2101 Sneath Lane
The project proposes to develop 118 single family homes and common open spaces across the 21-acre site. Single-family homes are proposed to be clustered on the site to minimize grading and maintain a landscaped area along areas of the western edge of the site. Proposed circulation for the site would allow vehicles to enter and exit the development primarily from Sneath Lane.
The project proposes to demolish the existing structures, golf facilities, parking, and other improvements to build a new 118-lot single family detached home development of new two- and three-story houses. The applicant intends to create 15% of the homes as onsite below market rate (BMR) units.
It is anticipated that the project will require a Vesting Tentative Map, Planned Unit Permit, Conditional Use Permit, and Architectural Review, in addition to CEQA environmental review and may also require additional planning approvals and permits.
General Plan: Low Density Residential
Zoning: R-1, Single Family Residential
Vesting Tentative Map, Planned Unit Permit, Conditional Use Permit, Architectural Review, CEQA environmental review
2101 Sneath Lane (former Engvall School Site)
The Planning Division is currently processing the application. A Notice of Preparation to prepare an EIR was released in August 2022. A Planning Commission scoping meeting was held on September 20, 2022.
Public Meetings and Events:
September 20, 2022 7:00 PM Planning Commission Meeting
The Planning Commission held a scoping meeting to inform the public and relevant agencies about the project and to solicit public comment regarding the type and extent of environmental analysis to be undertaken. This scoping meeting was held virtually and provided an opportunity for attendees to pose questions and submit written or oral comments. A meeting agenda and https://sanbruno.ca.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_09202022-1672 staff report were posted and available here: Agenda Center • San Bruno, CA • CivicEngage . A video recording of the scoping meeting is available here: City of San Bruno Planning Commission Meeting Tuesday September 20, 2022 - YouTube