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Large-Scale Housing Community With 3,700 Homes Proposed In Tehama

Nine Mile Hill Development SiteNine Mile Hill Development Site

A new large-scale residential community has been proposed in Tehama. The project proposal includes the development of a housing community with amenities with phased development occurring over a 10-year period.

American Pacific Nine Mile LLC is the project applicant.

Nine Mile Hill Development

Nine Mile Hill Development

The project site spans an area of 3,322 acres. Named Nine Mile Hill Development, the project will be developed on 1,572 acres. The project includes approximately 881 acres of residential development, 214 acres for an 18-hole golf course, and approximately 32 acres for commercial development. Ancillary uses include 17 acres for parks and recreation facilities, 26 acres for a recreational facility, 11 acres for fire and other emergency services. Other infrastructural development includes streets, and fill slopes for 568 acres. In addition, 1,572 acres of land will be set aside as naturally maintained open space.

The project will feature a critical care facility spanning an area of 30,000 square feet owned and operated by Dignity Health.

The project site is located eight miles north of the city of Red Bluff.

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3 Comments on "Large-Scale Housing Community With 3,700 Homes Proposed In Tehama"

  1. this is the best reason to invest in land preservation….why doesn’t this town build a serious town center, and preserve these hills into perpetuity. Once bulldozed, it will never come back.

    Land Trust. Open Space.

  2. This is so wrong. We know sprawl is a problem, but we just keep doing it! Also, no new golf courses should ever be built in the west.

  3. 568 acres of ‘fill slopes’- meaning useless graded/destroyed land that will grow fire-prone brush and invasive weeds. If that isn’t enough reason to reject this sprawl, I don’t know what is!

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