Mitchell Farms Subdivision
About the Project
In August 2018, the City Council approved an application for a General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Tentative Subdivision Map, Design Review Permit, and Tree Permit for the development known as Mitchell Farms on the Sunrise Golf Course site (7925 Arcadia Drive).
The proposed project includes a mix of residential uses with a total of 260 single-family residential dwelling units located on approximately 32 acres with an average density of 8.1 dwelling units per acre and would accommodate approximately 663 residents. The project would consist of five villages along the periphery of the site with a mix of three different housing types: 110 paseo units (alley-loaded single-family units), 72 patio units (groups of 2 to 8 single-family units accessed from a central alley), and 78 traditional housing units. The remaining 23 acres in the central portion of the site, including the creek corridor, would be devoted to recreational areas and open space uses including a trail system. The proposed site plan (PDF) for the project is available.
The Mitchell Farms project was reviewed by the Planning Commission on July 18, 2018. The Planning Commission reviewed the project and recommended approval. A copy of the Planning Commission meeting materials is available for review in the Agenda Center.
On August 23, 2018, the City Council will reviewed and took final action on the project. A copy of the City Council meeting materials is available for review in the Agenda Center.
On March 22, 2018 the City released a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Mitchell Farms Subdivision, pursuant to the California Public Resources Code and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines. The Draft EIR and its technical studies were available for a 45-day public review and comment period from March 22, 2018 through May 7, 2018. The Citrus Heights Planning Commission received comments on the Draft EIR and the City Council adopted the DEIR and Final EIR in August 2018.
Download the Final EIR
The Final Environmental Impact Report is available for download
- Final EIR (NOTE - LARGE FILE) (PDF) - Download times can vary
Download the DEIR:
The Draft Environmental Impact Report is available for download:
- Entire EIR - NOTE - LARGE 75MB File (PDF)- Download times can vary
- Individual EIR Components
For questions about the EIR, please contact:
Casey Kempenaar, Senior Planner
City of Citrus Heights Planning Division
6360 Fountain Square Dr
Citrus Heights, California 95621
Phone: (916) 727-4740
Email Casey Kempenaar