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Hewlett Packard Campus Oaks Project


NOTICE is hereby given that an Initial Study and Addendum is available for review for the REZONE, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, MASTER PLAN AMENDMENT,


ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: The Development Services Director has determined that the proposed project is substantially consistent with the previously certified Hewlett Packard Master Plan EIR which was certified by the City Council on June 5, 1996 (SCH#95112022). An Addendum to the Hewlett Packard Master Plan EIR has been prepared for consideration by the Planning Commission and City Council before taking action on the project (a hearing date has not yet been scheduled for the project). The Addendum may be reviewed during normal business hours in the Planning Division located at 311 Vernon Street in Roseville, CA and online at www.roseville.ca.us (under Department/Planning/Current Projects/HP Campus Oaks). The review period will last 30 days beginning on May 18, 2015 and ending on June 16, 2015.

Project Title/Name: Hewlett Packard Campus Oaks Project

Location/Assessor's Parcel Number (APN): 1485 Blue Oaks Bl. APNs: 017-230-046, - 055, -060, -063, -074, -075, -076, and -077

Project Applicant: Stephen Des Jardins, BBC Roseville Oaks, LLC

Property Owners: Stephen Des Jardins, BBC Roseville Oaks, LLC and Hewlett Packard

Current Zoning: Light Industrial with a Special Area Overlay (M1/SA)

Project Planner: Tricia Stewart, Senior Planner

Project Description: The proposed project includes a Rezone, General Plan Amendment, Master Plan Amendment, Development Agreement Amendments and Large Lot Tentative Subdivision Map. The project area includes the western portion (approximately 235 acres) of the existing ±500 acre site as well as the existing Hewlett Packard property (approximately 140 acres). The remaining 117 acres located in the northeastern quadrant of the Campus is not a part of this project. With the exception of 8. 7 acres of the HP portion of the project proposed as a park use, no other land use changes are proposed for that portion of the project. The undeveloped 235 acres on the western half of the site is proposed for a mixed use residential project that would include 948 residential units, business professional, commercial, light industrial (tech/business park), parks, open space and public/quasi-public uses.

Interested persons are invited to submit written comments prior to the end of the review period (June 16, 2015) and may testify at the public hearing when one is scheduled. Please note that a separate public hearing notice will be mailed to you notifying you of any public hearing scheduled on the project. Written comments on the Addendum may be submitted to Tricia Stewart, Development Services - Planning Division, 311 Vernon Street, Roseville, CA 95678.

Kevin Payne

Development Services Director

Dated: May 18, 2015

Hewlett Packard Campus Oaks Project.pdf

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