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Regional University Specific Plan

The proposed Regional University Specific Plan project comprises 1,157.5 acres and is located south of Pleasant Grove Creek between Brewer Road and the western boundary of the City of Roseville, approximately 1.6 miles north of Base Line Road. The Plan incorporates two integrated elements—the 600 acre University and the 557.5 acre Community. The primary components of the University include the academic core, the quad, the campus commons, administration, student village, athletic facilities, faculty housing, retirement housing and open space areas. The Community is conceived as a full service community incorporating residential, retail/office, public facilities, parks and open space.

Draft Environmental Impact Report

Final Environmental Impact Report

Specific Plan

Development Standards

Infrastructure Plan

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