City Council Chambers, Legislative Bldg, 745 Fourth St., Sparks
Planning and Zoning Public Hearings and Action Items: 11.1
The Kiley Northeast Golf Community Planned Development Handbook was approved by City Council on October 13, 2003. The intent of the handbook was to develop the approximately 279 acres of land into 338 residential units, a municipal golf course and open space. The central feature of the planned development was to be a golf course. After approval of the handbook, the City of Sparks determined it would not develop the golf course. As a result, there has been no development or improvements and the parcels remain vacant. The open space (wetlands) is owned by the Kiley Ranch Preservancy Foundation.
The Planning Commission reviewed the abandonment request on June 18, 2015 and recommends that the City Council approve of the abandonment of the Kiley Ranch Northeast Golf Communities Planned Development.
The three property owners which own this entire planned development are requesting to abandon the Kiley Northeast Golf Community Planned Development Handbook because this property will never be developed as approved in 2003. The western properties owned by Rising Tides, LLC are planned to be incorporated into the Kiley Ranch North Planned Development. The wetland parcels north of the Spanish Springs Diversion Dam and west of Vista Boulevard are owned by the Kiley Ranch Preservancy Foundation and will remain as wetlands and open space. The three parcels owned by the Golden Triangle LLC are anticipated to be developed as a mix of residential and commercial land uses.
Staff and Planning Commission support the proposed abandonment of the handbook.
City Council could not approve the request to abandon the Kiley Ranch Northeast Golf Communities Planned Development.
I move to approve the abandonment request of the Kiley Northeast Golf Communities Planned Development associated with PCN14039, based on the facts as set forth in this staff report.
Property Ownership NE Golf Communities.pdf
Kiley Ranch NE Golf Hndbk.pdf
PCN14039 Report of Action6-18-15.pdf