The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to review the city’s development agreement with Sunset Development Company for the City Center project at Bollinger Canyon Road and Camino Ramon during its regular meeting on Tuesday, where city officials will consider extending the agreement for an additional five years.
With the deal set to expire in December, city staff have proposed that the Planning Commission extend the agreement for the unbuilt portions of the 2007 City Center project to Dec. 31 2025, with an option to mutually extend the agreement through 2030.
The city is currently reviewing a City Walk Master Plan that would include building 4,500 housing units in the Bishop Ranch area proposed by Sunset Development, that if approved would replace the current City Center development agreement, according to San Ramon division manager Lauren Barr.
“In addition, Sunset Development has proposed a new Master Plan (CityWalk) that will result in the recharacterization of a portion of the prior City Center approvals,” Barr wrote. “Specifically, there will be an emphasis on residential development within the project area, essentially replacing much of the previously approved office entitlements south of Bollinger Canyon Road.”
If approved by the Planning Commission, the amendments to the development agreement will be submitted to the City Council for further review.
The Planning Commission is set to meet for its regular meeting on Tuesday, 7 p.m. in the San Ramon City Hall Council Chambers, 7000 Bollinger Canyon Road.
Planning Commission members also plan to gather for a special meeting at 3:30 p.m. to consider making Transportation Advisory Committee and Transportation Demand Management appointments. That meeting will be held in the City Hall Large Community Conference Room.