Lilac Hills Ranch Application


— July 11, 2012

Lilac Hills Ranch announces the release of the development application and Notice of Preparation for the Environmental Impact Report that will initiate the public planning process with the County of San Diego.

Lilac Hills Ranch is a unique proposal for a community grounded in traditional small-town values, embracing 21st Century design and sustainability.  The 608-acre community is located a quarter-mile from Interstate 15 at Old Highway 395 in unincorporated Escondido in North San Diego County.

Lilac Hills Ranch
is studying plans for a walkable community with a village atmosphere containing community serving boutique retail, parks, picnic areas and ball fields, clubhouse, and community recreation facilities such as a pool and tennis courts.  A school site will be provided within walking distance of the majority of homes, along with an active senior neighborhood to promote a healthy lifestyle with aerobics, weight training, and tennis options.  Independent, assisted living and Alzheimer facilities will feature innovative designs to give families housing options for any age. 

Lilac Hills Ranch
is designed to be a multi-generation community with homes for everyone from young families to mature adults with a Village Center to encourage family gathering. “Lilac Hills Ranch is designed to promote healthy living by connecting residents with their environment. The community will provide access to multiple trail systems to promote walking as a pleasant and convenient alternative to driving,” said Jon Rilling, Project Manager, Lilac Hills Ranch.

For more information about Lilac Hills Ranch or to review the development application materials, please click here.

   • Lilac Hills Ranch Rendering

   • Lilac Hills Ranch Regional Location Map

   • Lilac Hills Ranch Specific Location Map

   • Lilac Hills Ranch Environmental Impact Report Notice of Preparation

   • Lilac Hills Ranch CEQA Initial Study - Environmental Checklist Form

   • Lilac Hills Ranch Notice of Preparation Documentaion






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