Planning Division - Major Projects
OASIS ROAD SPECIFIC PLAN
The City is in the process of developing the Oasis Road Specific Plan—a land use plan for 762 acres of largely undeveloped land at the northerly gateway to the City. This plan will ensure the orderly development of Redding's next major regional commercial area, addressing infrastructure and circulation needs for potentially 3 million square feet of commercial space, as well as up to 2,000 single-family and multiple-family residential units. With over 142 acres of waterways running through the area, the Plan will seek to provide an appealing and balanced interface between the natural environment and the built environment. The plan will also establish land use and development guidelines proposed at generating high-quality development that will result in a shopping and living environment that is attractive and inviting.
STILLWATER BUSINESS PARK
For information on the Stillwater Business Park, please visit the following link to the City Manager's website at City of Redding - Stillwater Business Park.
SHASTINA RANCH (click picture to enlarge)
Shastina Ranch, to be constructed by Palomar Builders, is a 220-acre, master planned community located west of Airport Road, bisected by the proposed extension of Shasta View Drive. Clover Creek runs through the project. A comprehensive process of analysis, planning, and design were applied to this development; and regional and local circulation, land use relationships, and natural and environmentally sensitive systems were carefully studied as well. Architectural styles were derived from historic examples within Redding’s established neighborhoods. Landscape treatments were designed to complement and blend with the existing natural environments. Five distinct neighborhoods will be developed, with lot sizes ranging from 6,600 square feet to 14,250 square feet. Home sizes will range from 1,200 square feet to 2,800 square feet. The architectural styles proposed for Shastina Ranch will be French Country, Traditional, Craftsman, Prairie, Italianate, Spanish Revival, and European Cottage.
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