Monthly Development Project Report
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Andersen Ranch Estates Subdivision Application (Mountain St./Ormsby Blvd. vicinity)
The Planning Division has received a Tentative Subdivision Map application for a portion of the Andersen Ranch property (between Ormsby Blvd. and Mountain St.) that was formerly the subject of the “Vintage” subdivision project. For the convenience of the public requesting information regarding this application, the application materials are available to download through the links below. The application will be scheduled for a public hearing at the Planning Commission meeting of Tuesday, December 17, 2019. Check the Planning Commission agendas webpage approximately one week before the meeting for the agenda (with approximate time), staff report and complete meeting packet. This proposed project is intended to replace the prior approval for the Vintage project, including the prior approval for the portion of the property on the west side of Ormsby Blvd, which is not included as part of this application.
Click on the item below to download the applicable Andersen Ranch Estates application document for viewing.
- Application summary document
- Preliminary landscape plan
- Civil plans
- Traffic impact study
- Traffic impact study appendices
- Water and sewer impact report
- Conceptual drainage study
- Transmittal sheet to NDEP Division of Water Resources
Planning Division Programs
The Planning Division administers:
- Zoning and development applications
Title 18 (Zoning) and Development Standards, and Title 17 (Subdivision of Land) of the Carson City Municipal Code
The Planning Division coordinates land development, current and long-range planning and zoning matters, environmental and historic preservation, and special project-related programs within Carson City, to a multitude of clients, while achieving a dynamic community balance between competing interests, with a strong commitment to excellence, consistency and accuracy.
Established in 1976, the Planning Division’s primary role is to provide unified coordination of the City’s land development activities and to serve the citizens of Carson City, the Board of Supervisors, the Planning Commission, the City Manager and other City departments regarding the physical development of the community.
Downtown Neighborhood Improvement District Assessment FY 2020
Click here to download the approved Downtown NID assessment for property assessment year 2018-19. The Downtown NID was established to help pay for the maintenance of the Downtown Streetscape Enhancement Project. Click here for the Downtown NID boundary map.
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