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2015 CEQA Review

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Old Town Village - South Kellogg Avenue and Kellogg Way south of Hollister Avenue

Shelby General Plan Amendment and Shelby Residential Project - 7400 Cathedral Oaks Road

Heritage Ridge Residential Project

The project is located is on vacant land south of U.S. Highway 101 and the Union Pacific Railroad corridor and north of Camino Vista Road . The project is proposed on Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 073-060-031 through -043.  The proposed project is 132 senior (62 years and older) rental apartments and 228 workforce rental apartments. A two-acre neighborhood park is also proposed. The project application also includes a Vesting Tentative Map to consolidate 13 existing parcels into three parcels and a modification of zoning regulations to provide 152 spaces for the senior apartments rather than the required 183 spaces and to provide 345 spaces for the workforce housing rather than the required 367 spaces.

Marriott Residence Inn and Hollister Center Project

The project description for the Marriott Residence Inn and Hollister Center Project is located below (listed under the proposed Final EIR dated October, 2013).

The Revised Final EIR for the Marriott Residence Inn and Hollister Center Project is comprised of two parts:

Part 1 consists of the October 2013 proposed Final EIR located here.

Part 2 includes the documents described below and is located here.

Approved July 28, 2015.

Old Town Village Mixed-Use Project

The project site (APN 071-130-23) is located immediately west of the intersection of Kellogg Way and S. Kellogg Avenue in the City of Goleta (City). The property encompasses a total of 12.31 gross acres.  (The property is known as the Page Site.)  It includes a 175-unit mixed use development on a 12.31-acre site. The site is proposed to be divided, leaving 9.84-acres to the south for development while the northern 2.47 acres are to be used for storm water detention and a proposed extension of Ekwill Road. The 175 townhomes would include: 

• 113 traditional townhomes – 3-stories with two and four bedrooms and an attached 2-car garage
• 34 flexible live-work units – 3-stories with three bedroom units with ground level for commercial use or an office/den with an attached 2-car garage
• 28 shopkeeper units – 3-stories with three bedrooms and a separate commercial space on the ground level with an attached 2-car garage

Approved July 28, 2015


Hollister Avenue Bridge Replacement 



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