Brady Vineyard Subdivision

The proposed project would include subdivision of the project site to develop a total of 119 single-family lots and various associated improvements, including but not limited to, parks, trails, landscaping, circulation improvements, and utility installation. It should be noted that in addition to the 119 single-family residential units included in the proposed project, the EIR recognizes the potential for up to 12 additional on-site residential units (Accessory Dwelling Units) to be included in the project in order to meet the County’s affordable housing requirements. The project would require County approval of the following: General Plan/Community Plan Amendment; Rezone; Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map; Conditional Use Permit (CUP); Variance; Minor Boundary Line Adjustment; Design Exception Request; and annexation into County Service Areas for provision of fire protection services, sanitary sewer service, and park maintenance.

The project site consists of approximately 35 acres located at the northwest corner of Vineyard Road and Brady Lane in Placer County, California. The site is located to the west of the City of Roseville limits and is within the Dry Creek-West Placer Community Plan (DCWPCP) area. The site is identified by Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 473-020-002 and -013. The southwestern-most three acres of the project site are “not a part of this subdivision” (NAPOTS) and would become a separate parcel created by a boundary line adjustment.

For more information regarding the proposed project, please contact Christopher Schmidt, Senior Planner, at (530) 745-3076.

Placer County is the lead agency for the preparation of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act. On November 20, 2019 the County released the Draft EIR for Public Review and Comment. 

  1. DEIR

Draft Environmental Impact Report (Released 11/20/19)

  1. Notice of Availability of a Draft EIR (PDF)
  2. Cover Page - Volume I (PDF)
  3. Inside Cover (PDF)
  4. Table of Contents (PDF)
  5. Acronyms and Abbreviations (PDF)
  6. Chapter 1 - Introduction (PDF)
  7. Chapter 2 - Executive Summary (PDF)
  8. Chapter 3 - Project Description (PDF)
  9. Chapter 4 - Aesthetics (PDF)
  10. Chapter 5 - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions (PDF)
  11. Chapter 6 - Biological Resources (PDF)
  12. Chapter 7 - Cultural Resources (PDF)
  13. Chapter 8 - Geology and Soils (PDF)
  14. Chapter 9 - Hazards and Hazardous Materials (PDF)
  15. Chapter 10 - Hydrology and Water Quality (PDF)
  16. Chapter 11 - Land Use and Planning, Population and Housing, Agriculture (PDF)
  17. Chapter 12 - Noise (PDF)
  18. Chapter 13 - Public Services and Recreation (PDF)
  19. Chapter 14 - Transportation and Circulation (PDF)
  20. Chapter 15 - Utilities and Service Systems (PDF)
  21. Chapter 16 - Effects Not Found to be Significant (PDF)
  22. Chapter 17 - Statutorily Required Sections (PDF)
  23. Chapter 18 - Alternatives Analysis (PDF)
  24. Chapter 19 - References (PDF)
  25. Chapter 20 - Authors and Persons Consulted (PDF)
  26. Appendix A - Notice of Preparation (PDF)
  27. Appendix B - NOP Comment Letters (PDF)
  28. Cover Page - Volume II (PDF)
  29. Appendix C - Air Quality Modeling (PDF)
  30. Appendix D - Biological Resources Assessment (PDF)
  31. Appendix E - Arborist Report (PDF)
  32. Appendix F - Geotechnical Study (PDF)
  33. Appendix G - Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (PDF)
  34. Appendix H - Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (PDF)
  35. Appendix I - Drainage Studies and Storm Water Quality Plan (PDF)
  36. Appendix J - Technical Noise Analysis (PDF)
  37. Appendix K - Traffic Impact Analysis (PDF)
  38. Appendix L - Collection System Flow Study (PDF)

Previously-Released Environmental Documents (released 01/30/19)