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Amoruso Ranch Development

Amoruso Ranch Development

On October, 17, 2013, WFFNA members Loren Cook, Sue Cook, and Lita Freeman met with Deanna Green of Brookfield Residential, and Aldo Pineschi for a brief overview of the proposed Amoruso Ranch Development. This proposed property is north of the future Creekview specific Plan, northwest of the West Roseville Specific Plan Fiddyment Farm area and south of Sunset Boulevard (south of Amoruso Estates), and spans both sides of Westbrook Boulevard.

Ms. Green stated that the City of Roseville has not annexed the property yet. Brookfield Residential will prepare a Notice of Preparation next month; this process will take about one year to complete. The project will then go through a two-year Environmental Impact Report (EIR) process. Final infrastructure would probably not begin until about 2018.

Completion of infrastructure of the Creekview project (already annexed) would be required before the start of the Amoruso Ranch Development infrastructure. The first phase of Amoruso Ranch is planned to consist of 905 residential units south of the creek, including low density residential (LDR), middle density residential (MDR) and 4 high density facilities—the average overall density being approximately 8 units per acre. The second phase would be beyond the Placer Parkway area (right of way preserved) and require an extension of the bridge. The development would also include preserved open spaces and a power station. Future Fire Station #11 would be located in the southeast corner of the development.

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