This 645 acres of undeveloped land is within a Community Region, which means that a General Plan Amendment can change the land use to high-density development, such as the proposed San Stino project. The land is currently designated for low-density residential use, and zoned as 5-acre Residential and Agricultural parcels. The property is located south of Mother Lode Drive along French Creek Road, surrounding Holiday Lake. Over 1,000 houses are proposed for the San Stino development.
Click here to view a presentation about the impacts that the proposed San Stino project will have on the Shingle Springs community.
Visit the No San Stino Facebook page for updates. You do not need a Facebook account to see the page: https://www.facebook.com/no.sanstino
To see the application status on the Planning Dept website, visit:
Click here to view a presentation on how to sign up for updates about this project from the County.
Websites for the project's developers and investors:
http://sunfielddevelopment.com As of 12-17-12 the San Stino project webpage is unavailable.
A link to the October 2010 Staff Memo regarding the San Stino Pre-Application file is below. It has a lot of maps attached to it that help paint a picture of the magnitude of this project proposal.
A project application was submitted to the Planning Department in September 2012 and a link to the Project Description is below.