Sierra View


Sierra View Country Club was founded in the 1950 and developed as a private 18 hole country club.  All of the land acquired for the club was not used to build the course leaving a large vacant parcel on the east side of the course.  Over the years the Club viewed this property as potential development land where a golf oriented community could be built nearby to provide housing for Club members and a source of funding for improvements to the club.  In early 1980 the club worked with a developer who envisioned a community of townhomes connected to the club by pathways.  Unfortunately for the club this first effort ended as a result of the recession, high interest rates and market conditions.  In 2005 the Club again explored options to develop the land for the benefit of the club.  Numerous efforts never got off the ground but global economic conditions muted interest in the property. 

In 2020 a member of the club approached Westpark seeking advice on what could be done with the property.  After a number of false starts working with others, the club sought an option that gave them more control of the outcome without the need to make the significant investment required to obtain the entitlements for the property.  Westpark proposed a unique arrangement to provide the expertise and funding to obtain entitlements and all regulatory permits while allowing the club to benefit from the enhanced value of the land that would come with these approvals.  Westpark set out to design a community that would check the box on a number of objectives the club had for the property. 

In November 2020, Westpark prepared a plan for the property and initiated a series of meetings with immediate neighbors to the property.  As is typical of infill development community interest was high and there was much discussion about the “open space” that neighbors had enjoyed for years, though the property had been designated for residential development since at least the early 1990’s.  After a number of meetings with neighbors and with input from the club a plan was developed and submitted to the City of Roseville.

The entitlements included a General Plan Amendment, Rezone and a small lot and large lot tentative maps.  Westpark obtained final approvals in February 2022. 

The property was then sold to local homebuilder JMC Homes and is now under construction.

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  • Low Density Residential, 71 units
  • Park & Open Space, 7.5 acres
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