Creekview Ranch

The proposed project would generally include subdivision of the project site to develop a total of 597 single-family lots in four distinct neighborhoods with 10 villages comprised of a range of lot sizes. Associated improvements would include parks, trails, landscaping, and utility installation. Circulation system improvements would include three new gated entries along PFE Road and Antelope Road, which would connect to an internal system of private roadways. The proposed project would require County approval of a General Plan/DCWPCP Amendment; Rezone; Vesting Large Lot Tentative Map; Vesting Phased Tentative Subdivision Map; Conditional Use Permit; Variance to the setback, lot coverage, lot width, and parking standards for the proposed residences; and three service area annexations. 

The project site consists of approximately 186 acres located just outside the southwestern limits of the City of Roseville and at the southeastern corner of the Dry Creek-West Placer Community Plan (DCWPCP) area. The project site is comprised of a 141.07-acre parcel identified by Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN) 474-100-001-000, known as the “Schellhous parcel,” and a 44.53-acre parcel identified by APN 474-120-017-000, known as the “Placer Greens parcel.” The Schellhous parcel is located on the north side of PFE Road at the northern terminus of Antelope Road, and the Placer Greens parcel is located on the south side of PFE Road, east of Antelope Road. 

A public meeting will be held VIRTUALLY on January 12, 2023, at 10:40am to receive comments on the Draft EIR. Public comment can be provided through the following means:

- Virtually: Zoom meeting webinar utilizing the “raise hand” function; or by calling 877-853-5247 or 888-788-0099, Webinar ID: 838 9180 7945. 

Please refer to the meeting agendas at the following link up to 1 week prior to the meetings for updated information: 

For more information on the project, please contact the project planner, Christopher Schmidt, at (530) 745-3076.

  1. FEIR
  2. DEIR
  3. NOP