The California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) operates the approx. 615-acre Yountville Veterans Home Campus in Yountville, Napa County, CA. The proposed project site is located in the southwest corner of the Veterans Home property. The project design of the proposed Skilled Nursing Facility is currently undetermined. However, it is anticipated the structure(s) would total approx. 285,000 sf and require an estimated 80-100 new staff, in addition to the approx. 950 staff who currently work on site. Project construction could require demolition and possible hazards material abatement of existing structures. Utility infrastructure improvements would be required, and construction is anticipated to begin in 2021.
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