Deer Ridge & Shadow Lakes Golf Course Development Project
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
General Plan Amendment
Tentative Parcel Maps
Reconfigured Golf Course
The proposed project includes reconfiguring the Shadow Lakes Golf Club and the Deer Ridge Golf Club to combine the two existing courses (18 holes each for a total of 36 holes)S into a single, 18-hole golf course, with 10 holes north of Balfour Road (currently in Shadow Lakes) and eight holes south of Balfour Road (currently in Deer Ridge).. The project also includes constructing a new golf cart bridge over Balfour Road to connect the consolidated golf course, and establishing General Plan and zoning designations that would allow for the future construction of two senior residential facilities (one each in Deer Ridge and Shadow Lakes). Village 1 would be located on approx. 13 acres west of Foothill Dr., approx. 3/4 mile south of Balfour Road. This facility would involve the demolition and redevelopment of the existing Deer Ridge clubhouse facility, located at 801 Foothill Dr. Village 2 would be located on approx. 18 acres north of Balfour Road, between West country Club Dr. and East Country Club Dr. This facility would be located directly east of the existing Shadow Lakes clubhouse facility, located at 401 West Country Club Dr.
The proposed Village 1 would accommodate up to 250 units in multiple buildings (Figure 2). The buildings would consist of stacked flats and may be up to three stories high, incorporating both one and two bedroom units. Parking would be accommodated in surface lots, some of which would be covered with carports. it is anticipated that the buildings could all be used as active adult residential buildings, or a mix including assisted living units.
The proposed Village 2 would accommodate up to 310 units in multiple buildings. The buildings would consist of stacked flats and may be up to three stories high, incorporating both one and two bedroom units. Parking would be accommodated in surface lots, some of which would be covered with carports. Similar to Village 1, the buildings could all be used as active adult residential buildings, or a mix including assisted living units.
The 18 existing golf course holes to be closed would be repurposed into some form of open space or other amenities, such as, but not limited to walk trails, vineyards, community gardens, play areas, picnic areas, wildlife habitat areas, and other open space areas.
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