KEEP ROCKVILLE RURAL COMMITTEE
A Division of Rockville Homeowners Association
Dear Solano County Residents,
A developer has plans to urbanize our rural area by building 66 homes adjacent to Rockville Rd and Suisun Valley Road. The photo above is the 33 acres site that is currently being used as grazing land for horses and cows. It borders Rockville Road and Oakwood Drive as well as Suisun Valley Road to the East.
This is the same developer who proposed, and the County Board of Supervisors approved; 33 homes on the same property 2010. They then cancelled their plans in February of 2011, claiming poor market and economic conditions. The board rescinded all entitlements and returned the property to 1 acre minimum lot size.
In June of 2011 we were notified by Solano County Department of Resource Management that Woodcreek had filed a Project Application for review with plans to build 66 homes in the same area. They have one entrance to their development off the already busy Suisun Valley Road and one potentially hazardous entrance on Rockville Road.
Not only will this development affect everyone who uses Rockville Road or Suisun Valley Rd to travel to and from home, work and school; it shows blatant disregard for the concerns of the tax payers in the area.
The Board of Supervisors approved 60 homes on this project on February 2, 2016. We are seeking supporters to help us fight to keep these suburban “Stack & Pack” type developments out of the rural area of Rockville and Suisun Valley. Please visit our website: www.KeepRockvilleRural.com for more information on how you can donate online and view updates.