Stop Napa Oaks Hillside Subdivision...again!
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Natural beauty and open space are at the heart of what makes Napa special. It is this "sense of place" that helps create our world class location. Napa is a destination for people from all over the world who come to enjoy beautiful wine country, oak studded hillsides and farm-to-table cuisine in an unhurried, relaxed atmosphere. The locals believe, rightfully so, that they live in paradise.
A previous Napa City Council zoned this southwest hillside as RA (Resource Area). It is a special designation applied to sensitive land within the City's Rural Urban Limit. Sensitive lands entail view shed, habitat, resource, geotechnical and other considerations which further conservation and resource protection under the goals of the Napa General Plan. With intelligent foresight they realized this hillside was unsuitable for a housing subdivision.
Davidon Homes of Walnut Creek has a proposal to build Napa Oaks II, a 53 home subdivision. The homes range in size from 3880 sq. ft. to 5061 sq. ft. This proposed hillside development will forever damage our southwest hillside and severely diminish our "sense of place."
An estimated 570 mature Oak trees on 9+ woodland acres will need removal to make way for roadways, homes, and driveways. Light pollution will fill the night sky. Water runoff will threaten longstanding vineyards on one side of the hillside and a mature neighborhood on the other. This beautiful but unstable hillside has multiple fault-lines running through it and suffered slippage in the 2014 Napa earthquake.
Davidon Homes, for the third time is requesting the City of Napa change the zoning from RA to SFR (Single Family Residential) so their hillside development can proceed. By signing this petition, you are telling the Napa City Council to KEEP OUR ZONING IN PLACE AS IT IS, for this hillside. This will prevent the developer from building these multi-million dollar homes. There has never been a subdivision of this size built on a hillside in Napa, don’t let this be the first!
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Stop Napa Oaks Subdivision
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