The Danville Town Council is set to debate Tuesday (April 1) whether to approve a proposed development that would bring 20 new residential lots to property off San Ramon Valley Boulevard in southwestern Danville.
Pleasanton-based Ponderosa Homes hopes to build new houses on a small portion of a nearly 110-acre parcel at the end of Midland Way.
The company's proposal calls for 20 single-family homes and a minimum of two second-dwelling units on a low-lying, 10-acre portion of the parcel, known as the Podva property. The remaining 99 acres would be designated as permanent open space, under the proposal.
The town council is set to consider approving the major subdivision request and final development plan, certifying the environmental impact report, signing off on proposed mitigation measures, rezoning the property and allowing the developer to remove 14 town-protected trees.
The Ponderosa Homes project is listed among several open-session items for Tuesday's regular council meeting, scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front St.
In other business, the council will present a proclamation declaring next week as National Volunteer Recognition Week.
A PG&E representative will give council members an update on the company's Pipeline Pathways Project.
The council will also receive reports about the town's Development Services Department, the Parks and Leisure Services Commission, the Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority, the TRAFFIX governing board and the mayor's recent trip to Washington, D.C.