Vallco Town Center

Sand Hill Property Company filed an application with the City of Cupertino on March 27, 2018 entitled "Vallco Town Center Project Application pursuant to SB 35." The project is a mixed use development with 2,402 units of housing. Fifty percent of the housing units are proposed to be affordable, as required by SB 35. On September 21, 2018, the City Manager issued an approval letter for the Project (see below).

UPDATED FAQs APRIL 2019!

Friends of Better Cupertino v. City of Cupertino

On October 16, 2018, Friends of Better Cupertino filed a lawsuit in Santa Clara County Superior Court challenging the City's approval of the Vallco Town Center SB 35 Project. The primary court documents in the case are posted below.

Response to Vallco Fee Protest Letter

On March 15, 2019, the City sent the following letter in response to the letter protesting fees from the project applicant.

City Response to Fee Protest Letter

Vallco Fee Protest Letter

On December 21, 2018, the City received the following letter to protest fees imposed on the project.

Vallco - Fee Protest Letter

Technical Corrections 

Subsequent to the City's approval of the Vallco SB 35 project on September 21, 2018, certain technical corrections were made to two Standard Project Requirements. These are documented in the following letter to the applicant:

Technical Corrections Letter

Approval Letter 

The 180-day deadline to provide a determination on the Vallco SB 35 project is Sunday, September 23, 2018. The City has sent the following letter to the applicant on September 21, 2018.

Streamlining Letter

The 90-day deadline to provide written documentation on which objective planning standards, if any, the proposed project conflicts with, is Monday, June 25, 2018. The City has sent the following letter to the applicant.

Frequently Asked Questions 

The Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQs”) below are to inform the community about SB 35 and explain how it relates to the Vallco Town Center SB 35 Application. 

Archived Plans and Technical Information:

Submitted on March 27, 2018:

Transmittal Letter

Cover Letter

Project Overview and Reference Images 

Renderings

Project Description:

Plans:

Tentative Map (subdivision) materials are available here.

Technical Reports and Form:

Paper plans are available at City Hall for review during business hours.

Submitted on June 1, 2018:

June 1, 2018 Supplement

Submitted on June 19, 2018:

June 19, 2018 Supplement

Submitted on July 31, 2018:

The following information was received by the City on July 31, 2018 from the applicant, as a first partial submittal, in response to the City’s 90-day letter requesting further clarification/ supplemental material in support of their SB 35 application.

Response Letter dated July 31, 2018

Udpated Renderings - 7-31

Plans:

Tentative Map:

Submitted on August 17, 2018:

The following information was received by the City on August 17, 2018 from the applicant, as a second partial submittal, in response to the City’s 90-day letter requesting further clarification/ supplemental material in support of their SB 35 application.

Response Letter dated August 17, 2018

Plans:

Tentative Map:

Submitted on August 24, 2018:

The following information was received by the City on August 24, 2018 from the applicant, as a third partial submittal, in response to the City’s 90-day letter requesting further clarification/ supplemental material in support of their SB 35 application.

Response Letter dated August 24, 2018

Plans:

Tentative Map:

Reports:

Submitted on September 7, 2018:

The following information was received by the City on September 7, 2018 from the applicant, as the fourth submittal, in response to the City's 90-day letter requesting further clarification/supplemental material in support of their SB 35 application.

Response Letter dated September 7, 2018

Preliminary Affordable Housing Plan

Fiscal Impact Analysis

Submitted on September 19, 2018:

Documents were submitted on September 19, 2018, including the plans that were stamped "approved" and attached to the approval letter for the project (see Attachment A above.) This cover letter reflects the submittal, which is available at City Hall.