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Laguna Ridge Specific Plan

The Laguna Ridge Specific Plan encompasses approximately 1,900± acres and is located in the southwestern portion of the City of Elk Grove.  It lies west of Highway 99, south of Elk Grove Boulevard, east of BrucevilleRoad and the East Franklin Specific Plan area, and north of Bilby Road and the area referred to as the Southeast Policy Area

The Land Use Plan includes a mix of single and multi-family residential, along with various commercial/retail and employment sites.  It also includes approximately 153 acres for parks, 86 acres of paseos & open space, and 127 acres for schools.   

The key policies and planning documents for the Laguna Ridge Specific Plan are described below and available for download.

Specific Plan and Environmental Impact Report

The Laguna Ridge Specific Plan was adopted on June 16, 2004.  Concurrently, the City certified an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Plan.  In December 2019 the City Council adopted an updated version to reflect the City's updated General Plan.  Both of the Specific Plan and EIR are available for download below.

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Additional Resources

Supplemental Design Guidelines

In addition to the Citywide Design Guidelines, development within the Specific Plan must comply with the Laguna Ridge Supplemental Design Guidelines.  This document, adopted August 2005, identifies special design considerations specific to the Specific Plan, including building architecture and street landscaping.

Note: Development within the Town Center is also subject to the Town Center Design Guidelines.  See below for details.

For Download (August 2005 edition):

Laguna Ridge Town Center

In June 2008, the City approved the Laguna Ridge Town Center Specific Plan Amendment.  This change to the Specific Plan modified the land plan for the area between Elk Grove Boulevard and Civic Center Drive from Bruceville Road to Laguna Springs Drive.  It also included the certification of a Subsequent Environmental Impact Report and the adoption of the Laguna Ridge Town Center Design Guidelines. 

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Laguna Ridge Park Fee Programs

In 2006, the City established the Laguna Ridge Park Fee Program, provides funding for development of major park facilities that support the Laguna Ridge area, including a portion of the Civic Center complex and a portion of the Bartholomew Sports Park.  This fee was last updated in 2019.

In October 2009, the City Council directed the creation of a Parks Improvement Fee to cover the acquisition, design, and construction of local, neighborhood, and other community parks within the Specific Plan.  This fee was first adopted in September 2011 and was last updated in 2019.  By adopting the Parks Fee, the City (along with its parks partner the Cosumnes Community Services District) took over responsibility for design and construction of the parks within the Specific Plan.

Note: Please see the City’s Fee Booklet for current values on the Parks Fee.

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Subdivisions and Development Projects within Laguna Ridge

The following table provides a summary of major development projects within the Specific Plan.  Where available, click on the project number to bring up the project staff report.  For the status of “in process” applications, please contact the Planning Division.  Strikeouts indicate that the initial project has been superseded by a subsequent, revised, approval.  Note that the conditions of approval provided in the links below may not be the final conditions as approved by the City.  Please contact the Planning Division for more information.

Laguna Ridge Development Projects
Project # Project Name # of Residential Units Applicant Status
04-764 The Grove 1,721 SFD
11 acres of RD-10
12 acres of RD-15
14 acres of RD-20
Reynen & Bardis 
Communities, Inc
Approved May 2005
03-479 Del Webb 632 Age-restricted
100 SFD
Pulte Homes Corporation Approved May 2005
03-493 Allen Ranch 161 SFD Jackson Properties Inc Approved August 2005
03-477 Auto Mall Phase III N/A Sacramento Land & Farming Inc Approved May 2005
03-485
11-015
Tuscan Ridge 225 SFD
97 residential lots (east side)
133 residential lots (west side)
Meritage Homes (east side)
WSI Poppy Ridge (west side)
Approved January 2006
Approved November 2011
03-480
11-005
Zgraggen Ranch 190 Townhomes
124 RD-8 lots
86 RD-5 lots 

224 residential lots
Pulte Homes Corporation Approved April 2007
Approved November 2011
05-943 Madeira South 460 SFD Reynen & Bardis 
Communities, Inc
Approved November 2006
03-482
11-059
McGeary Ranch 199 SFD
227 residential lots
Reynen & Bardis Communities, Inc
SB/RBLI Land Company
Approved November 2006
Approved November 2011
03-483
11-060
Arbor Ranch 862 SFD
810 residential lots
Ryland Homes
SB/RBLI Land Company
Approved February 2006
Approved November 2011
03-486 Treasure Homes 179 SFD Treasure Homes Approved November 2006
05-901 Bayless Pulte 216 Condos Pulte Homes Corporation Approved November 2006
03-481 Madeira East 875 SFD Reynen & Bardis
Communities, Inc
Approved April 2007
06-1086 Seasons at Laguna Ridge 222 unit senior residential 
apartment facility
TSD Engineering, Inc. Approved October 2007
07-033 Laguna Ridge Pappas 100 SFD Pappas Investments Approved January 2011
10-053 Laguna Ridge Apartments 204-unit multi-family 
development
St. Anton Partners Approved December 2010
07-123 
11-016
Vineyard at Madeira 
Shopping Center
N/A Taylor Village Sacramento 
Investment Partners, LP
Approved June 2008
Extended July 2011
10-036 Catholic Healthcare West 
Medical Office Building
N/A Catholic Healthcare West Approved August 2010
11-053 Efalls Event Center N/A Efalls Corporation Approved May 2012
12-014 Dignity Health Elk 
Grove Campus
N/A Dignity Health Approved

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