The San Ramon Planning Commission is set to once again meet to discuss the 4,500-housing unit project proposed by Bishop Ranch during their regular meeting on Tuesday night, giving residents the opportunity to learn about the process and have their opinions heard.
An informative meeting with no official decision scheduled to be made, commissioners and city staff will receive an overview and status update on the project process and conduct a workshop to provide feedback on the City Center Mixed Use Master Plan.
Located within the heart of the Bishop Ranch property, the project would include 4,500 new multi-family homes, a 169-room hotel, an interconnected parks system, new parking structures, an amphitheater with a potential capacity for 1,500 seats and two new community centers, as well as other amenities and additions, phased in over a period of years.
The city began the process of preparing an environmental impact report for the City Center Mixed Use Master Plan at the end of September, which city staff expect to be completed sometime in early 2020.
The San Ramon 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.