• Abigail Place (3743 & 3755 Old Blackhawk Road)

  • Abigail Place is a proposal by Braddock & Logan to subdivide two existing parcels into 19 single-family homes on a total of 2.97 +/- acres located at 3743 & 3755 Old Blackhawk Road. Abigail Place (the "proposed project") consists of 17 single family residential homes and 2 single family residential duets.

    The Preliminary Development Plan (PUD16-0110) would rezone the property to a new P-1; Planned Unit Development District establishing site-specific conditions and standards; the Major Subdivision (SUB16-0110) would subdivide the site creating 19 single family residential lots; and the Development Plan (DEV16-0107) would provide for the approval of a project architecture, site design, and landscape design. A Tree Removal application (TR16-0118) is also required to allow for the removal of Town-Protected trees.

     

  • Project Updates 

    July 19, 2016- The Town received a request for a 19 unit subdivision (Abigail Place) located at 3743 & 3755 Old Blackhawk Place. The Town's notification for the Request for Comments was sent to external agencies, internal staff, and neighbors within 750 feet of the project site. The initial review has passed and the Town has responded to the applicant regarding incomplete items as well as providing comments received during the initial notification period. Any interested party, organization, or agency may comment on the project at any time during the Town’s review process. Formal opportunities to comment on the project include: upon receipt of the Town’s Request for Comments and at the publically noticed Planning Commission and Town Council public hearing

    August 22, 2016- The Town has responded to the applicant and is pending their resubmittal.

  • FAQ

  •     Does this project include CEQA?
    CEQA is required if it is determined the project may have a significant environmental impact. An Initial Study would be prepared to provide a preliminary analysis of a proposed action to determine whether a Mitigated Negative Declaration or an Environmental Impact Report should be prepared. Typical impacts may include those related to: traffic, air quality, noise, public services, biologic resources, water quality, visual impacts, and land use. The environmental document discusses these impacts and determines which ones are significant. It also describes mitigation measures to reduce the impacts to an appropriate or acceptable level, where possible.
        What does a review of a Planning Application entail?
    The Town must review a development proposal for its consistency with the Town's General Plan and any other applicable Town Ordinances and guidelines. The Town must also study and understand the potential environmental impacts of the proposal so that an informed decision regarding the proposal can be made. The Town also coordinates with other agencies such as the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District, Contra Costa County Sanitary District, and East Bay Municipal Utility District to address any concerns they may have. Finally, the Town must ensure that the public review process is followed so that all interested parties have an opportunity to participate in the process.
        What is a Development Application?
    Prior to the subdivision and development of any land within the Town, the Town requires that the property owner or applicant file a development application with the Town's Planning Division. The submitting of the development application triggers the Town's review of the proposed project and requires that the proposal follow a public hearing process.
        What opportunities will I have to comment on the proposed project?
    Any interested party, organization, or agency may comment on the project at any time during the Town's review process. Formal opportunities to comment on the project include: upon receipt of the Town's mailing of the Request for Comments and at the publicly noticed Planning Commission and Town Council public hearing.