Roseville area proposed housing development near Creekview Ranch


ROSEVILLE, CA – The Placer County Community Development Resource Agency has issued a notice of preparation for an Environmental Impact Report for The Ranch, a proposed 221.7-acre housing project in West Placer. (unincorporated Roseville)

The public will have the opportunity to review the Notice of Preparation and provide feedback between now and February 16th, including a public environmental scoping meeting at the Placer County Community Development Resource Agency Planning Commission Room, on January 26th in person or via Zoom in.


Almost 500 new homes

Proposed by applicant WP Vineyard LLC, the project is located south of Vineyard Road, east of Cook Riolo Road. The proposed project consists of 483 single-family plots of land in a gated community ranging in size from 5,775 square feet to over 10,000 square feet. Additional features include a 14.8-acre park, 56.5 acres of open space, approximately 4 miles of public trails, landscaping, and utility installation.

The turn in the community will have two entrances, providing a four-way stop at a gated entrance on the southern portion of Vineyard Road at Eva Lane, connected to an internal system of private roads and a western entrance extending from Vineyard Road south to the east side of Creek View School Campus. The community will include access to a new pick-up and drop-off location for students who attend Creekview Ranch Middle School.

A copy of the notice of preparation can be accessed Online or at the following locations:

  • Roseville Library – 225 Taylor Street, Roseville
  • Rocklin Library 4890 Granite Drive, Rocklin
  • Placer County Community Development Resource Agency – 3091 County Center Drive, Auburn

Written comments may be sent via e-mail to [email protected] or by mail to:
Megan Schwartz
Environmental Coordination Services, CDRA
3091 County Center Drive Suite 190
Auburn, CA 95603

Comments may be made in person at the Environmental Standoff meeting on January 26, which will be held at the Placer County Community Development Resource Agency, 3091 Center County Drive in Auburn, beginning at 2 p.m. in the Planning Commission room. Details on how to attend the meeting via Zoom and how to comment can be found here.

Demolition of residential and farm buildings

It should be noted that the centrally located residence will be retained and integrated into the project. All other buildings on the site, including additional residential and farm buildings located in the northeastern corner of the project site, will be demolished.

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