department of Education California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Central Region 4 California Department of Housing and Community Development California Department of Parks and Recreation California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery California Department of Transportation, District 6 California Energy Commission California Governor's Office of Emergency Services California Native American Heritage Commission California Public Utilities Commission California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Fresno Region 5 Central Valley Flood Protection Board Office of Historic Preservation Resources Agency State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Rights California Department of Water Resources Department of Toxic Substances Control


Environmental Document
__NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING   PDF 1908 K _Notice of Public Hearing   PDF 6404 K Grapevine_Volume_02_AppA_to_E   PDF 64577 K Grapevine_Volume_03_App_E   PDF 658 K Grapevine_Volume_04_AppE   PDF 33975 K Grapevine_Volume_06_AppA_to_E   PDF 37290 K Grapevine_Volume_07_AppE   PDF 17410 K Grapevine_Volume_08_AppE   PDF 47837 K Grapevine_Volume_09_AppF   PDF 78395 K Grapevine_Volume_10_AppG_to_J   PDF 97832 K Grapevine_Volume_11_AppJ   PDF 70825 K Grapevine_Volume_12_AppJ   PDF 32738 K Grapevine_Volume_13_AppJ   PDF 110029 K Grapevine_Volume_14_AppL_to_Q   PDF 56052 K Grapevine_Volume_15_AppR_to_Z   PDF 69899 K grapevine-00-front_materials   PDF 1488 K Grapevine-01-Exec_Summary_Circ   PDF 2265 K Grapevine-02-Intro_Circ   PDF 208 K Grapevine-03-Project_Description_Circ   PDF 2849 K Grapevine-04   PDF 5545 K Grapevine-04   PDF 6994 K Grapevine-04   PDF 573 K Grapevine-04   PDF 1031 K Grapevine-04   PDF 2197 K Grapevine-04   PDF 640 K Grapevine-05-Consequences_Circ   PDF 265 K Grapevine-06-Alternatives_Circ   PDF 581 K Grapevine-07-RTC_placeholder   PDF 66 K Grapevine-08-Persons_Contacted_Circ   PDF 78 K Grapevine-09-Preparers_Circ   PDF 69 K Grapevine-10-Bibliography_Circ   PDF 116 K Grapevine-11-Acronyms_Circ   PDF 100 K
Final Document(s)
Grapevine-Response to Comments_Vol 16   PDF 23721 K
NOC   PDF 968 K
State Comments
2014041005_DTSC_Draft Supplemental Recirculated EIR For Grapevine Specific And Community Plan By Tejon Ranchcorp (2019) _August 2019   PDF 1800 K 2014041005_DWR_Comment   PDF 994 K 2014041005_TRACC Grapevine Specific and Community Plan Tejon Ranch Corp   PDF 127 K

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