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Sunset Crossing/Catalina Crossing Projects

Sunset Crossing Project

Revised plans for the Sunset Crossing project at the northeast corner of Holmes Street and Concannon Boulevard were received on April 13, 2015. The revised plans are currently under review by City staff. The following table summarizes the changes made to the project:


Previous Plan
(dated August 13, 2013)

Current Plan
(dated April 13, 2015)

Townhouse Residences



Single Family Residences



Smallest Lot Size

5,226 sq.ft.

5,850 sq.ft.



19,600 sq.ft., 2-story building on a 2-acre parcel

Landscape Buffer Between Sunset Crossing and Sunset East existing homes


1.57 acres

(minimum depth of 50 feet)

Private Park Area

0.34 acre


 Other changes include:

1.    The revised plan eliminates the emergency vehicle access to London Way, but retains pedestrian access between the new subdivision and London Way.
2.    The revised plan changes the layout of internal streets and lots
3.    The revised plan shows additional landscaping and longer sound wall on Holmes Street
4.    The sound wall design has been changed to stone veneer
5.    The revised plan preserves more existing trees in the landscape buffer

The revised Sunset Crossing plans are available for public viewing at the Permit Center in City Hall, 1052 South Livermore Avenue, during business hours (Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.) The plans are also available for viewing at the Civic Center Library, 1188 South Livermore Avenue.

The public hearing dates for the Planning Commission and City Council review of the Sunset Crossing project have not been determined at this time. Notices of the meeting dates will be mailed to residents and property owners in the vicinity of the Sunset Crossing project site and others who requested to be on the mailing list.

For additional information, please contact Scott Lee, Senior Planner, by phone at (925) 960-4473, or by email at

Catalina Crossing Project

The Catalina Crossing project involves the redevelopment of an office center at the southwest corner of Catalina Drive and Barcelona Street with 31 for-sale townhouse units. The City Council approved the Catalina Crossing project on July 14, 2014. With the approval of the Catalina Crossing project, the Council certified the environmental impact report for the Catalina Crossing and Sunset Crossing projects.

Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report

Public Scoping Meeting Minutes 11-13-13

Notice of Availability Sunset Draft EIR

Draft Environmental Impact Report Sunset - Catalina Crossings

Appendices for the Draft Environmental Impact Report -Table of Contents

Final Environmental Impact Report

Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Final EIR

Catalina Crossing Planning Commission Staff Report

Sunset Crossing Planning Commission Staff Report