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Vallco Town Center (SB 35) Application Update: September 10, 2018

Post Date:09/10/2018
On September 7, 2018, Sand Hill Property Company submitted additional information in support of its SB 35 application in response to the City of Cupertino’s June 22, 2018 request for further clarification/supplemental material. This submittal, Sand Hill Property Company’s fourth, is now available online on the project website at www.cupertino.org/vallcosb35. (This is separate from the Vallco Specific Plan, which will be considered at the Cupertino City Council’s September 18 meeting. More information on that can be found at www.cupertino.org/vallco.)

On March 27, 2018 Sand Hill Property Company filed an application entitled, "Vallco Town Center Project Application pursuant to SB 35." SB 35, a State bill signed by Governor Jerry Brown in 2017, changed the local review process (beginning January 1, 2018,) for development projects that meet objective planning standards. It establishing a streamlined, ministerial review and approval process.

The Vallco Town Center SB 35 proposal is a mixed-use development with 2,402 units of housing, of which 50 percent are proposed to be affordable in compliance with SB 35. Upon a review of the submitted plans, the City determined on June 22, 2018 that the proposed project is eligible for the streamlined, ministerial review process pursuant to SB 35. In conjunction with that determination, the City requested additional clarification and materials. This letter, along with Sand Hill Property Company’s previous submittals, is also available on the SB 35 project website.

The City of Cupertino is committed to a review that is compliant with state housing law within 180 days of the date of the application, which ends on September 23, 2018. For additional information or comments, contact planning@cupertino.org.