Jurupa Hills Redevelopment Project
The Jurupa Hills Redevelopment Project was adopted in 1981 and contains approximately 2,607 acres of land. The ultimate build-out of this project area will include approximately 1,160 acres of lower and moderately priced housing, 49 acres of commercial development, and 1,398 acres of public facilities, including open space, schools, parks, and utility corridors. The Jurupa Hills Project encompasses major portions of the southern area of the City south of Jurupa Avenue.
The Southridge Village Specific Plan governs the major development in this Project area. The construction of the major backbone infrastructure has been completed in all three phases of Southridge Village. Phases I and II are nearly built-out; construction in Phase III is on-going, with several tracts completed. The Jurupa Hills Redevelopment Plan has been amended twice to increase the limits on bonded indebtedness. Amendment No. 3 was adopted on November 15, 1994, to bring the Jurupa Hills Redevelopment Plan in conformity with the requirements of AB 1290.
Follow the links below to view information about the project plan:
Note: The complete plan is extremely large, and it is recommended that you have a DSL connection in order to download the document.