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Master Planned Developments

Master plan developments refer to comprehensive and carefully designed urban or suburban projects that outline a long-term vision for the development of a specific area. These plans typically involve detailed land use planning, infrastructure development, and zoning regulations.

Major Residential Project Map

Development Agreement Annual Reviews

2020 Report- Planning Commission Hearing Reports (Open Windows) 10/22/20

2021 Report- Planning Commission Hearing Reports 3/24/22

2022 Report- Planning Commission Hearing Reports 1/26/23

2023 Report- Planning Commission Hearing Reports 2/8/24

Review All Master Planned Developments by Project Name
A.G. Spanos Business Park

A.G. Spanos Business Park

The A.G. Spanos Business Park is a 200+/- acre mixed use project for development in the southwest corner of Interstate 5 and Eight Mile Road.  This Master Development Plan is to simplify the project planning and review process by providing the City's decision makers with sufficient information to guide and manage the development of A.G. Spanos Business Park. 

Project Information & Status

For project information and status, please contact the Master Developer, AG Spanos Companies.  A link to the company's website is available under External Links below.


External Links

Master Plan Developer - AG Spanos Companies

Crystal Bay

Crystal Bay

Crystal Bay is a planned residential community of 173 +/- acres and approximately 1,343 residential units, designed with a wide variety of park and open space amenities in the northwest portion of Stockton.  The project site is located south side of Eight Mile Road, east of Rio Blanco Road and west of Westlake Drive. City Council approved Crystal Bay Residential Project on April 29, 2008, and annexed into the City of Stockton on June 17, 2008.

Project Information & Status

For additional information about this project, please contact the Master Plan Developer, A.G. Spanos. A link to the developer's website is available under External Links below.

Crystal Bay Residential Project Documents

This project was approved by the City Council on April 29, 2008  Agenda Item 9.01

External Links

Master Plan Developer - A.G. Spanos Companies

 

Delta Cove Project

Delta Cove Project

Delta Cove is located adjacent to and west of the Twin Creeks Estates Subdivision, south of the Spanos Park West Development and Bear Creek, and both east and north of Shima Tract and Mosher Slough. 

City Council approved the Delta Cove Project on October 19, 2010, Item 9.01.

Project Information & Status

For additional information about this project, please contact the Master Plan Developer, A.G. Spanos. A link to the developer's website is available under External Links below.

Delta Cove Documents


External Links

Master Plan Developer - A.G. Spanos Companies

Mariposa Lakes

Mariposa Lakes

The Mariposa Lakes site is comprised of approximately 3,810 acres of unincorporated lands located four miles southeast of downtown Stockton and 3.5 miles northeast of the Stockton Metropolitan Airport. The site is bounded by State Route 4 or Farmington Road on the north, Kaiser Road on the east, and Mariposa Road and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railroad on the south and the west.

City Council approve Mariposa Lakes Specific Plan on October 28, 2008.

Mariposa Lakes Specific Plan Documents

Appendices

 

Sanctuary

Sanctuary

Sanctuary is located on what is currently known as Shima Tract, an approximately 1,967-acre parcSantuary Land Useel of land. It is bounded on the north by Bear Creek, Mosher Slough and Disappointment Slough; on the west by Fourteen Mile Slough; on the east by the City of Stockton; and on the south by Fourteen Mile Slough and Five Mile Slough.

City Council approved Sanctuary Master Development Plan on
November 18, 2008, Agenda Item 9.03.

Project Information & Status

For additional information or current status, please contact the Master Plan Developer, The Grupe Company. A link to the company's website is available under External Links below.

Sanctuary Master Development Plan Documents


External Links

Master Plan Developer - The Grupe Company

University Park

University Park Master Development Plan (MDP)

University Park Master Development Plan was approved by City Council on November 18, 2013.

Project Information & Status

For additional information about this project, please contact Grupe Huber at University Park. A link to the developer's website is available under External Links below.

External Links

Grupe Huber Company at University Park, Stockton

 

 

Westlake at Spanos Park West

Westlake at Spanos Park West Master Development Plan (MDP)

Westlake at Spanos Park West MDP

Project Information & Status
For project information and status, please contact the Master Developer, AG Spanos Companies.  A link to the company's website is available under External Links below.

External Links: AG Spanos Companies

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