Current Development Projects

Please contact the City of Patterson Planning Department for more information at 209-895-8020.
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Housing Element Update

The State Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) has provided a letter to the city stating the revisions to the Housing Element will meet the state's requirements for certification. Staff is preparing an updated environmental document and will present the proposed revisions to the Planning Commission and City Council in coming months.

Listed below are the newest businesses in town:
  • Panda Express (open for business) - Walmart Shopping Area Sperry / Ward Avenues
  • Game Stop (open for business) - Sperry / Ward Avenue
  • Togos Sandwich Shop (open for business)
  • Little Ceasars (open for business)
  • Great Clips (open for business)
  • GNC (open for business)
  • Sally's Beauty Supply (open for business)
  • Amazon (Westridge Business Park - Phase 1) (open for business)
  • Patterson Logistics Development (Approved)
  • Restoration Hardware Dist Center (open)
  • Arambel / KDN Business Park (West Patterson Business Park Expansion) - Approved
  • Dominos Pizza (open for business)
  • Prime Shine Car Wash (open for business)
  • Les Schwab Tire Center (coming soon)
  • Baldwin Self Storage (coming soon)
  • Keystone Distribution Center (coming soon)

Housing Projects

  • Wilding Ranch - Approximately 70% complete
  • Patterson Gardens - Approximately 85% complete
  • The Villages of Patterson Project - Applicant delay
    • La Paloma Condominiums (formerly Colony Park Condos) AR 04-05 - 1st phase to move forward
Projects / Programs
  • Downtown Water / Sanitary Sewer System Construction and Replacement-Project finalized - November 2013
  • Las Palmas Senior Housing Project - 1st phase complete

First Time Homebuyer Program

  • 7 families have moved into their homes
  • 2 families are working with realtors to purchase homes

Minor Home Repair Program

  • 12 minor home repair projects finalized
  • Additional applications under review

Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP)

  • 9 properties have closed escrow
  • 5 applicants have moved in
  • All currently owned properties have completed rehabilitation


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