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GREATER SACRAMENTO

THE FUTURE
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Site Submission
Supplement
Prepared by
The Greater Sacramento Economic Council
October 19th, 2017
Electronically Available @
www.relentlessregion.com
Greater Sacramento Economic Council
Primary Point of Contact:
John Krueger
jkrueger@selectsacramento.com
+1 916 287 9071

TA BL E OF CON T EN T S
T he Br idge Dis t r ic t ( We s t S acr amen t o) . .............. . . . . . 7
The Bridge District Site Information................................................................................... 8
Vicinity Plan....................................................................................................................... 18
Site Plan............................................................................................................................. 19
Parcel Plan........................................................................................................................ 20
GBD TBD Aerial 1.............................................................................................................. 21
GBD TBD Aerial 2.............................................................................................................. 22
TBD Utilities Map.............................................................................................................. 23
Transportation Overview................................................................................................... 24
Transport Downtown - Bike and Pedestrian.................................................................... 27
Transport Downtown - Transit.......................................................................................... 28
Transport Downtown Road Projects................................................................................. 29
Transport Downtown - Accessibility Region..................................................................... 30
West Sacramento Bridge District Incentives Table.......................................................... 31

R ail yar ds (Ci t y o f S acr amen t o) .......................... . . . . 3 4


Cover Letter....................................................................................................................... 35
Project Summary............................................................................................................... 37
Railyards Powerpoint........................................................................................................ 41
Electric Utility SMUD Railyards........................................................................................ 79
Transportation Overview................................................................................................... 80
Transport Downtown - Bike and Pedestrian.................................................................... 84
Transport Downtown - Transit.......................................................................................... 85
Transport Downtown Road Projects................................................................................. 86
Transport Downtown- Accessibility Region...................................................................... 87

Nor t h Na t om a s - For mer Sleep Tr ain A r ena (Ci t y o f


S acr amen t o)............... ..................................... . . . 88
Site Overview..................................................................................................................... 89
Natomas Specific Plan.................................................................................................... 113
Technical Documentation............................................................................................... 134
Electric Utility.................................................................................................................. 155
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 156
I-5 North - Active Transportation.................................................................................... 159
I-5 North - Accessibility.................................................................................................. 160
I-5 North - Road Projects................................................................................................ 161
I-5 North Transit.............................................................................................................. 162

E a s t on P lac e (S acr amen t o C oun t y)..................... . . 16 3


Aerojet Easton Sacramento County................................................................................ 164
Easton Package............................................................................................................... 166
Easton Sacramento County Locaton MAP...................................................................... 179
Easton Sac County Locaton MAP.................................................................................... 180
Zoning Memo Aerojet RFI Easton................................................................................... 181
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 184
US50 East Active Transportation.................................................................................... 187
US50 East-Road Projects................................................................................................ 188
US50 East-Transit........................................................................................................... 189
US50 East Accessibility................................................................................................... 190

Fols om .. . ......................................................... . . . 191


City of Folsom Letter....................................................................................................... 192
Folsom Chamber............................................................................................................. 195
Folsom Narrative Storyboard.......................................................................................... 198
Corporate Office Sites..................................................................................................... 201
Folsom Site2 Response................................................................................................... 202
Electric Utility.................................................................................................................. 205
Folsom............................................................................................................................. 205
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Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 206
US50 East Active Transportation.................................................................................... 209
US50 East - Road Projects.............................................................................................. 210
US50 East - Transit......................................................................................................... 211
US50 East Accessibility................................................................................................... 212

E l Dor ado Hills (El Dor ado C oun t y)..................... . . 213


El Dorado County Expanded........................................................................................... 214
EDH Brochure.................................................................................................................. 217
El Dorado County Selected Parcels................................................................................ 222
El Dorado County R&D Assessors Plat Map.................................................................. 224
El Dorado County Industrial Assessors Plat Map.......................................................... 225
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 226
US50 East Active Transportation.................................................................................... 229
US50 East - Road Projects.............................................................................................. 230
US50 East - Transit......................................................................................................... 231
US50 East Accessibility................................................................................................... 232

Ci t y o f R os e v ille.. ............................................. . . 2 3 3
City of Roseville Potential Sites...................................................................................... 234
290 Conference Center Drive.......................................................................................... 239
Panhandle Site................................................................................................................. 253
Placer 2130...................................................................................................................... 265
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 266
South Placer - Active Transportation............................................................................. 270
South Placer - Road Projects......................................................................................... 271
South Placer - Transit..................................................................................................... 272
South Placer - Accessibility............................................................................................ 273
Ci t y o f L inc oln............ ..................................... . . 2 74
Lincoln Mayor Cover Letter............................................................................................. 275
Lincoln Pappas Cover Letter.......................................................................................... 277
Lincoln Site Summary..................................................................................................... 279
Lincoln Site...................................................................................................................... 283
DGA Lincoln Site.............................................................................................................. 285
Site AP Map..................................................................................................................... 286
Lincoln Site Topo............................................................................................................. 287
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 289
South Placer - Active Transportation............................................................................. 291
South Placer - Road Projects......................................................................................... 292
South Placer - Transit..................................................................................................... 293
South Placer - Accessibility............................................................................................ 294

Uni t ed A ubur n Indian C ommuni t y Tr ib al L and Si t e .. 2 95


Cover Letter..................................................................................................................... 296
Proposal........................................................................................................................... 299
Site................................................................................................................................... 307
Sacramento Region......................................................................................................... 312
Regional-Map.................................................................................................................. 317
Site Map........................................................................................................................... 318
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 319

Ci t y o f E lk Gr ove.............................................. . . 3 21
Elk Grove Site Proposal................................................................................................... 322
Referenced Figures......................................................................................................... 334
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 341
Elk Grove ATP.................................................................................................................. 343
Elk Grove - Road Project................................................................................................. 344

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Elk Grove - Transit........................................................................................................... 345
Elk Grove - Accessibility.................................................................................................. 346
Elk Grove - Transit........................................................................................................... 347

Me t r o A ir P ar k (S acr amen t o C oun t y) . ................. . . 3 4 8


Sacramento County Metro Air Park Submittal.............................................................. 349
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 351
Metro Air Park Exhibits 2017-10-05............................................................................... 354
Amazon HQ2 Metro Airpark Sac County Location MAP................................................. 355
Amazon HQ Metro Airpark Contour Green..................................................................... 356
I-5 North - Accessibility.................................................................................................. 357
I-5 North - Active Transportation.................................................................................... 358
I-5 North - Road Projects................................................................................................ 359
I-5 North - Transit........................................................................................................... 360
SMUD Metro Air Park...................................................................................................... 361

S u t t er P oin t e (S u t t er C oun t y)............................ . . 36 2


Sutter County Proposal................................................................................................... 363
Sutter Pointe Amazon HQ2............................................................................................. 373
Transportation Overview................................................................................................. 376
I-5 North - Active Transportation.................................................................................... 379
I-5 North - Road Projects................................................................................................ 380
I-5 North - Transit........................................................................................................... 381
The Bridge Dis tric t (Wes t
Sacramento)

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T he Bri d g e D is t r i c t S i t e I n f o r m a t i o n
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THE WEST SACRAMENTO RIVERFRONT
Three Distinct Districts: Compact, Connected and Collaborative
West Sacramentos extensive waterfront investment and planning has set the stage for
redevelopment of three connected, but very distinct riverfront districts. From north to
south, these are the Washington District, the Bridge District (the proposed site), and
Pioneer Bluff (see figure 1 map/aerial showing TBD, Washington, Pioneer Bluff). Since
incorporation in 1987, West Sacramento community leaders have invested considerable
energy and capital to reclaim and revitalize its downtown riverfront into connected and
sustainable mixed-use neighborhoods.

Development Capacity Residential Units

Bridge District 4.8 million sf 3,600

Washington District 2.8 million sf 3,300

Pioneer Bluff 4.1 million sf 3,200

Total 11.7 million sf 10,100

The Bridge District


The first riverfront area, and the proposed site for Amazon HQ2, is the Bridge District
(TBD), named for its location between the iconic Tower Bridge and Capital City
Freeways Pioneer Bridge. TBD is designed and engineered as a dense, mixed use,
urban scale walkable neighborhood served by transit and connected with tree lined
bicycle and pedestrian paths. Green building features include an urban street grid of
smaller block sizes with enhanced pedestrian amenities including wayfinding art,
reduced parking standards, concrete streets to reduce heat islands, publicly funded,
shared public parking facilities and an innovative stormwater system that infiltrates
directly to groundwater. The transit oriented development pattern, transit service and
proximity to major jobs centers, retail and entertainment facilitates bicycle, pedestrian
and streetcar modes of travel. The defining feature of TBD is its mile long River Walk
park with the BARN venue, Mill Street Pier and public art. River Walk Park is is being
developed as a day and night destination flanked by retail, restaurants and
entertainment.
Riverfront trails and scenic views are a short walk from office or home. Two
entertainment centers offer festivals, sporting events and concerts. Raley Field, home of
the Sacramento River Cats, the AAA-affiliate of the San Francisco Giants; and the Barn,
a regional landmark event center anchored by Drakes Brewing Company. Over 1,000
new homes have been built surrounding Garden Park. All development entitlements and
environmental studies have been completed. The Bridge District is poised for immediate
construction of the initial phases of Amazon HQ2 and fully-entitled for up to 8 million
square feet of office and commercial uses. The Bridge District is truly shovel-ready for
immediate construction and proposed site for the first few phases of HQ2. Detailed
information for this proposed site follows.
The Washington District
Immediately north, is the Washington District, the Citys historic neighborhood where
turn-of-the-century Victorians and bungalows blend with new townhomes, restaurants
and retail uses. In 2013, the City Council adopted the Washington Sustainable
Community Strategy, a blueprint for compact, walkable and transit-oriented
development, weaving together historic homes and neighborhood centers with new
homes, offices and retail. Two existing Class A office buildings on the banks of the
Sacramento River house the California Department of General Services and the
California Teachers Retirement System. The area has about 100 acres of land for
another 2.8 million sf. of office and commercial uses, and 3,300 new homes. An
existing, 1,500-home neighborhood, the Rivers, offers newer housing a few minutes to
the north. The Washington neighborhood is connected to downtown Sacramento and
the Downtown Railyards development by the historic I Street Bridge over the
Sacramento River. A new wider, pedestrian and bicycle-friendly bridge replacement is in
final design with construction to begin in 2018 and completion by 2020. The Downtown
Riverfront Streetcar will travel through this district, along 3rd Street to the new bridge,
while the existing two-level bridge will continue to serve passenger rail (Amtrak Capital
Corridor) on the lower track. The existing upper bridge span is being studied for
exclusive pedestrian and bicycle recreational use, strengthening linkages between West
Sacramento, downtown Sacramento and the Sacramento Railyards.

Pioneer Bluff

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Pioneer Bluff is the third riverfront planning area that the City is preparing to convert
from industrial to waterfront mixed uses. The Pioneer Bluff Transition Plan contemplates
redevelopment of close to 86 acres for up to 3,200 homes, and 4.1 million sf. of offices
and commercial/retail use. As a future redevelopment area, Pioneer Bluff could
accommodate Amazons future expansion from 2027 and beyond. The Washington
District can accommodate additional HQ2 expansion in the near term, while Pioneer
Bluff would have additional capacity beyond 2027.
Property information for the Bridge District, the Citys proposed HQ2 site, follows this
introduction.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BRIDGE DISTRICT

Prominent Riverfront Location


The Bridge District comprises more than one mile of river frontage, commanding sweeping
views of the Sacramento River and City skyline. Riverfront activation is built into the Specific
Plan for the district and creates a strong sense of place as both sides of the river expand and
grow into usable public spaces. A trail exists along the riverfront allowing walkers, bikers and
runners to enjoy nature and wildlife along the riverfront. Three public art projects are currently
being installed along the river, while more public art is planned for the future of the area.

Shovel Ready Location


The Bridge District is fully zoned and entitled for 12 million square feet of commercial
development. New development may proceed as a matter of right without further environmental
or government review.

Existing Infrastructure
The Bridge District has invested over $100 million to fully construct all necessary infrastructure
for the development of the first 9.6 million square feet of development. Water, wastewater,
stormwater drainage, gas, electricity and fiber optic and telecom infrastructure is in place to
proposed sites.

Connectivity
City owned telecommunications facilities in all the Right of Way in TBD provides first in class
fiber connectivity including neutral last mile. Extensive broadband conduit and active fiber
networks are present. The District has existing 2 conduit pair and 4 pair runs. WAVE and
Consolidated Communications offer Industrial class fiber optic broadband service. The City
owns a 1.25 conduit with proximity to a Verizon data center, a Level III data center. The
Districts conduit and proximity to long haul, intercity routes provides the ability to develop IT
systems with superior performance and resilience of redundant architectures that can scale with
business needs.

Dedicated Financial Increment


The Bridge District is governed by a development agreement and Specific Plan that requires
future tax increment to be used for the development of new parks, riverfront amenities and
recreational facilities within the district.

Excellent Freeway Access, Visibility and Street Car Access, Transit And Mobility
The Bridge District is adjacent to Interstate 80/U.S. 50, with freeway on and off ramps easily
accessible to all areas of the district. West Sacramentos location on the western edge of
Sacramento offers quick access to the San Francisco Bay Area. Interstate Highways 5, 80, and
U.S. 50 and 99 all converge in West Sacramento. The site is served by the Tower Bridge, a
Sacramento landmark, which provides quick and convenient access to the State Capitol,
downtown Sacramento and Old Sacramento. The Downtown Riverfront Street Car has been
fully funded and has been awarded for the construction of a riverfront street car system
connecting TBD to the major employment and activity nodes in the downtown, including Golden
1 Center, the State Capitol and the Union Pacific railway station. Service is scheduled to begin
in 2021. Sacramento Regional Transit and YoloBus both provide convenient daily
service.

Cornerstone of Emerging Smart Growth Community.


The development of TBD is guided by principals of smart growth, which encourage a mixture
of land uses that encourage people to live, work and play in the same neighborhood.

Significant Amenities
The Bridge District is located on the riverfront parkway within close (walkable) proximity to the
downtown core, the Golden 1 Center, Crocker Museum and Midtown Sacramento.

Strong Public Support


The Bridge District is a City Council focus area and City staff at all levels will provide Amazon
the highest level of customer service. West Sacramento is consistently ranked as one of the
most business-friendly development services departments in Northern California. The City will
deliver building permits for Phase I construction within 90-days of building permit application.

Highly Capable Project Team


The Fulcrum Property team is comprised of a group of highly experienced individual, each
bringing years of experience and a range of skillsets to the table. Their portfolio includes some
of the most significant projects in our region, including the master plan and development of the
Golden 1 Center Arena. Their team delivers architecturally distinctive projects that influence the
way people work, shop, and live. They anchor their properties in sustainable design principles
that bring aesthetic, social, and economic value to the tenants and communities they serve.

Strong Incentive Opportunities

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The proposed Amazon HQ2 site in the Bridge District features a flexible and beneficial incentive
package that has already been approved by the West Sacramento City Council, including tax
increment financing and development streamlining.

The City will finance any new public infrastructure, structured parking, parks, trails, and public
art needed to support the HQ2 project through an existing tax increment financing district
New construction is exempt from development impact fees
Only a building permit is needed to begin construction
Building permit fees may be deferred until final occupancy
Downtown Riverfront Streetcar transit with direct service to the HQ2 site will be operational by
2021

A tax increment financing (TIF) district has already been established by the City to benefit
development in the Bridge District. The City can invest up to 38% of the incremental property
tax generated by HQ2 and other projects for structured parking, streets, sidewalks, utilities,
transit, bicycle and pedestrian trails, parks and public art. The TIF is guaranteed to be available
to finance these improvements through approved Development Agreements with land owners.
Specific improvements for HQ2 to be financed with TIF, such as parking structures, can be
proposed for approval by the West Sacramento City Council following Amazons selection of
West Sacramentos Bridge District for further consideration.

Calculation of Annual TI:


Phase I 1 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $1,140,000
Phase II 2 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $2,280,000
Phase III 3 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $3,420,000
Phase IV 2 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $2,280,000
Total Annual TI: $9,120,000

Incentive Timetable
The TIF district is already in place for the Bridge District. Financing commitments for specific
HQ2 improvements would be made by the City Council following the identification of those
improvements by Amazon, which could be accomplished in advance of the initial phase of HQ2.
The TIF commitment to those improvements could include up to 100 percent of the cost, and
could be structured as direct TIF investment by the City or as annual TIF reimbursements to
Amazon for at least 20 years

See Attached Incentives Table

SITE INFORMATION FOR GREATER SAC


A. Basic Site Data and Site Attribute
a. Address (street, city, county, state and postal code)
i. The Bridge District, West Sacramento, California, 95691
b. Zoning and allowable uses
i. The Bridge District is fully zoned and entitled for 12 million square feet of
commercial development. New development may proceed as a matter of
right without further environmental or government review.
c. Neighboring land uses
i. Mixed land use. Industrial, residential, commercial
d. Size in acres
i. 188 acres
e. Shape of site
i. The sites hug the riverfront and expand outward offering a variety of
areas for growth, development and expansion.
f. Potential for expansion
i. Yes, future expansion areas are adjacent to the Bridge District, in the the
Washington District and Pioneer Bluff area of West Sacramento.
g. Geotechnical status, including bearing capacity, verification of seismic risk and
water table elevation
i. The test borings performed within the area encountered surface
and near-surface soils consisting of medium dense, silty sands
underlain by loose, relatively cohesionless, poorly graded fine
sands to the maximum depths explored of approximately 15 to 20
feet below existing site grades. Results of the CPTs and a review of
deeper subsurface exploration performed by others in the area
indicates the soils at greater depths are somewhat variable and
consist of interlayered medium stiff to stiff clays, medium stiff silts,
and loose to very dense sands to depths of 5112 feet.
ii. Full Geotechnical Engineering Report available upon request.

h. Indicate if site is in a special zone for federal, state or local incentives


Yes, site is located in a Tax Increment Financing District - refer to
Incentives table.
i. Ownership: Public or private. If private provide name and contact information of
owner.
i. There are five principal owners in the district who have worked
collaboratively together to create a basic framework of the district
including the Specific Plan and zoning and entitlements. Each joined
together in submitting application.
ii. Fulcrum Property, Ramos, Clark Pacific, Unger, Savage
1. Contact: Mark Friedman 916.383.3333

B. Maps and Photography (Please provide the following maps, plans and photos)
a. Site plan, showing boundaries of lot; highway access; ingress and egress for
employees and trucks
b. Utilities map, showing existing and planned lines

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c. Map must include electric power, water, and gas lines
d. Aerial photos, if available
e. Topography map
f. Flood plain map
g. Feel free to include links to web sites and videos about the property
i. TBD Music Festival held at The Bridge District in 2014
ii. TBD Music Festival held at The Bridge District in 2015
iii. The Bridge District website welcome video

C. Reports and Studies (Please provide the following reports and studies, if available)
a. Wetlands report
i. Sites have been studied and no environmental conditions warrant further study.
Available upon request.
b. Phase 1 environmental report
i. Sites have been studied and no environmental conditions warrant further study.
Available upon request.
c. Soil boring reports
D. Risks
a. Indicate risk of flooding
i. Low Risk: The Bridge District is one of the highest locations in the
Sacramento region. The average ground elevation exceeds the height of
most levees along the Sacramento River. As a result the Bridge District
provides an extraordinary level of flood protection without relying on the
performance of the levee system. Location is above the 200 year flood
plain.
b. Indicate the frequency of major weather events within 50 miles of the site,
including tornadoes,hurricanes, tropical storms, damaging rain storms, major
snowstorms, floods, wild fires and seismic activity.
c. Verify the absence of endangered species and archaeological remnants or
address potential concerns.
i. None of the specified species or archaeological concerns are present

E. Utilities Electric

a. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) provides electric service to the Bridge
District.
b. Additional time is needed to provide reliability data
c. An electric substation is located within 4,000 to 8,000 feet from parcels. Two
substation banks with extensive distribution 12 kV electric lines and a 115 kV line
that runs to the west, are located within 6,000 to 8,000 feet. Transmission level
service could be provided from this line. This active development area has
ongoing electric infrastructure upgrades. PG&E is highly confident that it can
meet Amazons desired level of service and timeline.
d. Electric utilities are in place
e. Electric utility upgrades, if needed, are generally subject to a cost-sharing
formula
f. For 2016, PG&Es electric generation mix system-wide is:
- 33% Renewables (13% Solar, 8% Wind, 5% Geothermal, 4%
Bioenergy, 3% Small Hydroelectric)
- 24% Nuclear
- 17% Natural gas and other fossil fuels
- 14% Market Purchases
- 12% Large Hydroelectric

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Transportation Overview

The Bridge District


Proximity to major highways and arterial roads:
Major roadway construction has already been completed within the Bridge District,
including bike lanes and pedestrian facilities, and connecting the site with West
Sacramentos downtown core and the Tower Bridge to downtown Sacramento
West Sacramentos Bridge District is within a half-mile of Interstate 80 West to the
Bay Area, and connects within a half-mile to the east to Interstate 5 (Southern
California to Washington), State Route 99 (Sacramento Valley to Bakersfield), and
U.S. 50 (Sacramento to the East Coast).
Driving time to Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose via Interstate 80 is generally
under two hours except in peak commute periods.
Proximity to the international airport:
Driving time between the Bridge District and Sacramento International Airport (SMF)
is about 15 minutes (off-peak) and 25 minutes (peak). Yolobus also offers bus service
(about a 30-minute ride) between the Bridge District and the airport.
SMF offers over 150 nonstop flights daily to cities across the US and abroad. Among
nonstop locations are Seattle (2 hours); New York (5 hours); San Francisco (1 hour);
and Washington D.C. (5 hours). In September 2017, J.D. Powers named SMF as the
mid-size airport with the highest customer service rating in the U.S.

Proximity to Rail Service:


Frequent bus service, Uber, Lyft and taxi service link the Bridge District to the
Sacramento Valley Intermodal Station and Capitol Corridor train service between the
Sacramento region and Bay Area. The 15 daily round trips available today are
expected to expand over time.
Travel on the Capitol Corridor, offering comfortable seats, wifi, work tables, and
views of the San Francisco Bay, is competitive with driving, especially during peak
hours. Trains take an hour and 25 minutes between the Intermodal station and
Richmond, with on-site connections to BART service throughout the Bay Area; 1 hour
38 minutes to Emeryville, offering immediate bus connections to downtown San
Francisco; and 1 hour 50 minutes to Oakland.

Employee Transportation Options

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There is frequent intercity bus service between Woodland, Davis, West Sacramento
and Sacramento. A regular downtown shuttle also connects the West Sacramento
and Sacramento cores across the river. A new streetcar is anticipated to open for
service by 2020 with stops in West Sacramento, downtown Sacramento, midtown
Sacramento, including at the Intermodal and downtown light rail stations. Light rail
users from throughout the region can directly bicycle or walk over the Tower Bridge
to/from the Bridge District from light rail stations located about a mile away.
West Sacramento recently undertook a demonstration of an autonomous shuttle
that could provide service within the Bridge District.
In 2018, the City will pilot an on-demand microtransit service that will serve the entire
city, including the Bridge District.
Currently 10% of trips into West Sacramento are made by walking, biking and transit.
Bikes are allowed on bus bicycle racks and on Capitol Corridor and light rail trains,
providing first mile/last mile connections to the Bridge District and West
Sacramentos existing and planned network of bicycle facilities. The new Bikeshare
system provides even greater access within West Sacramento and across the river
to Sacramento. 1 Sacramento Area Council of Governments
The City is beginning to convert existing on-street bike lanes to protected bike lanes,
and constructing additional trail connections along the riverfront.
The four major highways that converge near West Sacramento provide convenient
access for employees driving from areas throughout the region.
Two projects to replace and improve the existing I Street Bridge and create a new
Broadway Bridge are planned across the Sacramento River, providing additional
driving, transit, bicycle and pedestrian access to and from the Bridge District.
Waze is currently providing on-demand ride-matching in the region. An expanding
carpool and bus lane network on the major highways will also improve travel time for
commuters choosing to rideshare or use transit.
The Yolo Transportation Management Association (TMA) offers an Emergency Ride
Home Program, vanpool and rideshare matching, and other assistance for member
employers seeking to provide transportation information and benefits to their
employees.
Bike and pedestrian access available.
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AMAZON 31
Approved Local Incentives
The proposed Amazon HQ2 site in the Bridge District features a flexible and beneficial
incentive package that has already been approved by the West Sacramento City Council,
including tax increment financing and development streamlining.

The City will finance any new public infrastructure, structured parking, parks, trails,
and public art needed to support the HQ2 project through an existing tax increment
financing district
New construction is exempt from development impact fees
Only a building permit is needed to begin construction
Building permit fees may be deferred until final occupancy
Downtown Riverfront Streetcar transit with direct service to the HQ2 site will be
operational by 2021

A tax increment financing (TIF) district has already been established by the City to benefit
development in the Bridge District. The City can invest up to 38% of the incremental
property tax generated by HQ2 and other projects for structured parking, streets,
sidewalks, utilities, transit, bicycle and pedestrian trails, parks and public art. The TIF is
guaranteed to be available to finance these improvements through approved
Development Agreements with land owners. Specific improvements for HQ2 to be
financed with TIF, such as parking structures, can be proposed for approval by the West
Sacramento City Council following Amazons selection of West Sacramentos Bridge
District for further consideration.

Calculation of Annual TI:


Phase I 1 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $1,140,000
Phase II 2 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $2,280,000
Phase III 3 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $3,420,000
Phase IV 2 million sf. @ $300 psf. = $2,280,000
Total Annual TI: $9,120,000

Incentive Timetable
The TIF district is already in place for the Bridge District. Financing commitments for
specific HQ2 improvements would be made by the City Council following the identification
of those improvements by Amazon, which could be accomplished in advance of the initial
phase of HQ2. The TIF commitment to those improvements could include up to 100
percent of the cost, and could be structured as direct TIF investment by the City or as
annual TIF reimbursements to Amazon for at least 20 years.
Required Guaranteed
Incentive Location of Timing of Calculation of Eligibility mechanisms Benefit Yes/No? Recapture or
Description Incentive payment/realization amount Requirement(s) and Period Explain if Clawbacks?
approvals needed

City Tax The Bridge At first phase of Up to 38% of Use of the tax Specific At least Yes, TIF is in None
Increment District, development. annual increment must public 20 years approved
Financing West property tax be for public facilities Development
The incremental
(TIF) Sacramento increment infrastructure, proposed for Agreements.
increase in property
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taxes generated by
HQ2 streets, West improvements
HQ2 are available
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each year.
utilities, transit, City Council Council
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public art.

Yolo County West 30 days following Up to Local hiring and Contract with 12 month Yes, with None
Workforce Sacramento Initial employment $225,000 per training Yolo County contracts contract
year reimbursements approval

PG&E West Initial occupancy 12% reduction Electric demand PG&E 5-year EDR Customer None
Electricity Sacramento of electricity of >200kW and Application term with Agreement
Discount cost EDR required to and GO-Biz 5-year with PG&E
Rate (EDR) located in approval renewals
California

Energy West Construction Rebates for Construction of Application Ongoing No, subject to None
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Design exceeding agreement Rebate
Rebates Title 24 before Agreement
Energy Code construction

AMAZON 33
R ailyar ds (Cit y of
Sacramento)
Co ve r L e t t e r

AMAZON 35

October 19, 2017

Amazon
Office of Economic Development
c/o Site Manager Golden
2121 7th Ave
Seattle, WA 98121

To Whom It May Concern,

Subject: Amazon HQ2 RFP Response

As the owners and master developers, it is with great excitement that Downtown
Railyard Venture (DRV) submits The Railyards as a unique and viable site for the
Amazon HQ2 facility. We are confident that the project will meet and exceed all of
the requisite criteria laid out in the RFP.

Our proposal reflects an initial phase urban campus opportunity of 5 million square
feet situated on 20 acres in the urban core of downtown Sacramento. That initial
campus sits adjacent to the Interstate 5 Freeway, and wraps around the Central
Shops Historical District and the Intermodal transit hub in The Railyards. Future
phases of the campus can be provided by the adjacent parcels in the DRV project,
or additional development in and around the intermodal transit hub. The entire
Amazon HQ2 proposed campus is connected by dedicated pedestrian and bicycle
routes through the entire site that connect seamlessly to the regional grid. The
Railyards also provides extensive housing opportunities, and is in close proximity to
additional housing and commercial development opportunities in The Bridge District
across the Sacramento River, providing an excellent opportunity to tie the
development into the Sacramento Riverfront.

During the week, an Amazon employee will wake up from his residence in The
Railyards, grab a coffee in the Central Shops and take the Amtrak train to meet
clients or co-workers in the Bay Area for 9AM meeting and be back for afternoon
meetings at the Amazon HQ2. On a Saturday that same person could take a 50 mile
round trip bike ride along the American River bike trail and then walk to a Major
League Soccer game in The Railyards, or a basketball game or concert at the newly
completed Golden One Center. The Railyards offers unparalleled connectivity and
urban amenities for innovative employers and employees.

With The Railyards entitlements complete, DRV and the City of Sacramento can
deliver the Phase I buildings (up to 500K square feet) by 2019. The City of
Sacramento is committed to working with DRV and Amazon to make sure that this
tight deadline will be made a reality.

Regards,

Denton Kelley
Managing Principal
Downtown Railyard Ventures, LLC

D O WN TO WN R A IL YAR D VEN TUR E


980 9th Street, Suite 2550, Sacramento, CA 95814 | info@railyards.com | (916) 570-5370

Pro j e c t S u m m a r y

AMAZON 37
DOW NTOW N
R A ILYA R D V ENTU R E

980 9th Street, Suite 2550


Sacramento, CA 95814

info@railyards.com
(916) 570-5370

THE RAILYARDS: PROJECT SUMMARY


The Railyards is a 244 acre urban infill project located in the heart of
downtown Sacramento. The Railyards will double the size of Sacramentos
central business district. As one of the largest urban infill projects in the
nation, the scale and location provide the opportunity to redefine the
Sacramento regions urban core environment and lifestyle. The project has
achieved some recent major successes with two major catalytic anchors:
a Kaiser Hospital Campus and a Major League Soccer Stadium. The site
represents an ideal and unique opportunity for Amazon to establish an iconic
presence in downtown Sacramento adjacent to the regions public transit hub
(intermodal station) and the Sacramento Riverfront. With 10,000 housing
units entitled in The Railyards, it is possible for 20% or more of Amazons
workforce to live within walking distance in The Railyards.

The site once served as the western terminus of the Transcontinental


Railroad. At the time, it was a hub of innovation, entrepreneurship and
technology, and was the largest employment center in the region. That
historic era is represented by the Central Shops Historic District, which
serves as the foundational cultural amenity of the project. Amazons HQ2
represents a rare opportunity for history to come full circle in The Railyards,
as a primary regional employment center and once again a center of
innovation, entrepreneurship and technology.

The Railyards will integrate all the elements that are attractive to a
modern and healthy urban lifestyle, including proximity to public transit,
comprehensive bike and pedestrian networks, employment centers and
dynamic recreation and entertainment opportunities. The Railyards is a unique
urban development opportunity that has the ability to generate tremendous
economic development impacts for the entire Northern California region.

Entitlements
The project is fully entitled for 1,100 hotel keys, 10,000 residential units,
5M square feet of commercial, 1.2M square foot medical office and hospital
campus (Kaiser Hospital) and a 22,000 seat capacity Major League Soccer
(MLS) stadium. All CEQA, City and other requisite agency approvals were
obtained in November of 2016. The project is broadly zoned for C3 with a
Central Business District General Plan designation. This zoning allows for
unlimited height restrictions throughout most of the project and a broad mix
of urban uses.

Timing
Work has commenced on the MLS stadium and it is anticipated to be complete
and open by March of 2020. Kaisers anticipated opening is fall of 2023. The
Kaiser Hospital campus will be comprised of 350-400 hospital beds and
300K square feet of outpatient medical office buildings. Kaiser anticipates
having 2,500 employees at this campus once complete. The first mixed use
residential project (276 units) is currently being designed and construction
will commence in the spring of 2019.

Innovation District
Central to The Railyards vision, is the Innovation District. This district is
envisioned as a host of different tech and innovation employers, education
centers and creative offices and incubators. The Innovation Districts urban
plan is ideal for a corporate tech tenant who is looking to establish a
headquarters or large footprint in a vibrant, urban location.

The Innovation District has been purposefully designed with larger urban
parcels (3-4 acres) to accommodate the modern facility needs of technology
and innovation oriented employers. This unique master plan design allows
for large floor plate office buildings (30-50K square feet) while preserving
the urban pedestrian experience with dedicated pedestrian realms that are
activated by street level restaurant and retail programming.

Fiber and Tech Infrastructure


The Railyards also has the benefit of tremendous fiber bandwidth capacity.
With over 15 Class I fiber providers transecting the project, there are
few urban locations in the country that rival this fiber infrastructure. The
Railyards vision is to leverage this existing fiber infrastructure into a unique
value proposition for tech and innovation users. By providing ample empty
fiber conduit in all the roads, The Railyards can offer a neutral last mile fiber
solution for all Railyards tenants. This neutral last mile would aggregate
at a Railyards Point of Presence (PoP) that would aggregate a number of
the existing Class I providers to provide the necessary backhaul services.
It is worth noting that with Sacramentos location between San Francisco
(tech employer hub) and Reno (major data center hub for Google, Apple
and Switch), the fiber latency performance to either of these markets from
Sacramento is under .08 milliseconds. This infrastructure adjacency in The
Railyards would accommodate a completely virtualized innovation campus
with all systems located in the Cloud that has no perceptible degradation
of performance.

History
Located on the north side of Downtown and along the Sacramento River,
the site once served as the western terminus of the 1860s Transcontinental
Railroad. The 244-acre historic Union Pacific Railyards was the largest
employer in Sacramento and was a fully vertically integrated industrial city
where all components of the steam engine and rail cars were produced and
assembled on site. It is considered one of the most important historical sites
to the American railroad industry. It was the center of railroad innovation for
the 19th Century. What remains of that era are the Central Shops Historic
District the foundational cultural amenity of the project.

AMAZON 39
Central Shops Historic District
The Central Shops Historic District is comprised of over 400K square feet of
19th century masonry industrial buildings. These majestic historical buildings
represent the cultural remains of the projects rich railroading history. The vision
for the Central Shops is an urban chic adaptive reuse of these building into a
mixed use district of retail, restaurants and creative office space. The Central
Shops will have generous amounts of urban public space that can accommodate
farmers markets, cultural festivals and outdoor communal seating areas. The
Central Shops will be the cultural gathering place and entertainment anchor for
the entire Railyards project.

Transportation
The Railyards is located at the confluence of all the modes of public transportation
(Light Rail, Streetcar and Amtrak) that service the Sacramento region. The
Amtrak Capitol Corridor passenger platform is located within The Railyards. This
Amtrak line provides a direct connection into the Bay Area. With over 1.1 million
annual visitors to the Amtrak Sacramento Valley Station (which is projected to
increase to over 15 million by 2030 with 80 high speed trains per day), it is the
seventh busiest Amtrak station and corridor in the country.

Interstate 5 is the main highway access for The Railyards. Interstate 5 runs
through The Railyards and generates 194,000 vehicle trips per day for great
corporate visibility. There are three interchanges (Richards Blvd., I St. and J St.)
that serve as the major vehicular access points for The Railyards.
R a i l yar d s Powe r p o i nt

AMAZON 41
AMAZON HQ2 | OCTOBER 19, 2017

DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE


PROJECT OVERVIEW
DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE

AMAZON 43
THE RAILYARDS: PROJECT SUMMARY

PROJECT OVERVIEW
The Railyards is a 244 acre urban infill project located in the heart of downtown
Sacramento. The Railyards will double the size of Sacramentos central business
district. As one of the largest urban infill projects in the nation, the scale and
location provide the opportunity to redefine the Sacramento regions urban core
environment and lifestyle. The project has achieved some recent major successes
with two major catalytic anchors: a Kaiser Hospital Campus and a Major League
Soccer Stadium. The site represents an ideal and unique opportunity for Amazon
to establish an iconic presence in downtown Sacramento adjacent to the regions
public transit hub (intermodal station) and the Sacramento Riverfront. With
10,000 housing units entitled in The Railyards, it is possible for 20% or more of
Amazons workforce to live within walking distance in The Railyards.

The site once served as the western terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad. At
the time, it was a hub of innovation, entrepreneurship and technology, and was
the largest employment center in the region. That historic era is represented by
the Central Shops Historic District, which serves as the foundational cultural
amenity of the project. Amazons HQ2 represents a rare opportunity for history to
come full circle in The Railyards, as a primary regional employment center and
once again a center of innovation, entrepreneurship and technology.

The Railyards will integrate all the elements that are attractive to a modern and
healthy urban lifestyle, including proximity to public transit, comprehensive bike
and pedestrian networks, employment centers and dynamic recreation and
entertainment opportunities. The Railyards is a unique urban development
opportunity that has the ability to generate tremendous economic development
impacts for the entire Northern California region. 3
SITE PLAN: REGIONAL PROXIMITY

PROJECT OVERVIEW
4

AMAZON 45
SITE PLAN: THE RAILYARDS PROPERTY

PROJECT OVERVIEW
AMAZON HQ2
5
2016

PROJECT OVERVIEW
ENTITLEMENT
PROPERTY

244 acres

RESIDENTIAL

10,000 housing units

HOTEL

1,100 room keys

COMMERCIAL

6 million square feet of office and retail


space

KAISER HOSPITAL

1.2M SF campus

MLS STADIUM

22,000 seat capacity


6

AMAZON 47
PROJECT AMENITIES

PROJECT OVERVIEW
MAJOR ANCHORS = URBAN VIBRANCY

Kaiser Hospital and Medical Campus - $1.5 Billion investment and 2,500 jobs

Major League Soccer stadium - $200 Million project & major entertainment anchor

PUBLIC TRANSIT HUB = PRIME REGIONAL ACCESS

Future intermodal transit station located in The Railyards

AMTRAK Passenger Terminal = 1 Million Annual Ridership

Multiple Light Rail Stops

Streetcar - Urban Connector

UNIQUE AMENITIES = PLACEMAKING

Railyards Historical Central Shops District

Create the Cultural & Retail/Entertainment Center of the project

Railyards Riverfront - 5 Acres

Only privately owned Sacramento River frontage in downtown

3 blocks from Golden 1 Center and Downtown Commons - (>$1 Billion investment)

7
CONNECTIVITY:
TRANSIT

PROJECT OVERVIEW
The Railyards area has played a
historic transportation role within
the City and region. Development
of The Railyards will play this role
once again by establishing a
regional transportation interchange
point at the proposed Sacramento
Intermodal Transportation Facility
(SITF). This opportunity will build
upon the success of Amtrak and
Capitol Corridor services and
encourage the development of a
comprehensive intercity and
commuter rail network.

AMAZON 49
CONNECTIVITY:
CIRCULATION

PROJECT OVERVIEW
The unique location of the
Railyards site allows for
development of the Plan Area to
serve as both a major
transportation hub and as a
connector, reestablishing
continuity in the urban fabric
between Downtown and
surrounding neighborhoods. The
Plan also provides a
comprehensive, context-sensitive
local street network within the
Railyards site that will connect to
the Central City street network.

9
CONNECTIVITY: BICYCLE NETWORK

PROJECT OVERVIEW
10

AMAZON 51
PARKS & OPEN SPACE: 30 ACRES OF URBAN PARKS

PROJECT OVERVIEW
NEIGHBORHOOD
PARK
STANFORD WALK

NEIGHBORHOOD
PARK

MARKET PLAZA
CENTRAL SHOPS

RIVERFRONT
PARK

11
DEVELOPMENT
(WHEN:TIMING)
DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE

AMAZON 53
DEVELOPMENT

DEVELOPMENT
$80 Million Infrastructure Investment in 2018 and 2019 for MLS Stadium,
Kaiser Medical Campus and Housing

Q1 20 MLS Opening Q4 23 Kaiser Opening Q1 20 Housing Q3 23 Boutique Hotel


13
SITE PLAN: PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

DEVELOPMENT
14

AMAZON 55
AMAZON HQ2
THE INNOVATION DISTRICT

DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE


SITE PLAN: AMAZON HQ2

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


16

AMAZON 57
KEY PLAN: PROJECT RENDERING PERSPECTIVES

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


17
HIGHLIGHTS

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


1
Large Urban Parcels

3-4 acres

Urban tech campus

Allows for large floor plate design


(30,000-45,000 SF)

First in class fiber connectivity

Neutral last mile

Urban PoP infrastructure

Unlimited height restrictions

C3 Zoning in Central Business District

244 acre urban infill project controlled


by single owner developer

Generous parks & open spaces - 30+ acres

Diverse housing options for employees

Mutifamily, condos, lofts and affordable


18

AMAZON 59
AMAZON HQ2:

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


CAMPUS OVERVIEW
2
Amazon HQ2 Campus Size: 5M SF
(Expandable to 8M SF)

Amazon HQ2 Campus Footprint: 20


Acres

Block Size: 3-4 Acres

Construction Type:

Mid-rise: 6 stories

High-rise: 20-45 stories

Floor Plates: 20,000-50,000 SF

Parking Garage: 2:1,000 SF - parking


stalls

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Abundant housing adjacent to campus 19


AMAZON HQ2 AT THE RAILYARDS: VIEW FROM CENTRAL SHOPS

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


3 DRAFT

20

AMAZON 61
AMAZON HQ2 AT THE RAILYARDS: CAMPUS PEDESTRIAN PASEO

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


4

21
AMAZON HQ2:

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


PHASE I
5
Site: 5 Acres

Iconic location connected to intermodal


public transit station and Central Shops

Approximately 500,000 SF of office


space in four buildings

20,000-45,000 SF large floor plates

Mid-rise and high-rise product

Parking: 2:1,000 SF

Modern industrial exterior

22

AMAZON 63
AMAZON HQ2 AT THE RAILYARDS: PHASE I

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


6

23
AMAZON HQ2: LIFESTYLE AT THE RAILYARDS (WEEKDAY-AM)

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


24

AMAZON 65
AMAZON HQ2: LIFESTYLE AT THE RAILYARDS (WEEKDAY-PM)

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


25
AMAZON HQ2: LIFESTYLE AT THE RAILYARDS (WEEKENDAM)

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


26

AMAZON 67
AMAZON HQ2: LIFESTYLE AT THE RAILYARDS (WEEKENDPM)

THE INNOVATION DISTRICT


27
CENTRAL SHOPS
DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE

AMAZON 69
HIGHLIGHTS

CENTRAL SHOPS
Unique creative office opportunity with
170,000 SF of historical Central Shops
buildings

Adaptive reuse from 19th century


industrial to gritty modern design

Ability to add 200,000-300,000 SF


additional office in Central Shops for a
total campus of 350,000-500,000 SF

New office building can accommodate


up to 45,000 SF floor plates

20,000-40,000 SF retail (restaurant,


brewery, coffee, etc.)

200 key boutique hotel planned


adjacent to Central Shops

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AMAZON 71
CENTRAL SHOPS

CENTRAL SHOPS
8

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CENTRAL SHOPS

CENTRAL SHOPS
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AMAZON 73
HOUSING & MIXED USE
DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE
HOUSING & MIXED USE

HOUSING & MIXED USE


Who is our likely resident?
Anticipate an extremely diverse population. Initial phases will likely be
value conscious urban dweller, hospital employees, construction
professional
Affordable units in early phases
10,000 units entitled; 5,000-6,000 likely

Amenities for the Railyards residential offering?


Jobs
Proximity to Downtown
Transit Oriented Development
Retail programming
Parks and open space
Historic entertainment district
Connectivity to downtown fabric

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AMAZON 75
ANTICIPATED
INITIAL

HOUSING & MIXED USE


HOUSING
Midrise 4-6 Stories

Mixed-Use

Zoning allows for 250 -


450 units per acre

Market-Rate and
Affordable Housing

Mixed Income Housing


Strategy calls for 300
affordable units during
the first phases of
development. These are
anticipated to be in
mixed-income
developments.
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MIXED USE

HOUSING & MIXED USE


RESIDENTIAL
Start construction 2019

Mixed income housing

276 units

Premium amenities
Pool
Courtyard
Roof deck

Design-Build with
Katerra

Urban chic aesthetic


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AMAZON 77
THANK YOU
DOWNTOWN RAILYARD VENTURE
E l ectri c Ut i l i t y S M U D R a i l ya r d s

Railyards

Legend:

Existing UG/OH
21kV (STD 2304
and NCY 2304)

Railyards Planned Feeder


Tie by 2018

*** Confidential ***

AMAZON 79
Tra n s p o r ta t i o n O ve r v i e w
Transportation Overview

The Railyards
Proximity to major highways and arterial roads:
Major roadway construction has already been completed within the Railyards site,
including bike lanes and pedestrian facilities, connecting the site with Sacramentos
existing downtown area.
The Railyards is within a half-mile of the interstate system, and located near the
convergence of four major U.S. highways: Interstate 5 (Southern California to
Washington), State Route 99 (Sacramento Valley to Bakersfield), Interstate 80 (Bay
Area to Tahoe), and U.S. 50 (Sacramento to the East Coast).
Driving time to Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose via the interstate system is
generally under two hours except in peak commute periods.
Planned interchange improvements in the Downtown area will further improve
access to the highway system.
A rebuilt Sacramento River bridge to the Railyards and new bridges across the
American River at Truxel and the Sacramento River at Broadway will strengthen
connectivity between downtown Sacramento and the West Sacramento riverfront.
Proximity to the international airport:
Driving time between the Railyards and Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is
about 10 minutes (off-peak) and 20 minutes (peak).
In September 2017, JD Powers named SMF as the mid-size airport with the highest
customer service rating in the U.S. SMF offers over 150 nonstop flights daily to cities
across the US and abroad. Among nonstop locations are Seattle (2 hours); New York
(5 hours); San Francisco (1 hour); and Washington D.C. (5 hours).
A future expansion of Sacramentos light rail service is anticipated to provide a direct
connection to the international airport. In the meantime, there is 15-minute direct bus
service between downtown Sacramento and the airport.

Proximity to Rail Service:


The Railyards is adjacent to the Sacramento Valley Intermodal Station, the 2nd
busiest Amtrak Station in California and 7th busiest in the United States.
The Capitol Corridor between the Sacramento region and Bay Area is the fourth
most traveled route in the entire Amtrak system. The 15 daily round trips available
today are expected to increase over time.

AMAZON 81
Travel on the Capitol Corridor, offering work tables, wifi connections, and exclusive
views of the San Francisco Bay, is competitive with driving, especially during peak
hours. Trains take an hour and 25 minutes between Sacramentos Intermodal station
and Richmond, with on-site connections to BART service throughout the Bay Area; 1
hour 38 minutes to Emeryville, offering immediate bus connections to downtown
San Francisco; and 1 hour 50 minutes to Oakland. From a Greyhound station located
near the Railyards, express bus service is also available to/from downtown Oakland
(1.5 hours) and San Franciscos TransBay Terminal (2 hours).
The Sacramento Intermodal station offers light rail, bus, Uber, Lyft and taxi
connections to and from the station.

Employee Transportation Options


Downtown Sacramento is a major hub for light rail lines, local, express and
commuter bus services and vanpools from more outlying communities.
In addition to Bay Area service, the Capitol Corridor provides a local peak hour
commute option from the South Placer County communities of Auburn, Rocklin 1
Sacramento Area Council of Governments and Roseville (30-minute ride) to
Sacramento, and 15 round trips daily from downtown Davis adjacent to the University
of California campus (a 15-minute trip).
The Capitol Corridor is planned to receive service upgrades between South Placer
County, Sacramento and Davis/UC Davis. A SACOG-led feasibility study is also
beginning on further expanding rail service in the segment between Davis and
Sacramento. A new streetcar connecting West Sacramento, downtown and
midtown Sacramento to the Intermodal station is anticipated to open for service by
2020.
Currently 26% of trips to downtown Sacramento are made by walking, biking and
transit.
Bikes are allowed on board Capitol Corridor and light rail trains, and local and
commuter bus bicycle racks, providing first mile/last mile connections to the
Railyards existing and planned network of bicycle facilities. Sacramentos new
Bikeshare system provides even greater access to downtown Sacramentos growing
bicycle network. The Citys Downtown Grid 3.0 plan is continuing to improve bicycle
and pedestrian facilities and streets for focused transit travel and connectivity. The
City is also beginning to convert existing on-street bike lanes to protected bike lanes,
and constructing additional trail connections along the riverfront.
The four major highways serving downtown Sacramento provide convenient access
for employees driving from areas throughout the region.
Waze is currently providing on-demand ride-matching in the region. An expanding
carpool and bus lane network connecting to downtown will also improve travel time
for commuters choosing to rideshare or use transit.
Downtown Sacramento has an active Transportation Management Association
(TMA). The Sacramento TMA offers a Guaranteed Ride Home Program, vanpool and
rideshare matching, and other assistance for employer members and Employee
Transportation Coordinators seeking to provide transportation information and
benefits to their employees
Bike and pedestrian access available

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AMAZON 87
Nor th Natomas - Former
Sleep Train A r ena (Cit y of
Sacramento)
Sit e O ve r v i e w

AMAZON 89
Sacramento / West Sacramento:
A Culture of Innovation

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


1
For the City of Sacramento\
Central Location: Connected, Cultural Region

Railyards, former King arena & Bridge District 100+ acres each of and existing/planned capacity for future phases
developable land with Direct access to interstate and state highways Proximity to major educational institutions include: UC Davis, UC Davis
Existing or planned, for light rail and/or streetcar College of Medicine, CSU Sacramento, and McGeorge School of Law
8 miles or less from Sacramento International Airport & McClellan Diverse housing choices, lower cost than other major California markets:
logistics/aviation center (10,000+ ft. runway) median HH income of $76K versus median housing price $370K in the Sac
Regional population of over 2.5 million with Access to growing labor and Metro area
technology-based talent pool Recreation includes Sacramento & American River bike/ped trail, Discovery
Diverse population (48% white, 20% Hispanic, 12% Asian origin, 20% other Park, regional parks, existing/planned open space on each site
ethnicities). Sacramento and West Sacramento are even more diverse. Urban core with thriving arts/performing arts, music venues, culinary arts,
Railyards & Bridge District 1Assistance
mile from Capitol; professional/college sports, criterion bike/marathon races, cultural events
Downtown Technical PanelN. Natomas site about 5 miles year round, historic/cultural districts. http://www.sacramento365.com/
2 Each
Forsite
thehas infrastructure
City and utilities capacity for Phase 1 development,
of Sacramento\

AMAZON 91
A Thriving Riverfront Urban Core

100,000+ daytime population 25,000 30,000 new housing units planed over the
Sacramento Valley Station 7th busiest in the U.S. next 15 years
(over 1.1MM passengers per year) Several hundred new dwelling units to be completed
33,000 Central City residents within the next few months
Entertainment & Arts districts New restaurants, retail, office space under
Downtown Technical Assistance Panel
3
Farm-to-Fork capital
For the City of Sacramento\
construction, renovation, or planned
Photo by the Sacramento Bee
A Highly Connected Multi-Modal Urban Core

Sacramento Grid 3.0 is the Citys strategic investment


plan to remake the Central City as a safe, attractive, and
convenient place for all modes of travel. This community-
The City of
based collaboration Sacramento,
with along
regional transit and the
metropolitan planning agency seeks to:
with Sacramento Regional
Improve connections between neighborhoods and the
Transit
downtown core,and the Sacramento
especially for biking, walking, and
transitArea
trips; Council of Governments,
Create gateway and corridors worth visiting;
has embarked on a major
Protect neighborhood streets as places where parents
initiative
feel safe and investment
for their children to walk/bike:in
Improvesafe, efficient,
transit circulationconvenient,
and efficiency and
with transit
stops sustainable
and stations thatmulti-mobility
make rail and busfor
travel a
pleasurable experience; and
Enhancethecommercial
Central corridors
City of the future.
for safe walking and
cycling and accommodating both through and local
traffic.

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


4
For the City of Sacramento\

AMAZON 93
A Highly Connected Multi-Modal Urban Core

Railyards

Bridge
District

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


5
For the City of Sacramento\
A Highly Connected Multi-Modal Urban Core

Railyards

Bridge
District

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


6
For the City of Sacramento\

AMAZON 95
A Highly Connected Multi-Modal Urban Core

Railyards

Bridge
District

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


7
For the City of Sacramento\
A Highly Connected Multi-Modal Urban Core

Railyards

Bridge
District

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


8
For the City of Sacramento\

AMAZON 97
A Thriving Riverfront & Urban Core

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


9
For the City of Sacramento\ Image by HDR
North Natomas Specific Plan:
Reimagining the Sleep Train Arena Site

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


10
For the City of Sacramento

AMAZON 99
6.5 miles from Sacramento Intl
Airport and 6 miles from Downtown
Sacramento. Proximate access to I-
80, I-5, and SR 99.
8 million sq. ft. of development in a

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


campus-like setting can be
accommodated in phases in 2-8
story formats.
183 acres a specific plan is in
process, with entitlements expected
by late Spring 2018. Proposed
zoning is C-2, a flexible commercial/
mixed-use zone that accommodates
Amazons planned uses.
Currently served by all public and
private utilities, expandable, if
necessary, to accommodate
Amazons needs.
A transit corridor along Innovator
Drive will accommodate bus transit
and future light rail service.
Opportunities include:
o Flexibility in specific plan to
accommodate a range of floorplate
sizes and building heights to house
different HQ2 functions;
o Ground floor retail tenants in a
town center along the transit
street;
o Part of the site can be developed
with residential uses of 5-8 stories
(and still accommodate Amazons
needs; and
o Courtyards and places to sit and
rest. Downtown Technical Assistance Panel
11
For the City of Sacramento
Proximity to transit,
highways, bike/ped
trails, and qualified

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


talent pool allows
reduced/shared
parking to support
campus walkability.
A central campus
commons features
water sensitive
landscape design
North-to-South View from Del Paso Road that celebrates the
river.
The campus
commons includes
employee
amenities and
services, including
recreation, while
other amenity
areas provide
meeting spaces,
day care, and
hospitality
services.

DowntownfromTechnical Assistance Panel


12South-to-North Arena Boulevard
For the City of Sacramento

AMAZON 101
Primary entries into
the campus feature
accent trees and

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


monument
signage, creating a
strong sense of
arrival along the
primary access
road.
Non vehicular
access via paseos
East-to-West View from Truxel Road within the campus
(amber shading)
and north
connections to
community Town
Center and
Regional Park.
North-south, east-
west connectivity
along sidewalks
and paseos feature
courtyards and
places to sit and
rest.

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


13West-to-East View from Commerce Way
For the City of Sacramento
Similar to Amazons HQ1 in
Seattle, our design approach
assumes that HQ2 will serve a
variety of operations,

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


management, IT, R&D, and
other corporate functions
According to Amazon, 15% of
its Seattle employees live in its
zip code and about 20% walk
to work. The masterplan
concept for HQ2 also seeks to
the achieve the same potential
for HQ2, with a 15 to 20 minute
walk, bike, or transit ride.
The masterplan includes the
potential for several hundred
housing units within the HQ2
plan area, in addition to
housing units on the ground
within a 15- to 20 minute radius
and housing planned in
proximity to HQ2 in the next
10-15 years.
Amazons location at North
Natomas could accelerate and
catalyze development plans for
additional housing, retail, and
commercial services in the
vicinity of the plan area.

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


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For the City of Sacramento

AMAZON 103
According to Amazon, each
of its Seattle headquarters
buildings has its own own

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


peculiar design, which
creates environmentally
friendly workspaces that help
inspire collaboration and
innovation.
The land use and circulation
design concept for HQ2
allows for flexible building
dimensions, floorplates,
height, and configurations
with other buildings, to allow
for same type of creativity,
collaboration, innovation, and
environmentally friendly
workspaces.
This exhibit suggests the
potential for clusters of
buildings, forming sub-
campuses within the project
site, to meet the needs of
different functions, yet
connected through an internal
system of complete streets,
paseos, and greenways.

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


15
For the City of Sacramento
Phase I is proposed at the
gateway (Truxel & Terracina).
Either Phase I or II could

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


include a hotel for visiting
employees or business
partners, based on demand.
Phases II and III could
develop along the transit
street timed to anticipate
extension of Light Rail or
other transit service with
retail/services for employees
and visitors. Potential
Hotel

Phase IV would complete the


southern end of the project
site.
The initial phase(s) would be
surface parked, then
converted to structured
parking when land is needed
for buildings
The housing market is strong
in Natomas, but choices are
limited which creates an
opportunity to work with a
local developer to expand
employee housing choice.

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


16 POTENTIAL PHASING
For the City of Sacramento

AMAZON 105
The project site is
accessible via bike/ped
trails, bike lanes, and
sidewalks. Class 1 trails are

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


located at the regional park
and canal (blue line).
Streets are designed as
complete streets/green
streets that connect to the
regional circulation
network, regional park,
trails, and Natomas Town
Center.
North Natomas has a TMA
program (Natomas Flyer)
and safe routes to school
program (off-site trails to
bike/walk).
The Transit District/Street
will allow future light rail
through the project site to
Sacramento International
Airport.
Within the Amazon campus,
there is an opportunity to
build upon rapidly growing
bike share/car share
services and shuttle
service into the project site.
Downtown Technical Assistance Panel
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For the City of Sacramento
The Central Green would
feed into the LID

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


stormwater management
system and flow toward the
external stormwater
management system.
Green rooftops, rain
gardens, and other
naturalized stormwater
management techniques
could be incorporated per
the CalGreen Code.
Paseos and greenways
could connect to external
bike/ped circulation and to
the Truxel Road bike
system to Discovery Park
(confluence of American
and Sacramento rivers).
Internal connections could
also lead to destinations in
the Regional Park, such as
the Farmers Market,
Library, and planned
Aquatic Center

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


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For the City of Sacramento

AMAZON 107
The plan concept is a
modified walkable grid so

NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN


that most the campus is
within 15-minute walk of
future transit stop.
As noted previously, future
light rail service is planned
to connect Downtown,
Natomas, and the Airport.
Transit service would offer
convenient access to
cultural, entertainment, and
sports, and other
attractions in the urban
core.
Amazon could be the
catalyst for specialized
shuttle/transit service,
creating an opportunity to
expand the TMA program
and shuttle service and
accelerate transit options
with more housing
adjacent/near the Amazon
campus.

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


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For the City of Sacramento
The Bridge District
(West Sacramento)

Downtown Technical Assistance Panel


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For the City of Sacramento\

AMAZON 109
THE BRIDGE DISTRICT (WEST SACRAMENTO)
West
The Sacramento
Bridge District
Bridge District
The Bridge District is located directly across the Sacramento River from the
Sacramentos Central City district., which included downtown Sacramento.
Of the City's ten miles of frontage on the Sacramento River, the Bridge District is
the best suited for new urban- scale development. The Bridge District touches
the West Capitol Avenue and Washington neighborhoods, areas that have seen
substantial public and private investment in the past decade. The District is
also bracketed by two of the major entries to the city, giving it a prominent role as
a gateway to the City from points east. The Bridge District is adjacent to
downtown Sacramento, and, in combination with it, can provide a stronger,
more vibrant heart for the Sacramento region, providing jobs and new housing for
West Sacramento residents.
The geography of the Bridge District provides a natural location for the
development of an urban waterfront district. The defining feature of the District
is its mile-long frontage on the Sacramento River. In addition to the prime
waterfront location, the Bridge District rests upon a bluff that raises most of the
area out of the floodplain. T In the Bridge District, the broad bluff along the river
provides an opportunity to develop buildings of an urban scale that can capitalize
on views across and along the Sacramento River.
The Bridge District along with completed and planned housing, the Bridge District
is well situated to accommodate a large office headquarters campus.
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The Bridge District is also close to the
state capitol, allowing easy pedestrian or
bicycle access to the amenities found
there. The Bridge District contains 188
acres and includes over 100 acres of
remaining developable land.
Nearby land uses include a mixed-use,
predominantly residential community to
the north (Broderick) that includes the
Washington District, a budding urban
housing, restaurant, retail and
social/cultural gathering place. The
Central Business District and Civic
Center are to the west, along West
Capitol Avenue.
West Sacramento has access to the
regional interstate transportation
system via interstate 80, Interstate 5 and
Highway 50 and Railyards across the
River. The Bridge District also has
freeway access via on- and off ramps to
Highway 50.
The Bridge District is entitled for a mix of
high-density office, retail, commercial,
and residential. Public and private
utilities have been installed to serve
existing uses (Raley Field and several
residential projects) and can be easily
expanded to accommodate Amazon.
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The Bridge District Specific Plan

THE BRIDGE DISTRICT (WEST SACRAMENTO)


provides a framework for the
development of a well-planned,
waterfront-oriented urban
district for West Sacramento
with a balanced mix of uses. The
goals of the plan include:
Provide a place of civic
significance to recognize the
City's ties to the River.
Create capacity for new
business to enhance the
Citys economic vitality.
Develop affordable, high
quality housing.
Provide open space, river
access and recreation.
Establish the Bridge District
as a vibrant urban area.
Promote/implement alternate
modes of transportation.
Promote environmentally
responsive pedestrian-
oriented mixed uses and
compact development forms.
Provide the right balance and
types of parking to achieve
goals for sustainability and
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NORTH NATOMAS SPECIFIC PLAN

Project Description

PLAN AREA LOCATION AND CONTEXT

TheNorthNatomasSpecificPlan(SpecificPlan),siteofthecurrentSleepTrainArena,islocatedapproximately6
milesfromdowntownSacramento,andapproximately7milesfromSacramentoInternationalAirport.ThePlan
Areaisproximatetotwointerstatehighways,I5andI80.ThePlanAreacanbeaccessedfromthewest(atI5)
ateithertheDelPasoRoadorArenaBoulevardexits,fromthenorthatNatomasBoulevard,andfromthesouth
atTruxelRoad(Exhibit1.)ThePlanAreaisapproximately183acresandismostlysurroundedbyamixtureof
multistoryapartments,offices,retail,andothercommercialdevelopment.

ThePlanAreaconsistsof5parcelsandischaracterizedbyrelativelyflatland,exceptforadepressioninthe
northerlythirdoftheareathatcollectsstormwater(Exhibit2).Thisdepressionisanexcavationassociatedwith
thefoundationforabaseballstadiumthatwasnotcompleted.MostofthePlanareaisoccupiedbySleepTrain
Arena,aformerpracticefacilityfortheSacramentoKingsbasketballteam,pavedsurfaceparking,andpaved
accessroads.Theroadsconnectthesitetoasurroundingpartialringroadthat,inturn,connectstoanetworkof
arterialroads(DelPasoRoad,TruxelRoad,ArenaBoulevard,andE.CommerceWay).(Seethe2035GeneralPlan
MobilityElement,FigureM4.)

ThePlanAreaislocatedwithintheNorthNatomasCommunityPlanArea(Exhibit3).ThePlan,adoptedin1994,
envisionsanurbanformforNorthNatomasthatincludesawellintegratedmixtureofresidential,employment,
andcommercialandcivicuses,interdependentonqualitytransitserviceandaradialnetworkofconnections
linkingactivitycenterswithstreets,transitroutes,andlinearparkwayswithpedestrian/biketrails.The
CommunityPlanencouragesmixeduseemploymentcenters,locatedatlightrailstationsandalongthe
freewaysconsistingofprimaryemploymentgeneratorsandsecondarysupportretail,industrial,andresidential
uses.Integrationoflanduseswillhelpdecreasethedistanceandtraveltimebetweenuses.The1994
CommunityPlanrecognizedtheexistinguseandproposedusesofthePlanAreaaspredominantlyformajor
sportsfacilities(existingKingsArenaandproposedprofessionalbaseballstadium,initiatedbutnever
completed).

TheCommunityPlanprovidesfurtherdirectionforemploymentcentersaspedestrianfriendlyareaswithample
privateand/orpublicopenspaceforemploymentgeneratinguseswitharangeofallowableintensities,based
onproximitytoplannedtransitservice,accesstofreewaysandroads,andproximitytotheTownCenter.
Employmentcentersmayalsoincludeamixofsupportinguses,includinghousingthatwillallowforpedestrian,
bicycle,andtransit/rideshareconnections,reducedependenceonautomobiletravel,andinternalizetripson
siteandinproximitytothePlanArea.

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GENERAL PLAN AND ZONING CONTEXT

ThePlanAreaiscurrentlydesignatedUrbanCenterHighundertheCitys2035GeneralPlanandiszonedSPX
SportsComplex/PlannedUnitDevelopment(Exhibits4and5).TheUrbanCenterHighdesignationisintendedto
allowforconcentrationsofusessimilartodowntownwithresidentialdensityrangingfrom24to250dwelling
unitsandnonresidentialfloorarearatio(FAR)rangingfrom0.5to8.0pernetacre.Eachcenterisenvisionedto
includeemploymentintensiveuses,highdensityhousing,andawidevarietyofretailusesincludinglarge
formatretail,localshops,restaurants,andservices.Theseurbancentersarealsointendedtoincludemajor
transportationhubsaccessiblebypublictransit,majorhighwaysandlocalarterials,andpedestriantravel.
Buildingheightsvaryfromlowtohighrise(e.g.,twototwentyfourstories).Othercharacteristics,suchas
buildingorientation,frontagetype,access,parking,streetscape,andopenspace,aresimilartothoseinthe
CentralBusinessDistrict.TheUrbanCenterHighdesignationappliestoboththePlanAreaandsurrounding
propertiesborderedbyDelPasoBoulevard,TruxelRoad,ArenaBoulevard,andE.CommerceWay.Current
developmentinthePlanAreaandsurroundingpropertiesdoesnotreflecttheGeneralPlanvisionfora
concentrationandmixofusessimilartodowntownSacramento.ThegeneralvicinityofthePlanAreaismostly
similarcommercialandresidentialdevelopmentthatissubstantiallylowerinscaleanddensity/intensitythan
envisionedbytheGeneralPlan.

TheSPXzoneisintendedtoaccommodateprofessionalandamateursportsandevents,exhibitions,and
performancesthatprovidefortheeducation,information,recreation,culture,orentertainmentofSacramento
arearesidentsandvisitors,inaccordancewiththeGeneralPlan,NorthNatomasCommunityPlan,andthe
plannedunitdevelopment(PUD)guidelinesadoptedbytheCityCouncilinapprovingtheSPXzone.TheSPXzone
permitsarangeofcommercialandinstitutionalusesconsistentwiththecurrentuseofthePlanArea.

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Exhibit 1 Vicinity Map

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Exhibit2 SpecificPlanAreaParcels

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Exhibit3 NatomasCommunityPlanNeighborhoods

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Source: City of Sacramento 2035 General Plan (2014), adapted by AECOM 2017

Exhibit4 CityofSacramento2035GeneralPlanLandUseDiagram

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Exhibit5 ExistingZoning

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PROJECT VISION AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES

TheSpecificPlanisenvisionedasasuburbanresidential,employment,andmixedusetransitsupportivecenter,
withanintegratedmixofusesataveragedensitiesthatarehigherthaninmuchofNorthNatomas.ThePlan
Areawillaccommodatearangeofhousingtypesandcommercialusesthatplacejobs,housing,andservices
withinproximitytooneanotherandreduceexternalvehicletrips.ThePlanAreaisintendedtoserveanarrayof
companiesinterestedinlocatingandgrowingneardowntownSacramentoandconvenientlylocated,with
respecttoSacramentoInternationalAirport.

ThelayoutandcirculationframeworkoftheSpecificPlanisamodifiedgridtomaximizeconnectivitywithinthe
PlanAreaandtosurroundingdevelopmentsandroadways.Thisframeworkwillalsoaccommodateapotential
transitmixedusedistrictalongatransitreadyroadwaythroughtheheartofthePlanAreathatcan
accommodatefuturebusrapidtransitorlightrailtransit.

The Specific Plan could include a central green space that includes a community park. In addition to an
employmentcenterandhousing,theSpecificPlanisenvisionedasanattractiveplacetolive,recreate,shop,and
gatherforcommunityevents,eitheroutdoorsinthecommunityparkorindoorsatarepurposedpracticefacility
thatwillserveasacommunitycenter.

ThefollowingprincipleswillguidedevelopmentoftheSpecificPlan:

Createaflexibleplanthatrespondstomarketconditionsandallowsforlargeandsmallcommercialusers
withvaryingfloorplateneeds,ahighlyconnectedinternalcirculationsystem,andthepotentialforasingle
masterplandevelopmentormultiplephasedindividualdevelopments.
Provideforarangeofdensityofresidentiallanduseandintensityofnonresidentiallanduseconsistentwith
theNorthNatomassuburbancharacter,butalsoallowsforagreaterintensityofdevelopmentifmarket
conditionswarrant.
Ensurethatroadways,utilities,andotherinfrastructurearescaledtomeetprojectneedsandcanbefeasibly
financed.
ContributetomeetingCitygoalsforgreenhousegasreductioncontainedinits2035GeneralPlan,
particularlyforlanduseandtransportationstrategiesthatreducevehiclemilestraveledandenhancingthe
Citysurbanforestthroughplantingandmanagementoftreesinpublicparks,otheropenspaces,andpublic
streets.
Createasuccessfultransitdistrictthat,alongwithapotentialproposedcentralgreenspace,toprovide
gatheringplacesforworkers,residents,andvisitors.

Integratemultimodaltransportationwithinprojectdesigntoreduceuseofsingleoccupantvehiclesand
increasetheuseofmultiplemodesoftransportation,suchas,publictransit,bicycle,andpedestrianaccess
to,from,andwithinthePlanArea.
Facilitatebicycleuseandwalkingthroughacombinationofwelldesignedcompletestreetsandpedestrian/
bicyclegreenwaysthatconnecttoparksandopenspaces,andmultipleconnectionswithinandbetweenthe
PlanAreaandadjacentdevelopment.

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IncorporatenaturalizedstormwatermanagementintotheSpecificPlanandindividualprojectdesigntothe
extentfeasible.
Continuetousetheprojectsitefortheeducation,recreation,culture,andentertainmentofSacramento
arearesidentsandvisitorsbyprovidingshortandlongterminterimreuseofthePlanAreafacilitiesfor
sportsandevents,exhibitions,andperformances,includingsportsfields,facilities,temporaryparking,
indoororoutdoormusicfestivals,andlocalorregionalcommunityevents.

Proposed General Plan and Zoning

AGeneralPlanamendmentisproposedtoreflectthelowerscaleandintensityofdevelopmentinNorth
Natomas,butthatalsopermitshigherresidentialdensities,nonresidentialbuildingintensity,andtransit
supportivemixedusedevelopmentthatisnot,ingeneral,currentlypresentinNorthNatomas.Achangein
zoningisalsoproposedthatallowsfortheflexibilityanddensity/intensityofdevelopmentexpressedinthePlan
VisionandGuidingPrinciplesstatedpreviouslyintheProjectDescription.SeeExhibits6and7,followingthis
section.

Proposed General Plan Designation

TheproposedGeneralPlandesignationisSuburbanCenter,whichallowsresidentialdensitiesintherangeof15
to36dwellingunitspernetacreandnonresidentialF.A.R.(floorarearatio)of0.15to2.0.Amongthekeyland
useandcirculationurbanformcharacteristicsforsuburbancentersandproposedforthePlanAreaarecompact
developmentpatternswith:

Centrallylocatedgatheringplacesthatarepubliclyaccessibleandsupportsurroundinguses;

Buildingheightsofuptosixstories,withthepotentialfortallerbuildingheightsifsupportedbycontextand
marketconditions;

Lotcoveragegenerallynotmorethan60percentoflotarea;

Integratedresidential,commercial,andofficeuses;

Attractivepedestrianstreetscapeswithbroadsidewalksappointedwithappropriatelandscaping,lighting,
andpedestrianamenities/facilities;

Convenientandattractivepedestrianconnectionsfromadjoiningneighborhoodsandtransit;and

Streetsdesignedtointegrateandbalancesafepedestrian,bicycle,andtransitusewithefficientvehicular
trafficflow.

Opportunitiesfortheinterimuseandreuseofexistingsitefacilitiesforavarietyofcommunityactivitiesand
events,suchassports,music,andfarmersmarkets.

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TheSuburbanCenterdesignationallowsforamixofnonresidentialandresidentialuses,commercial
developmentandhorizontalorverticalmixedusedevelopment.Thisdesignationprovidesfornonresidential,
lowerintensitysingleusecommercialdevelopment(e.g.,retail,service,office,etc.)orhorizontalandvertical
mixedusedevelopment.

Proposed Zoning

Theproposedzoningtoprovidefortheflexibilityofdevelopmentdensity/intensityandlanduseisC2SPD.The
C2zoneallowsawiderangeofcommercialandinstitutionaluses,singlefamily,andmultifamilyhousing.The
maximumbuildingheightof85feetallowsformultistorycommercialandresidentialbuildingsofa
density/intensitythatcouldsupportfuturetransituse.TheSpecificPlanandrelatedC2SPDmayrecommend
minormodificationstothepermitteduses,usestandardsand/orconditions,anddevelopmentstandardsto
achievetheVisionandGuidingPrinciplesstatedpreviouslyinthisProjectDescription.

SPECIFIC PLAN DEVELOPMENT ASSUMPTIONS

TheSpecificPlanprovidesforresidential,nonresidential(office,retail,othercommercial,andlightindustrial),
parksandopenspace,andthepotentialrepurposingoftheformerSacramentoKingspracticefacilityasa
communitycenter,orotheruse.ThedevelopmentassumptionspresentedinTable1,below,areforthepurpose
ofanalysisonly.Whiletheseassumptionswouldbeexpectedtorepresentthemaximumactualyieldrealized
withintheSpecificPlanAreaafteritisfullydeveloped,actualdensitiescouldbelowerthantheseassumptions.
Exhibits8and9illustrateaconceptuallanduseandcirculationplansandhowdevelopmentassumptionsshown
inTable1mightbeaccommodated.However,Exhibit8isnotintendedasanofficialsiteplan,butrathera
conceptualplantobeusedforenvironmentalanalysis.

Forpurposesofplanningandenvironmentalanalysis,thisProjectDescriptionassumes:

Upto2,000dwellingunitsinavarietyofhousingtypeswithanaveragedensityof24du/ac(35du/acwithin
amixedusetransitdistrict);
Upto1,000,000squarefeetofnonresidentialbuildingspace,includingapproximately200,000squarefeet
ofnonresidentialspaceinamixedusetransitdistrict;
Upto300hotelkeys(rooms);
Between1020acresofparksandopenspaceandarecreation/communitycenteron4.3acres,toaddress
thetargetof5acresper1,000populationidentifiedinGeneralPlanPolicyERC2.2.4(oralternativelysatisfy
parkrequirementsthroughthepaymentofapplicableinlieufeesoroffsiteopenspace);and
Uptoapproximately42.5acresofmajorstreetsandpublicrightsofway.

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Land Average
Hotel Housing Average Sq. Ft. % Site
Land Use Area Density
Keys Units [1] F.A.R. Yield [2] Area
(acres) (du/ac)
Employment Uses Commercial
38.9 0.67 800,000 21%
(office, retail, light industrial, etc.)
Mixed-Use (residential, office,
20.2 11%
retail, etc.)
MU residential portion = 50%
35 350
of area
MU office, retail, other
0.67 200,000
commercial = 50% of area
Hotel (assume located within
mixed use, commercial, or 300
residential)
Residential 56.1 24 1,350 31%
Recreation/Community Center
4.3 2%
(practice facility and parking)
Parks and Open Space [3] 21.8 12%
Streets and Circulation 42.5 23%
TOTAL 183.8 300 1,700 1,000,000 100%
Notes:
[1] Housing units are rounded to the nearest tenth value.
[2] Non-residential areas are rounded to the nearest thousandth value.
[3] Includes neighborhood and community parks, but does not count open space that may additionally be
provided and/or required within residential development areas.

Table 1: Development Assumptions

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Exhibit6 ProposedGeneralPlanDesignation

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Exhibit7 ProposedZoningDesignation

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Exhibit8 Land Use Plan - Conceptual Build Out by Use(forillustrativepurposes)

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TheConceptualLandandCirculationPlans,showninExhibits8and9andintheDevelopmentAssumptionsin
Table1arebasedonthefollowingplanconcepts:

Anewtypeofurbanmixeduse,transitsupportiveemploymentcenterwithasufficientnumberofurban
densityhousingunitstosupport(alongwithemployeesandvisitors)retailuseswithintheprojectsite.
Amodifiedgridcirculationframework,orientednorthwest/southeast,whichworkswiththegeometryof
thesiteandmaintainsallorpartofthecurrentcurvilinearringroad.
Twoprimarystreetsthatprovidethebackbonecirculationframeworkthatwillbeaugmentedbyfuture
smallerprojects:
AnextensionofInnovatorDrivethatrunsnorthwest/southeastandroughlybisectsthesite;
ExtensionofTerracinaDriveintothesitefromtheeast,whichisessentiallyanextensionofthecurrent
eastentrancetothearenasite;and
Thepotentialfordifferentalignmentsofthesestreetsforfuturehighcapacitytransit(BRTorlightrail)
throughthesite.
Theframeworkmaximizesdevelopmentflexibilitywithrespecttomixanddensity/intensityoflandusesand
ismoreurbanbutwithoutdefineddistricts,exceptasnotedbelow.
Considerationoflocationandconfigurationoflandusesbasedonadjacent/surrounding uses.
Apotentialurbanmixedusetransitdistrictintheheartoftheprojectsite.
Thepotentialforadefinedpark/openspacedistrictthatmayincludetheexistingstormwaterdetention
area.Thisareacanpotentiallybeenhancedasnaturalizedfeaturetoperformstormwatermanagement
functionsandserveasanamenityforthesite,ifitispartoftheultimatedevelopmentscenario.
Mayconverttheexistingpracticefacilityanditssurroundingareaintoacommunitycenterorotheruse.
Ahighlyconnected,walkable,modifiedgriddedstreetframeworktoreflecttheshapeoftheprojectandits
orientationwithrespecttosurroundingdevelopment.
Connecttheprojectsitetoitssurroundingsviaanetworkofexistingstreets.Constructcompletestreetsthat
giveequalaccessandaccommodationtocars,pedestrians,andbicycles.
ChangeGeneralPlandesignationtoSuburbanCenter.
ChangeinzoningtoC2SPD,withpotentialmodificationstoheightandotherdevelopmentstandardsto
achievetheVisionandGuidingPrinciplesoftheSpecificPlan.

PARKS/OPEN SPACE

TheproposedSpecificPlanwillcomplywiththerequiredCityparkandopenspacerequirements.These
requirementsmaybesatisfiedinamyriadofways,includingprovidinguptoapproximately1020acresofpublic
openspacelocatedinthecenternorthofthePlanArea,paymentofinlieufees,and/oroffsiteopenspace.The
Cityanticipatesthatthisopenspacecouldprovidepassiveandactiverecreationalopportunities,natural
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openspacearea.Thisareacouldalsoincludeabicycleandpedestriancirculatorthatconnectstoonandoff
streetbike/pedcirculationthroughouttherestofthePlanArea.

SCHOOLS AND HIGHER EDUCATION

TheSpecificPlanAreaiswithintheNatomasUnifiedSchoolDistrict.AccordingtotheDistrictswebsite(at
https://natomasunified.org/departments/facilitiesstrategicplanning/schoollocator2/#),thereareeight
elementaryschools,threemiddleschools,threehighschools,andsixcharterschools(oneelementaryschool,
onemiddleschool,onehighschool,oneacademy,oneK8charter,andoneK12charterwithvarious
educationalprogramsforvaryinggradelevels).

SchoolsandothereducationalinstitutionsinthevicinityofthePlanAreaincludeInderkumHighSchool,
NatomasParkandH.AllenHightElementarySchools,NatomasMiddleSchool,andAmericanRiverCollege
(NatomasCenter),

PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

InfrastructuretosupporttheSpecificPlanwillincludedrainage,sewer,water,anddryutilities,assummarized
below.TheSpecificPlanwillincludeachapteroninfrastructurethatfurtherdetailsexistingutilitiesandrelated
infrastructuresystems,capacityofthesesystemstoservedevelopmentinthePlanArea,andadditional
infrastructurecapacity,ifneeded,andrequiredimprovementsforanyutilitysystemstoservebuildoutofthe
PlanArea.

DRAINAGE

ThePlanAreaincludesexistingstormdrainsandotherstormwatermanagementinfrastructure.However,tothe
extentnecessarytomeetCityrequirementsforproposeddevelopment,additionaldrainageinfrastructuremay
beincorporatedinstreets,parks,andopenspacesthroughouttheSpecificPlanArea.ThePlanwillinclude
passiveandnaturalizeddrainagetothegreatestextentfeasibleinproposedopenspaceandlandscapedareas.
Anexistingopenspaceareamaybeimprovedtoenhanceitsnaturalstormwatermanagementandwaterquality
potential.Waterqualityissueswouldbeaddressedpriortoenteringthedownstreamdrainagesystems.Design
andconstructionofanyadditionaldrainagesystemswouldbereviewedandconditioned,asnecessary,tomeet
applicableCitystandards.TheSpecificPlanwillincludefurtherdetailsonplanneddrainageimprovements.

WATER

ThePlanAreaincludesexistingwaterinfrastructure.However,totheextentnecessarytomeetCity
requirementsforproposeddevelopment,additionalwaterinfrastructurewillbeincorporatedintoproposed
development.FuturedevelopmentinthePlanAreawillmeetCaliforniabuildingcoderequirementsforwater
efficiencyandCityofSacramentorequirementsforwaterefficientlandscaping(Chapter15.92ofthe
SacramentoCityCode).

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SEWER

ThePlanAreaincludesexistingsewerinfrastructure.However,totheextentnecessarytomeetCity
requirementsforproposeddevelopment,additionalsewerinfrastructurewillbeincorporatedintoproposed
development.

DRY UTILITIES

Dryutilities,includingelectricityandnaturalgas,willberequiredtoservethePlanArea.PacificGas&Electric
(PG&E)suppliesnaturalgasservice.Applicant(s)forfutureprojectswithinthePlanAreawouldberequiredto
coordinatewithPG&EandmeetPG&Esrequirementsregardingtheextensionandlocationsofonoroffsite
naturalgasinfrastructureandanynecessaryimprovementstoexistingdistributionlinesand/orconstructionof
newlineswithinthePlanArea.

TheSacramentoMetropolitanUtilityDistrict(SMUD)provideselectricalservicetothePlanArea.Future
developmentwithintheSpecificPlanAreamayrequireextensionofexistingelectricaldistributionlines,
upgradestoexistingsubstations,and/orconstructionofnewdistributionlines,substations,andtransformers.
Applicant(s)forfutureprojectswithintheSpecificPlanAreawouldberequiredtocoordinatewithSMUDand
meetSMUDsrequirements.

TRANSPORTATION

TheSpecificPlantransportationnetworkisintendedtoprovideaccessandmobilityforpedestrians,bicyclists,
andmotorists,alongwithfutureopportunitiesforplannedtransitextensions.AsnotedpreviouslyinthisProject
Description,thePlanAreaiscurrentlyconnectedtoroadwaysviasemiloopandpavedaccessroadsthat
connectthesitetoanetworkofarterialroads(DelPasoRoad,NatomasBoulevard,TruxelRoad,Arena
Boulevard,andE.CommerceWay.Exhibit9(above)includesapotentialinternalsystemofcompletestreet
roadwaysthatwouldcreateamodifiedurbangridpatternandimprovedconnectivitywithinandsurrounding
thePlanArea.AssuggestedinExhibit9,theobjectiveistoprovideahighlevelofconnectivityandaccesswith
internalpedestrian,bicycle,andvehicularfacilities,consistentwithCitydesignstandards.Alsoproposedisa
transitreadystreetthatwouldbedesignedtoaccommodatefuturebus,busrapidtransit,and/orlightrail
transitservice.DetailsoncirculationplanningwillbeprovidedintheSpecificPlan.

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Techn i c a l D o c u m e nta t i o n
The Bridge District/Triangle Specific Plan Area.

Site Requirements:

A Basic Site Data and Site Attributes

Geotechnical Status, including bearing capacity, verification of seismic risk and water table
elevation
Groundwater Elevations
See Bridge District Specific Plan (BDSP), Appendix C, Municipal Utilities Technical
Materials, C-3: Backbone Drainage Collection System, Appendix C. Groundwater
Elevations.
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/housingecon/docs/bridge_district_d
ocuments.asp

Seismic Risk
See Triangle Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR, Pages 3-17 to 3-18 Geology and Soils.
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/planning/documents.asp

- Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Map:


http://www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/rghm/psha/Pages/Index.aspx

B Maps and Photography

Utilities Maps, showing existing and planned lines:

Water Supply
Approximately 9,000 linear feet of backbone water mains would be installed coincident with the
roadway projects. A new 3-million-gallonwater storage tank and associated pump station would
be built on a 2.1-acre site adjacent to the Ironworks development to serve the Triangle area.
Bridge District Specific Plan (BDSP)
- Vol. 3 (Implementation Strategy),Page 34, Exhibit 12: Bridge District Water Distribution
System
- Appendix C, C1: Backbone Water Distribution, Page 10, Existing Water System
- Appendix C, C-1, Page 21, Backbone Build Out Water System

https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/housingecon/docs/bridge_district_d
ocuments.asp

Sewer System
Approximately 9,000 linear feet of backbone sewer mains would be installed
coincident with the roadway projects described above. Additionally, a new sewer
pump station and associated sewer force main would be constructed to connect
the Triangle sewer system with the existing City sewer system at the southwest
area of the Specific Plan.
Bridge District Specific Plan
- Vol 3 (Implementation Strategy), Page 36, Exhibit 13: Bridge District Backbone Sewer
Collection System
- Appendix C, C-2: Backbone Sewer Collection System, Page 8, Existing Sanitary Sewer
System

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- Appendix C, C-2, Page 16, Proposed Build Out Sewer Master Plan

https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/housingecon/docs/bridge_district_d
ocuments.asp

Drainage System
Approximately 9,000 linear feet of backbone drainage mains would be installed coincident with
the roadway projects described above. This would include trunk level and lateral-level drainage
pipes, manholes, and inlets. All inlets would have bicycle-friendly grates.

The proposed drainage system would include construction of a drainage basin and/or drainage
pump station with an outfall either to the existing drainage ditch and culverts located in the
western portion of Specific Plan Area (including some off-site culvert and ditch improvements)
and/or to the Sacramento River to the east. The out-fall to the Sacramento River would require
construction of an outfall structure. The drainage basin will combine flood control detention and
water quality components. The drainage basin will be located in the southern area of the Specific
Plan and could range in size from 2 acres to 10 acres. The drainage basin sizing is dependent on
the final hydrologic and hydraulic analysis and the proposed outfall location(s).

Bridge District Specific Plan


- Vol 3 (Implementation Strategy), Page 39, Exhibit 14: Bridge District Backbone Drainage
System
- Appendix C, C-3: Backbone Drainage Collection System, Page 9, Existing Watersheds
Map (Photos Pages 10-13)
- Appendix C, C-3. Page 16, Offsite Drainage Facilities
- Appendix C, C-3, Page 20, Build Out Drainage Alternative 1, Upsize Down Stream
Facilities
- Appendix C, C-3, Page 23, Build Out Drainage Alternative 2 Detention of Peak Flows
- Appendix C, C-3, Page 25, Build Out Drainage Alternative 3 Pump Excess Flows to
Sacramento River
- Appendix C, C-3, Page 28, Build Out Drainage Alternative 4 Divert flows to Sacramento
River
- Appendix C, C-3, Page 32, Conceptual Build Out Storm Drain Layout

https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/housingecon/docs/bridge_district_docu
ments.asp

Topography maps
Bridge District Specific Plan
- Appendix C, C-1, Pages 6 7
- Appendix C, C-2, Pages 5 6
- Appendix C, C-3, Pages 5 6
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/housingecon/docs/bridge_district_docu
ments.asp

Flood plain map: https://map1.msc.fema.gov/idms/IntraView.cgi?KEY=78187232&IFIT=1

C Reports and Studies

Wetlands
The existing conditions for biological resources within the Plan Area have not
changed appreciably since 1993. Much of the Plan Area is still paved, developed, or landscaped.
Habitat types identified in the 1993 EIR consisted of disturbed grasslands and riparian habitat.
Some wetlands were also identified. - Triangle Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR Page 3-1.
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/planning/documents.asp

Phase 1 Environmental Report


Triangle Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR and Supplemental Final EIR
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/planning/documents.asp

Soil Boring Reports


Soil Survey Information
Bridge District Specific Plan, Appendix C, C-3, Appendix A. Soil Survey Information.
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/housingecon/docs/bridge_district_docu
ments.asp
-
D Risks

See Yolo County Operational Area Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan (City of West Sacramento)
http://www.yolocounty.org/home/showdocument?id=24428

Flooding
The City of West Sacramento is located in the natural floodplain of the
Sacramento River. The Triangle Specific Plan Area is located behind levees maintained by
Reclamation Districts (RDs) 900. FEMA classifies this location as being in Zone
X. Currently, the Plan Area is located outside the 100-year flood plain as determined
by FEMA (FEMA 1995).

The goal of the West Sacramento Levee Improvements Program is to achieve a 200-year level of
flood protection for West Sacramento. The California Department of Water Resources and the US
Army Corps of Engineers agreed to partner with the West Sacramento Area Flood Control
Agency (WSAFC) and the City on the levee projects. Construction began with the I Street Bridge
Early Implementation Project completed in 2008. Numerous other levee projects have been
completed since that time. Currently, Phase 2 of the Southport Levee Improvement Project is
preparing to start construction. The biggest levee project ever taken in West Sacramento,
covering 5.6 miles of levee length, began in May, 2017 and is expected to take two years to
complete. The WSAFC is working quickly to meet the stricter 200-year flood control standards
imposed by the state in 2006, which must be met by 2025.
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/documents/Flood/Winter09FloodArticles.pdf
https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/city/depts/comdev/flood/levee_projects_overview.asp

Weather
The City of West Sacramento lies in the Mediterranean subtropical climate zone and experiences
cool wet winters with hot dry summers. The average annual precipitation is approximately 18 to
20 inches and falls in the months of November through April (DWR 2004) - Triangle Specific Plan
Draft Supplemental EIR, Page 4D-1.

Endangered Species
The habitat types and distribution in the Plan Area have not changed appreciably since 1993.
Much of the Plan Area is still paved, developed or landscaped, and the Plan Area still
encompasses a small area of riparian habitat along the Sacramento River on the east side of the

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Plan Area. The 1993 EIR document considered impacts to valley elderberry longhorn beetle
(VELB) (Desmocerus californicus dimorphus), winter-run Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus
tshawytscha), Swainsons hawk (Buteo swainsonii), and California Hibiscus (Hibiscus
lasiocarpus). Additional species considered, that have the potential to occur in the Plan Area,
impact discussions, and mitigation measures are discussed in the
Triangle Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR, Pages 3-1 to 3-17.

Archaeological Resources
One known archaeological resource, CA-YOL-27, is mapped within the Plan Area. CA-YOL-27 is
described as a prehistoric midden site measuring approximately 60 meters (200 feet) in diameter.
Currently, the location of CA-YOL-27 is not precisely known. The 2008 AES inventory did not
result in the identification of any archaeological resources within the Fulcrum Project Area.
According to the General Plan, no historic districts are located on or in the vicinity of the Plan
Area (Yolo County 2005) - Triangle Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR, Pages 4C-1 - 4C-11

E Utilities (Electric/Natural Gas)

Dry Public Utilities


Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) provides electrical service to the City. PG&E also provides
natural gas to residents of West Sacramento. Approximately 9,000 linear feet of public utility joint
trench would be constructed coincident with roadway projects. Existing overhead communication
and electrical systems and underground distribution and transmission natural gas mains will be
relocated and / or reconstructed as part of new public utility joint trench system. Triangle
Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR, Page 2-15.

Electricity and Natural Gas Triangle Specific Plan Draft Supplemental EIR, Page 4F-6.

See PG&E 2015 Annual Electric Reliability Report


https://www.pge.com/pge_global/common/pdfs/outages/planning-and-preparedness/safety-and-
preparedness/grid-reliability/electric-reliability-
reports/AnnualElectricDistributionReliabilityReport2015.pdf
The Railyards Specific Plan Area

Site Requirements:

A Basic Site Data and Site Attributes

Geotechnical Status, including bearing capacity, verification of seismic risk and water table
elevation.
See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan Update, KP Medical Center, MLS Stadium, &
Stormwater Outfall Draft Subsequent EIR, Section 4.6, Geology, Soils, and Seismicity.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports/Railyards-Specific-Plan-EIR

- Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Map:


http://www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/rghm/psha/Pages/Index.aspx

B Maps and Photography

Utilities Maps, showing existing and planned lines

Water Supply

See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan (RSP), Pages 7-2 to 7-3, including Figure 7-1.
Conceptual Water Distribution System.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Major-Projects/Railyards-
Project/Sacramento-Railyards

Sewer System

See Sacramento RSP, Pages 7-4 to 7-6, including Figure 7-2. Conceptual Sewer Distribution
System.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Major-Projects/Railyards-
Project/Sacramento-Railyards

Drainage System

See Sacramento RSP (September 2016), Pages 7-6 to 7-8, including Figure 7-3. Conceptual
Storm Drainage Facilities.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Major-Projects/Railyards-
Project/Sacramento-Railyards

Topography Map
The RSP Area is located on alluvial deposits of the Sacramento and American Rivers. Ground
surface elevations in the RSP Area are between approximately 13 feet and 40 feet above mean
sea level (+13 to +40 feet msl). Large portions of the RSP Area are relatively flat at about 25 to
30 feet msl. There are various temporary depressions and temporary soil stockpiles resulting
from remedial action excavations. The interior plazas of the Central Shops area, located at the
center of the RSP west of 7th Street, are primarily paved, with surrounding portions covered by
remediated soils. (see attached)

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Flood Plan Map
See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan Update, KP Medical Center, MLS Stadium, &
Stormwater Outfall Draft Subsequent EIR, Page 4.9-8, Figure 4.9-2. FEMA Floodplain Map.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports/Railyards-Specific-Plan-EIR

Dry Utilities (see attached)

C Reports and Studies

Wetlands report
See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan Pages 4.3-4 and 4.3-63 (table 4.3-1), there are no
federally-protected wetlands or Other Waters of the US in the RSP area.

https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Long-Range/Specific-Plans

Phase 1 Environmental Report


See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan Update, KP Medical Center, MLS Stadium, &
Stormwater Outfall Draft and Final Subsequent EIR.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports

Soil Boring reports


See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan Update, KP Medical Center, MLS Stadium, &
Stormwater Outfall Draft EIR, Section 4.6 Geology, Soils, and Seismicity.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports/Railyards-Specific-Plan-EIR

D Risks

See Sacramento County Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, Annex F: City of Sacramento.
http://www.waterresources.saccounty.net/stormready/Pages/Hazard-Mitigation-Planning-Committee-
2016-Plan-Update.aspx

Flooding
See Sacramento Railyards Specific Plan Update, KP Medical Center, MLS Stadium, &
Stormwater Outfall Draft Subsequent EIR, Pages 4.9-6 to 4.9.9.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports/Railyards-Specific-Plan-EIR

Weather
Sacramento has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Kppen Csa), characterized by damp to
wet, mild winters and hot, dry summers. The average annual precipitation is 18.52 inches (470
mm). On average, precipitation falls on 60 days each year in Sacramento, and nearly all of this
falls during the winter months. Snowfall is rare in Sacramento, which is only 25 ft (7.6 m) above
sea level. In the downtown area, there have been only 3 significant snow accumulations since
1900, the last one being in 1976.

Endangered Species
See Railyards Specific Plan Update, Draft Subsequent EIR, Appendix D. Bio Data
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports/Railyards-Specific-Plan-EIR-Appendices

Archaeological Resources
Six archaeologically sensitive areas in the RSP area include:
1. Slaters Addition
th th
2. The 6 -7 Street Corridor
3. Sutter Lake
4. The Central Shops Area
5. The Brass Foundry Area
6. The General Foundry Area
See Railyards Specific Plan Update, Draft Subsequent EIR, Section 4.4 Cultural Resources for
additional information on archaeological resources.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports/Railyards-Specific-Plan-EIR

E Utilities (Electric/Natural Gas)

Dry Public Utilities


Electrical service within the Central City area, including the Railyards area, is provided by the
Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD). Gas service is supplied to the Railyards area by the
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).

Electricity and Natural Gas See Sacramento RSP, Pages 7-8 to 7-9.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Major-Projects/Railyards-
Project/Sacramento-Railyards

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North Natomas Specific Plan Area
Site Requirements:

A Basic Site Data and Site Attributes

Geotechnical Status, including bearing capacity, verification of seismic risk and water table
elevation.
See Sacramento 2035 General Plan Master Environmental Impact Report, Appendix C
Background Report, 6.3 Water Resources and Quality and Section 7.1 Geologic and Seismic
Hazards.
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports

No known active faults occur in or adjacent to the City of Sacramento. During the past 150 years,
there has been no documented movement on faults mapped in Sacramento County. The closest
known potentially active fault mapped by the CGS is the Dunnigan Hills fault (possible Holocene
activity, defined by the GGS as within the last 11,000 years and by the USGS as within the last
15,000 years), about 19 miles northwest of Sacramento.

- Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Map:


http://www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/rghm/psha/Pages/Index.aspx

B Maps and Photography

Utilities Map, showing existing and planned lines

Water Supply

The City of Sacramento provides water service in the Plan Area. The City supplies water from a
combination of surface water and groundwater sources. The Citys water facilities include water
treatment plants, storage tanks, pumping facilities, and a system of transmission and distribution
mains. There is an existing 12-24 inch potable water pipeline in E. Commerce Way, Arena Blvd.,
and Del Paso Blvd. with a short pipeline extension into the project site. A 12-24 inch pipeline and
a 24-72 inch pipeline extending from the Sacramento River Water Treatment Plant to the
Gateway Storage tank just east of the project site runs along Truxel Road. These lines currently
serve the existing Plan Area. (see attached map of existing facilities)

Sewer System

The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (Regional San, formerly referred to as
SRCSD, provides wastewater collection and treatment service for the Specific Plan Area.
Regional San operates all regional interceptors (large sewer lines) and wastewater treatment
plants serving the City, except for the combined sewer and storm drain treatment facilities that
serve the older Central City area. The Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD) operates smaller
local pipelines that connect to the larger regional pipelines maintained by Regional San. SASD
serves several community plan areas including North Natomas.
(see attached map of existing facilities)

Drainage System
The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities provides storm drainage service. Stormwater run-
off in North Natomas is managed through drainages systems consisting of gutters, drain inlets,
pipes, detention basins, and pumping facilities. These systems convey storm run-off by gravity
flow through pipes, which discharge into regional detention basins. Stormwater drainage facilities
along the north side of the Plan Area drain the areas north of the arena. However, on most of
Plan Area, stormwater drains southward toward drainage pipes in Arena Boulevard, then travels
east and north along the west side of the East Drainage Canal, and empties into a stormwater
retention pond approximately 1,200 feet east of the Plan Area. The Citys storm drainage pump
stations pump storm run-off from the detention basins into the Reclamation District (RD) 1000
channel system. The storm run-off is then conveyed in the RD 1000 pumping facility located on
the Garden Highway. The stormwater run-off is then pumped into the Sacramento River.
(see attached map of existing facilities)

Topography map
Base elevations within the Plan Area range from 14 to 24 feet, with the arena developed to
elevations of between 24 and 32 feet. The depression in the northerly third of the Plan Area
varies in elevation from 2 to 16 feet. (see attached map)

Flood plain map


North Natomas has historically been an agricultural area within the Sacramento River floodplain.
The City, working with FEMA and Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA), participated
in a flood control plan for North Natomas. The Natomas Levee Improvement Project (NLIP), the
primary initiative that implements the plan, entails improving the levee system that protects the
Natomas Basin and, when completed, will provide 200-year flood protection to residents,
structures, and property within the Natomas Basin.

Within the City, the Natomas Basin is surrounded by levees. At this time, FEMA has given the
Natomas Basin an A99 Flood designation. A99 is an interim flood zone designation, which is
considered high risk, but still allows construction in Natomas. However, completion of flood
protection improvements under the NLIP will bring the Natomas Basin area in compliance with
State requirements for 200-year flood protection.

https://map1.msc.fema.gov/idms/IntraView.cgi?KEY=39919524&IFIT=1

C Reports and Studies

Wetlands report
Phase 1 Environmental Report
Soil Boring reports (see attached map)

See Sacramento 2035 General Plan Master Environmental Impact Report


https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-Reports

D Risks

See Sacramento County Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, Annex F: City of Sacramento.
http://www.waterresources.saccounty.net/Local%20Hazard%20Mitigation%20Plan/Sacramento%20Count
y%20Annex%20F%20City%20of%20Sacramento.pdf

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Flooding
The Natomas Levee Improvement Program entails improving the levee system that protects the
Natomas Basin. A partnership agreement was signed affirming the commitment of Federal, statec
and local agencies to complete upgrades to the 42 miles of levee surrounding the Natomas
Basin. Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA) has already completed 20 miles of levee
work. http://www.safca.org/protection/Environmental_NLIP.html

Weather
Sacramento has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Kppen Csa), characterized by damp to
wet, mild winters and hot, dry summers. The average annual precipitation is 18.52 inches (470
mm). On average, precipitation falls on 60 days each year in Sacramento, and nearly all of this
falls during the winter months. Snowfall is rare in Sacramento, which is only 25 ft (7.6 m) above
sea level. In the downtown area, there have been only 3 significant snow accumulations since
1900, the last one being in 1976.

Endangered Species
North Sacramento and North Natomas has the largest concentration of annual grassland.
Special-status species in or around the Plan Area that use annual grasslands for foraging and/or
nesting include the Swainsons hawk (Buteo swainsoni) and burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia).
Another special-status species occurring close to the Plan Area is the giant garter snake
(Thamnophis gigas) The Plan Area consists of developed land and disturbed land in the northern
part of the area (the latter supporting volunteer trees, shrubs, grasses, and other vegetation that
have grown over the years). Burrowing owl is the only documented special-status species spotted
in the Plan Area. (see attached figure)

Archaeological Resources
See Sacramento 2035 General Plan Master Environmental Impact Report
https://www.cityofsacramento.org/Community-Development/Planning/Environmental/Impact-
Reports

E Utilities (Electric/Natural Gas)

The Sacramento Metropolitan Utility District (SMUD) provides electrical service to the Specific Plan Area.
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) supplies natural gas service to the Specific Plan Area.
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Electric Utility

Arco Arena

Legend:

Existing OH double
69kV (NAT Line 2 &
3)

Arco Arena Existing Distribution


Substation (69kV/
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Existing Distribution
service transformers
(1500kVA, 12kV/
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Tra n s p o r ta t i o n O ve r v i e w
Transportation Overview

Sleep Train Arena Site - North Natomas


Proximity to major highways and arterial roads:
Sleep Train Arena is a half mile from Interstate 5, and a mile from Interstate 80 west
to the Bay Area and east to Placer County and the Tahoe Basin. Five minutes further
in Downtown Sacramento, Interstate 5 connects to the Capital Freeway (Business
80), State Route 99 south to Bakersfield, and U.S. 50 (Sacramento to East Coast).
Auto travel time to San Francisco and other Bay Area destinations via the interstate
system is generally under two hours except during peak commute periods.
New overcrossings of I-5 at Snowy Egret and El Centro will improve connectivity in
the areas near the site.
Proximity to the airport:
Sleep Train Arena takes 10 minutes (off-peak) to 15 minutes (peak) driving time to
SMF, which offers over 150 daily nonstop flights to cities across the US and abroad.
Among the non-stop locations are Seattle (2 hours); New York (5 hours); San
Francisco (1 hour); and Washington D.C. (5 hours)
A future expansion of Sacramentos light rail service will provide a direct connection
to SMF from Sleep Train Arena

Employee Transportation Options


The North Natomas Flyer provides shuttle services within the community of North
Natomas and to/from Downtown.
Regional Transit provides a regular route between Downtown and North Natomas
with a one-stop transfer to/from light rail and at the Intermodal Station for Capitol
Corridor service to/from Roseville or Davis and the Bay Area.
Planned bus rapid transit service will further improve connections to Natomas from
Southwest Placer, Rocklin and Roseville to the east.
With the completion of the Green Line extension, Sleep Train Arena will have direct
light rail service from downtown Sacramento, with connections to neighborhoods
throughout the Sacramento area.
Heavy rail service linking Stockton, Elk Grove, midtown Sacramento, and Natomas is
also in the planning stages. Sacramento Area Council of Governments
Natomas currently has many bike lanes and connections. The Sleep Train Arena site
is adjacent to the East Drainage Canal bike trail and less than two miles from the
Ueda Parkway bike trail, part of the regional trail network that connects to the 30-

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mile American River Parkway and cities along the American River. Additional planned
bike paths will provide direct connections from the Sleep Train Arena to the popular
regional trail network.
Sleep Train Arena can easily be reached by car from areas throughout the region via
Interstate 80, and Interstate 5 with its nearby interchanges with the Capital City
Freeway (Business 80), State Route 99 north and south, and U.S. 50.
An expanding carpool and bus lane network on Interstates 5 and 80, as well as
planned interchange improvements will further improve these connections.
North Natomas has an active Transportation Management Association (TMA). The
TMA offers a Guaranteed Ride Home Program, vanpool and rideshare matching, and
other assistance for employer members seeking to provide transportation
information and benefits to their employees. Proximity to active transportation
Sleep Train Arena has connectionseither on-street or separated bike pathsto the
many paths and trails in North Natomas, including access to a regional park with
playfields, farmers markets, and a lake, among other amenities,
Sleep Train Arena is also near the northern alignment of a park/trailway network
linking trails along and between the Dry Creek Parkway, Gibson Ranch, and Cherry
Island parks.
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Sacramento County, and the Greater Sacramento
Economic Council can work towards realizing our
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2 Easton Development Company: Amazon HQ2 Site
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logistics, supporting just about any Were in the middle of everywhere. The
*Refer to the Sacramento County Zoning
use one can imagine. Memorandum found in the Appendix section of
Easton properties are sewn into the existing
this document urban fabric of the greater Sacramento
region, where countless amenities and
services are nearby.

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The opportunities
on this site are vast

Imagine an Amazon HQ2 that


is set amongst an urban/suburban,
technology corridor that boasts a
background of the Sierra foothills,
an iconic and special place in our
nations Gold Rush pioneering
history; a 21st century campus that
is dynamically integrated into an
exciting, mixed-use setting.

Possibilities are endless. Amazon feet. One option for this blank canvas is
would be working with a blank, the opportunity to establish an organizing
approved and entitled 300 acre greenway which would interact and
canvas. Like you, we envision a vibrant, connect with Amazon buildings and
transit-friendly, urban think-tank that open space amenities.* In order to
has the ability to influence change in create a human-scale workplace
the community in addition to having
the flexibility to expand into future
environment, several complementary but
unique cores within the site could be
Easton is the largest urban
development phases. strategically located, each emphasized
by signature Amazon mixed-use office infill site opportunity in the
Sacramento region
Our team has thoughtfully considered towers and/or other landmark elements.
a potential HQ2 layout that meets your
desired program- all 8.1 million square * Refer to the initial concept sketches found in
the Appendix section of this document

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SACRAMENTO
INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT
MCCLELLAN
AIRPORT

PRIME REGIONAL LOCATION

Our site is easily accessible


MATHER
AIRPORT

How would you like to get here?


SACRAMENTO
EXECUTIVE
AIRPORT

BY PLANE BY LIGHT RAIL BY CAR BY BUS (lines not shown) BY TRAIL


Multiple major passenger and Open, operating today at our front Talk about prime visibility and Complementary to light rail will If you love to walk and bike just as much as
cargo airports are located less door. Now. Come aboard, were a accessibility, the HQ2 site and be a robust bus system, which we do, youll be glad to hear we have a Trails
than a 30-minute drive from train ride away from the heart of the Easton properties front onto could offer bus to rail transfers Master Plan in place for our site. We have a
the site, including Sacramento Sacramento and other exciting Highway 50, a significant freeway from the existing and planned hierarchical trails network including major and
International Airport (SMF) and destinations. Conveniently that connects the Bay Area to Lake stations adjacent to our site secondary pedestrian connections as well as
Mather Airport. The Amazon located on our Folsom Boulevard Tahoe and ultimately the East Coast and operate within the Easton Class I, II, and III paths that will unite with the
Sacramento Fulfillment doorstep is the Hazel Light Rail of the U.S. From two interchanges properties. Opportunities to regions system.
Center, a highly automated Station, a stop along the Gold off Highway 50 one can easily provide shuttle buses from
and technologically advanced Line within the Sacramento access Interstate 80, Highway 99, Amazon and various employers Our location capitalizes on more than a handful
facility is located near SMF. Regional Transit Light Rail system. and Interstate 5. to residential projects and other of significant trails nearby to connect to. A
Other nearby airports that may Additional nearby stations parts of the Easton community pedestrian only bridge exists from our front
support passenger and cargo include the Iron Point Station less Were also anticipating additional are available. door across Highway 50, linking Easton to the
include McClellan Airfield and than one mile east, and a future future connections to the south American River Trail to the west, one of the
Sacramento Executive Airport. planned station less than one mile to Highway 50 and Interstate 99 most significant urban greenway corridors in
to the west. as well as a planned southbound any metropolitan center in the United States
extension of Hazel Avenue which will (refer to the figure). Furthermore, we are
strengthen the access to and from expanding the greenway eastward on our
the Easton properties. property adjacent to Alder Creek for over
3 miles. These trails and paths will create
important linkages to services, amenities, and
regional open spaces.

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Easton Property Entitlement Status Acres Jurisdiction

The Proposed
~300 Sacramento County, CA
Amazon HQ2 Site

Did we mention we have Glenborough 1,200+ Sacramento County, CA

a lot of entitled land? Rio Del Oro 2,300+ Rancho Cordova, CA

Hillsborough 700+ Folsom, CA

Lets make Amazons next set of dreams come true. All Westborough In Progress 1,650+ Rancho Cordova, CA
of your desired program (and more!) would fit on the
Existing Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings campus,
suggested 300 acre Easton site. We recognize Amazon Other Development approved for light / heavy industrial, aerospace
Land uses with the ability for future redevelopment
5,500+ Sacramento County, CA
is a powerhouse company that will grow, and there are
opportunities
clearly plenty of opportunities to do so here.
FAIR OAKS FOLSOM
Here is a quick overview of the status of the contiguous
properties and planned communities we exclusively own.
For more information on the suggested HQ2 site, including Glenborough
details on the infrastructure and utility services, refer to
the appendix section of this document. The Proposed
Amazon HQ2 Site Hillsborough

Westborough Other
Development
SACRAMENTO Land

Easton Development Properties

RANCHO
CORDOVA
Rio Del Oro

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OUR UNDERSTANDING

The days of isolated single-


use office buildings and
cubicles are over
With shifting demographics and being We believe in a creating a healthy work
in a digital revolution, the corporate environment that
campus needs to be thoughtfully
designed to inspire, nurture, and
CONNECTS people with each other
consider the wellness and retention of
your talent. for the transfer of knowledge.

Job seekers are looking at companies INTERACTS with their surrounding


like Amazon that offer competitive local and regional neighbors and
salaries and benefits as well as beyond.
a place that has differentiating
amenities, such as alternative INNOVATES new ways of thinking
modes of transportation, personal
to spark ideas and develop best
services, health and wellness, and
practices.
outdoor facilities. The site proposed
for Amazon plans for all of these
elements.

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SURROUNDED BY AMENITIES

From our site,


destinations are easily accessible
Where would you like to go?

World class wine tasting destinations such


URBAN DEVELOPMENT as Napa, Sonoma, Sierra foothills, Lodi,
Downtown Sacramento is easily accessible by light rail and Livermore are all within 1.5 hours away.
or car. Well established neighboring cities including Cheers to that!
Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Rancho Cordova, Roseville,
among others, are supportive of this HQ2 proposal.
OPEN SPACE
Please refer to the letters of support from the Folsom Again, we are really big on trails and open space.
Chamber of Commerce and Rancho Cordova Whether you want to hike, bike, ski, swim, climb,
Chamber of Commerce in the appendix section. fish, raft, or you name it we got it.

ENTERTAINMENT Local destinations such as Lake Natoma, Folsom


Lake, American River, Nimbus Dam Recreation
In addition to the great outdoors, we have options Area, Alder Creek, and the nationally renowned
galore to keep you and residents entertained. Sacramento State Aquatic Center (used for the
NCAA rowing champions) offer endless passive
Enjoy a dining or shopping excursion within our Easton and active recreational opportunities. Looking for
properties or next door, in nearby towns. a little adventure? The Sierras, Yosemite National
Park, Lake Tahoe, and several other National
Catch a Sacramento Kings basketball game at Golden Forests are an hour road-trip away.
1 Center in Downtown Sacramento.
Easton provides more than 1,900 acres of parks
Take the kids for an exploration in Gold Country, the and greenways embedded into the neighborhoods
Sacramento Childrens Museum, and Harris Center for of our properties that are intertwined with the
the Arts. regional open space system. The greener, the
better.
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QUALITY OF LIFE

The greater Easton project


provides something for everyone

The suggested Amazon HQ2 site Traditional downtowns, charming


at Easton Place would be part of a streets, plentiful parks, and
larger project, The Easton Master accessibility are key components
Plan, which in total will provide for of each borough.
more than 18,500 housing units in
the region representing a variety of Conveniently located within
types and densities ranging from Sacramento County, The Easton
apartments to luxury estates. Boroughs are envisioned to be
places where open space, great
Spanning over three jurisdictions, neighborhoods, employment
The Easton Master Plan represent opportunities, and commercial
a connected, cohesive project amenities are combined into
that is made up of a rare blend a lively and inviting place for
of residential, educational, residents and visitors.
professional, and recreational uses,
served by a robust transportation
system.

Easton Place and the opportunity


for the proposed HQ2 site is the
heart of the Master Plan.
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WE CARE

Our master plan has a commitment to


the community and future generations

The Easton Master Plan


Site & Landscape Opportunities Building Opportunities
incorporates progressive
sustainability solutions Existing solar farms that generate up to 6 Mega Buildings that meet the current Energy
that reflect the best in Watts located on site Efficiency Standards of Californias Title 24
contemporary thinking and
Thousands of acres available for more solar Heating and cooling systems to achieve a
the flexibility to respond to opportunities minimum 14% above American Society of
future needs. Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning
Street grid and parcel configurations that favor Engineers (ASHRAE) standards
Listed in the following passive solar orientation and delta cooling breezes
are some highlights of Energy Star Standards achieved for
Robust pedestrian-first circulation system heating, cooling, and lighting control
sustainability policies systems, appliances, and roofing systems
being implemented and/ A cycling community that includes Class 1, 2, and
or considered within our 3, trails and lanes Solar applications applied to buildings and
Easton communities. ancillary structures
A connected Transit Oriented Development Plan
Building materials locally sourced where
Water efficient irrigation systems feasible from the greater Sacramento
region
Reduce potential Greenhouse Gas Emissions by
57% over business-as-usual

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Over 8.3 million square feet of approved and entitled development.
Right here.
*This artistic rendering has been prepared to consider how
the Amazon HQ2 is envisioned on the Easton Site. Right now.

We believe Amazon, Easton Development Company, Sacramento County, and the


Greater Sacramento Economic Council team would make a great partnership and we
11 Easton Development Company: Amazon HQ2 Site hope you think so too.

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APPENDIX

Reference materials included in this package include


the following. Additional technical reports are
available upon request.

Land Use Policy Memorandum Technical Exhibits


- Sacramento County Zoning Memorandum - Utility Overview & Detailed Infrastructure Exhibits Memo
- Amazon HQ2 Aerial Exhibit
Letters of Support - Amazon HQ2 Utility Providers Exhibit
- Folsom Chamber of Commerce - Amazon HQ2 Topography Exhibit
- Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce - Exhibit 1: SMUD Substations/69kV Line
- Exhibit 2: Sanitary Sewer Infrastructure
Concept Sketches - Exhibit 3: Domestic Water Infrastructure
- Exhibit 1: Potential Concept Plan - Exhibit 4: Storm Drainage Infrastructure
- Exhibit 2: Concept Idea Preliminary Program - Exhibit 5: Trail Exhibit
- Exhibit 3: Concept Sketch - Exhibit 6: Roadway Exhibit
- Exhibit 4: Concept Ideas Districts - Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) Panel 114
- Exhibit 5: Concept Ideas Programs - Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) Panel 118
- Exhibit 6: Concept Ideas Massing - Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) Panel 119

Site Address: 2001 Aerojet Rd, Aerojet Rd & Hwy 50, Sacramento, CA

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Zon i n g M em o A e ro j e t R F I Ea s t o n

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Office of Planning and County Executive
Environmental Review Navdeep S. Gill
Leighann Moffitt, Director

IN T E R D E P A R T M E N T A L M E M O

DATE: October 4, 2017

TO: Troy Givans


Economic Development Director

FROM: Leighann Moffitt


Planning Director

SUBJECT: Zoning Review of Aerojet Special Planning Area Designated Office Use Areas,
including Easton Place and Glenborough Project Areas (Aerojet SPA)

The Aerojet Special Planning Area (Aerojet SPA) was last updated and adopted by the County of
Sacramento Board of Supervisors on January 28, 2009 [Zoning Ordinance Number SZC-2009-0001,
Sacramento County Zoning Code (SZC) Section 508-300] in the approval of the Easton Place and
Glenborough projects. The purpose of the Aerojet SPA is to define a flexible regulatory framework to
promote uses on the Aerojet properties in the heart of Sacramento County.

Two sub-components of the larger Aerojet SPA are the 183-acre Easton Place and 1,208-acre
Glenborough at Easton master plans. There are also additional master plan areas in the adjacent
Cities of Rancho Cordova and Folsom, not subject to County regulation.

Sacramento County Planning has concluded that the Aerojet SPA permits the construction of
approximately 8,377,900 square feet of office uses by-right in the overall Aerojet SPA within the
unincorporated portions of the County. Please note that code requirements, including but not limited to
non-discretionary design review, may apply.

Easton Place Land Use Master Plan Office Use

Easton Place is a Land Use Master Plan covering a portion of the Aerojet SPA that is organized as a
series of three Districts (Transit, Central, and Market), each of which offers differing but complementary
uses. The Transit District will consist of predominantly residential and office uses to take advantage of
proximity to the nearby light rail transit station. The Central District will have a mixture of residential,
office, commercial/retail, entertainment, and civic uses and will serve as both a local and regional
employment center. The Market District will be a more conventional region-serving commercial/retail
area with additional office and community support uses (taken from Easton Place Land Use Master
Plan, Chapter 1- Vision Statement, page 3).

Each District includes an overall square footage amount designated for a mix of office, commercial,
retail, entertainment, and civic uses. The Easton Place Land Use Master Plan is designed and
approved to be flexible in the location of the approved uses. While the expectation is for a mix of uses,

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all of the square footage approved could be earmarked for office use by-right. Therefore, the maximum
amounts of office use square footage in each Easton Place District breaks down as follows:

Transit District (Sub district T3): 283,000 square feet


Central District (Sub districts C1 - C5): 2,309,100 square feet
Market District (Sub districts M1 - M3): 935,800 square feet
Total 3,527,900 square feet
(Based on projections listed in Table 2.1- Land Use Summary Table, pg. 15 of Master Plan.)

Aerojet SPA Office Use

The Aerojet SPA includes a provision to permit retention, reactivation, modification, or development of
new office square footage commensurate with the historical amount on the site, which is approximately
4.6 million square feet. This grandfathered allowance is limited to the designated Administrative Areas
of the SPA, which abut Easton Place to the southwest, south, and southeast. Further, an additional
250,000 square feet of office use is permitted outside of the Administrative Areas, for a total of
4,850,000 square feet of potential office use area in the general Aerojet SPA. Additional square
footage (no stated cap) may be allowed with the issuance of a Conditional Use Permit by the Planning
Commission. In addition, the Aerojet SPA allows a wide range of Industrial Park and Heavy Industrial
Uses in other designated Areas.

SZC 508-304(a) Existing Uses, (3) Office Uses.


Aerojets permitted uses of the subject property within this Special Planning Area permit Aerojet to
reactivate, relocate, restructure, modify, expand and renovate its office uses commensurate with its
historical uses. Notwithstanding subsections (b) and (c) below and except as otherwise provided
pursuant to Section 508-304(d) hereof, or the approval of one or more Land Use Master Plans pursuant
to Section 508-307 hereof, the total net office uses, wherever such office uses may, from time to time,
be located on the property within this Special Planning Area shall not exceed the net approximately 4.6
million square feet of existing office uses (as defined in Section 508-303(c) hereof). Any reactivated or
relocated office use shall be (a) within the Administrative Area of the subject property, which is depicted
in Section 508-313, Exhibit B of this Special Planning Area Ordinance, or (b), if located outside said
administrative area, the total net office uses outside said administrative area shall not exceed 250,000
square feet and shall be located within areas of the subject property that have been historically used for
office purposes. If such office use exceeds said 4.6 million square feet within said administrative area
or exceeds said 250,000 square feet outside of said administrative area within areas that have been
historically used for office purposes, it is considered a new use and is subject to issuance of a
conditional use permit pursuant to Section 508-305 hereof, except as may otherwise be provided
pursuant to the approval of one or more Land Use Master Plans pursuant to Section 508-307 hereof.
Relocated office uses shall not be located within 500 feet of the White Rock Road Special Planning
Area without the issuance of a conditional use permit or, alternatively, the approval of one or more Land
Use Master Plans.

cc: Surinder Singh, Principal Planner


Jessica Brandt, Senior Planner

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Tra n s p o r ta t i o n O ve r v i e w
Transportation Overview

Easton at Aerojet Rocketdyne Site


Proximity to major highways and arterial roads:
Access within 1 mile to US 50 allows for 20- to 30-minute drive times to Downtown
Sacramento, with connections to the larger interstate system including Interstate 5,
State Route 99, and Interstate 80 to the Bay Area. New carpool lanes from Rancho
Cordova to Sacramento will continue to improve travel times
A planned new east-west Easton Valley Parkway parallel to U.S. 50 between Rancho
Cordova and Folsom will reduce demand on Highway 50, and a new Hazel Avenue
extension will link to a new Latrobe/White Rock Road Connector, providing
connections to El Dorado Hills to the east, and Sacramento and Elk Grove to the
west.
Auto travel time to San Francisco and other Bay Area destinations via the interstate
system is generally around 2 to 3 hours except during peak commute periods.

Proximity to the international airport:


Driving time from Easton Place is within 30 minutes (off-peak) to 80 minutes (peak) to
Sacramento International Airport, offering over 150 daily nonstop flights, including to
Seattle (2 hours); New York (5 hours); San Francisco (1 hour); and Washington D.C. (5
hours).
A future expansion of Sacramentos light rail service will provide a direct connection
to SMF from the nearby Old Folsom station and the Easton site.

Employee Transportation Options


Easton Place is -mile from the Hazel Light Rail Station on the Gold Line, which
offers frequent east-west service between Sacramento and Rancho Cordova, and
transfers from light rails north-south Blue Line.
The Gold Line offers direct service to and from downtown Sacramento, where a one-
stop transfer at the Sacramento Valley Intermodal station provides direct intercity rail
connections to and from the Bay Area on the Capitol Corridor 15 times daily.
From communities to the east, El Dorado Transit provides connecting bus service to
the light rail Gold Line, and Sacramento Regional Transit and Rancho Cordovas
Cordovan provide bus service within Rancho Cordova and connecting to light rail
services to communities throughout Sacramento County.

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The City is also piloting first mile/last mile TNC connections to Rancho Cordova light
rail stations. Existing and planned bike routes and Sacramentos American River
Parkway, with more than 30 miles of separated bikeway, provide options for
employees to bicycle to work.
U.S. 50 and the new Easton Valley Parkway and Latrobe/White Rock Road
Connector offer numerous driving options from other communities across the region,
and planned interchange improvements and carpool lanes for rideshares and transit
will continue to improve travel times.
The 50 Corridor Transportation Management Association (TMA) offers an Emergency
Ride Home Program, vanpool and rideshare matching, and other assistance for
member employers seeking to provide transportation information and benefits to
their employees.
Bike and pedestrian access available.
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October 4, 2017



Jeff Bezos, Chairman, President, and CEO
Amazon
410 Terry Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109-5210


Dear Mr. Bezos,

Thank you for the opportunity to present the City of Folsom, as you and your team consider options
for Amazons HQ2 campus. There are unique and strategic opportunities that a Folsom location
would provide Amazon access to a world-class technical and creative workforce only found in
California; access to California companies that may be a part of Amazons future growth strategy;
access to a myriad of air and ground transportation options that connect employees at a Folsom
campus with Seattle, the nation, and the world; and, the ability to partner with leaders in
education, government, and industry in Northern California and the State to influence programs
and policy.

Steeped in California Gold Rush history but with a clear vision for the future, Folsom has become a
unique community within the Greater Sacramento Region. While Folsom is home to tech giants like
Intel, Micron, and Toshiba, it is also an entrepreneurial hub that has seen start-ups such as,
Inductive Automation, Visionary Integration Professionals, and PowerSchool become international
leaders in their industries. These companies and others have discovered the quality workforce,
affordable and varied housing, highly ranked schools, and unsurpassed quality of life that Folsom
provides. Residents, employees, and visitors of Folsom benefit from and enjoy a wide variety of
retail and restaurant amenities, world-class sports, recreation, and cultural venues.

With the addition of the Folsom Ranch development south of Highway 50, the City of Folsom is
taking its next step forward. The 3,000+ acre project will add commercial, retail, and residential
development and will include more than 10,000 new homes and nearly 1,000 acres of permanent
open space on rolling hills accentuated with majestic oaks. With flexible commercial zoning and the
support of city leadership, the Amazon-proposed sites in Folsom Ranch and adjacent properties will
provide Amazon the opportunity to develop a new corporate campus that is unique and services the
demands of your future work, employees, and customers.


Choose Folsom is the brand of Folsom Economic Development Corporation


On behalf of the Folsom business community, we appreciate your consideration of Folsom as a


location for your HQ2 Project and encourage you to strongly consider the benefits of establishing a
corporate presence in Folsom.

Sincerely,

JOE GAGLIARDI

President and CEO


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Fol som N ar ra t i ve S t o r y b o a r d
Highlights and Benefits
of a Folsom, California Location

Unencumbered by outstanding regulatory or environmental requirements, all proposed sites in


Folsom are zoned appropriately, entitled, and ready-to-go, meeting the Phase 1 (most
immediate) timeline required by Amazon.

A Folsom campus location offers access to additional proposed sites along the Highway 50
Corridor in the Sacramento Region. For a campus as large as that which is proposed, a trolley
or rail system could connect an Amazon campus that includes villages at the proposed
Folsom sites, the proposed Easton project in adjacent Sacramento County, and the proposed El
Dorado Hills project in adjacent El Dorado County.

Folsom Ranch includes entitlements for more than 10,000 new homes, which when combined
with housing entitlements granted and under development in the western-adjacent Easton
project and the eastern-adjacent El Dorado Hills project, will provide tens of thousands of new
home options for Amazons future workforce.

Situated on US Highway 50, 18 miles east of Sacramento and the western United States
intersection of the main north/south (Interstate 5 and US Highway 99) and east/west (Interstate
80 and US Highway 50) freeway systems, Folsom provides easy access and mobility for
employees and customers.

A Folsom location would provide quick access to and from Sacramento International Airport for
commercial passenger service, as well as access to Mather Jet Center, located 10 miles west,
providing executive, corporate, and air cargo flight services including 20 minute flights into the
San Francisco Bay Area.

Light rail connects Folsom to Downtown Sacramento, with plans for extension to Sacramento
International Airport

Folsom is home to an Intel campus of nearly 7,000 that has the highest recruitment and
retention rate for all of Intels US campuses. Through the years, senior leadership at Intel have
chosen to have offices at the Folsom campus and homes in Folsom, in addition to, or in lieu of
their offices at Intels corporate headquarter location in Santa Clara.

Folsom leaders are proud that it is the location of choice for companies of all sizes from tech
giants like Intel, Micron, and Toshiba, to powerhouse regional start-ups that have grown to be

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the leaders in their industries, such as Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP), VSP Global,
PowerSchool, and Aerojet.

Folsoms seismic stability and weather conditions have also attracted many critical back office,
data centers, and support service companies in the energy, healthcare, and finance/insurance
fields.

Folsom has more professional and technical talent per capita than anywhere else in the Greater
Sacramento Area, and boasts the highest annual median income, at more than $100,000, in the
region and the thirteenth best in the State.

More than 50 percent of all annual wages in Folsom are generated by employment in the
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Sector.

Relative to the nation, Folsom has extremely high specialization in the following computer
occupations:
Computer Systems Analysts
Computer Programmers
Software Developers in Systems Software
When compared to California, Folsom retains its relatively high specialization in these
occupations, doing particularly well in Computer Systems Analysts and Computer
Programmers.

Residents of Folsom are highly educated with nearly 50 percent holding a college degree. Their
children attend schools in the highest performing district in the region based on test scores and
graduation rates.

With access to a regional labor pool larger than San Francisco, companies in Folsom have no
problem recruiting and retaining talent. In fact, Folsom companies have had great success in
attracting talent from the San Francisco Bay Area. Affordable housing options combined with
access to world class sports, recreation and cultural venues in a city with outstanding schools,
parks and retail amenities make it an easy decision for employees of all ages to make the move
to Folsom.

Folsom is located in the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), which provides among the
lowest electricity rates in the State and boasts among the best records of reliability for its
customers.

SMUD is a national leader in building a portfolio of sustainably generated electricity and


encourages and assists its customers in pursuing sustainability and efficiency.

Folsom regularly attains high national rankings on lists having to do with work and life:
#5 Best Place to Live in California SmartAsset
#1 Best California City to Raise a Family WalletHub
Americas Coolest Suburbs ThrillList.com
Best Cities for Young Professionals - Movoto
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AMAZON 201
Fol som S i t e 2 R e s p o ns e
340 Palladio Parkway, Suite 521
Folsom, California 95630-8775
(916) 984-1300 FAX (916) 984-1322






Site: East Bidwell Commercial
Address: Boundaries: East Bidwell Street, Clarksville Road, Cavitt Drive, Broadstone Parkway
Owner: Elliott Homes, Inc.
Size: 27-30 acres
Zoning: General Commercial
Access: From East Bidwell and Broadstone Parkway
Adjacent to Palladio Lifestyle Center
Reports/Studies: Environmentally clear; studies available upon request.
Potential SF: 600,000

AMAZON 203
340 Palladio Parkway, Suite 521
Folsom, California 95630-8775
(916) 984-1300 FAX (916) 984-1322







Site: Kaiser
Address: 285 Palladio Parkway, Folsom, CA 95630
Owner: Kaiser Permanente
Size: 55 acres
Zoning: Commercial/Medical Office
Access: Off Iron Point Road and Broadstone Parkway
Adjacent to Palladio Lifestyle Center
Reports/Studies: Environmentally clear; studies available upon request.
Potential SF: 800,000



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Tra n s p o r ta t i o n O ve r v i e w
Transportation Overview

Folsom Site
Proximity to major highways and arterial roads:
Access within 1 mile to U.S. 50 allows for 20- to 30-minute drive times to Downtown
Sacramento, with connections to the larger interstate system including Interstate 5,
State Route 99, and Interstate 80 to the Bay Area.
A planned new east-west Easton Valley Parkway parallel to U.S. 50 between Folsom
and Rancho Cordova will reduce demand on Highway 50. The site will also link to a
new Latrobe/White Rock Road Connector, providing connections to El Dorado Hills
to the east, and Rancho Cordova, Sacramento and Elk Grove to the west.
Auto travel time to San Francisco and other Bay Area destinations via the interstate
system is generally around 2 to 2 hours except during peak commute periods.

Proximity to the international airport:


Driving time from Folsom is within 30 minutes (off-peak) to 80 minutes (peak) to
Sacramento International Airport, offering over 150 daily nonstop flights, including to
Seattle (2 hours); New York (5 hours); San Francisco (1 hour); and Washington D.C. (5
hours).

Employee Transportation Options


Folsom Ranch is 1 mile from the Iron Point Light Rail Station on the Gold Line, which
offers frequent east-west service between Sacramento and Folsom, and transfers
from light rails north-south Blue Line.
The Gold Line from Iron Point offers direct service to and from downtown
Sacramento, where a one-stop transfer at the Sacramento Valley Intermodal station
provides direct intercity rail connections to and from the Bay Area on the Capitol
Corridor 15 times daily.
From communities to the east, El Dorado Transit provides connecting bus service to
the light rail Gold Line, and Folsom Stageline provides bus service within Folsom and
connecting to light rail to communities throughout Sacramento County.
Existing and planned bike routes and Sacramentos American River Parkway, with
more than 30 miles of separated bikeway, provide options for employees to bicycle
to work.

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The plan for this developing area includes additional transit connections within the
community and to light rail, and pedestrian and bike facilities throughout the new
community.
U.S. 50, major arterials such as Hazel and Sunrise Boulevards connecting to I-80 and
Placer County, and the new Latrobe/White Rock Road Connector offer numerous
driving options from communities across the region, and planned interchange
improvements and carpool lanes for rideshares and transit will continue to improve
travel times.
The 50 Corridor Transportation Management Association (TMA) offers an Emergency
Ride Home Program, vanpool and rideshare matching, and other assistance for
member employers seeking to provide transportation information and benefits to
their employees.
Bike and pedestrian access are not yet available.
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AMAZON 225
Tra n s p o r ta t i o n O ve r v i e w
Transportation Overview

El Dorado Hills
Proximity to major highways and arterial roads:
Access within 1 mile to U.S. 50 allows for 30- to 40-minute drive times to Downtown
Sacramento, with connections to the larger interstate system including Interstate 5,
State Route 99, and Interstate 80 to the Bay Area.
Auto travel time to San Francisco and other Bay Area destinations via the interstate
system is generally around 2 1/2to 3 hours except during peak commute periods.
The site will link to a new Latrobe/White Rock Road Connector, providing
connections to Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Sacramento and Elk Grove to the west.

Proximity to the international airport:


Driving time from Folsom is within 40 minutes (off-peak) to 90 minutes (peak) to
Sacramento International Airport, offering over 150 daily nonstop flights, including to
Seattle (2 hours); New York (5 hours); San Francisco (1 hour); and Washington D.C. (5
hours).

Employee Transportation Options


From communities to the east, El Dorado Transit provides connecting bus service
to/from the light rail Gold Line station at Iron Point, connecting with communities
throughout Sacramento County.
The Gold Line from offers direct service to and from downtown Sacramento, where a
one-stop transfer at the Sacramento Valley Intermodal station provides direct
intercity rail connections to and from the Bay Area on the Capitol Corridor 15 times
daily.
U.S. 50 provides access for employees who drive, and includes carpool lanes that
speed driving time for those who choose to use transit or rideshare. The planned
Latrobe/White Rock Road Connector will also provide driving connections for
employees coming from Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Sacramento and Elk Grove.
The 50 Corridor Transportation Management Association (TMA) offers a Guaranteed
Ride Home Program, vanpool and rideshare matching, and other assistance for
member employers seeking to provide transportation information and benefits to
their employees.
Class 1 paved bike paths and Class 2 dedicated bike lanes connect the site to
communities where workers live, including Folsom, Rancho Cordova, and into
Sacramento and the urban core.

AMAZON 227
Pedestrian access is limited because of the site's location by the 50 Corridor.
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AMAZON 233
Ci ty of R os e v i l l e Po t e n t i a l S i t e s
Site #1 City of Roseville: 290 Conference Center Drive
Core Quantity Units Description
Preferences
Site Requirements
Site Location and 11.02 acres
Size 290 Conference Center Drive (APN: 363-011-086)


Zoning Zoned: Community Commercial
Land Use: Business Professional/Community Commercial
Proximity to 30 Miles 0 miles to population.
population center
Site located within population center adjacent to Westfield Galleria at
Roseville.
Daytime population 170,000;
Nighttime population 135,868
Proximity to Within 45 Minutes Site is located approximately 19 miles (35 minutes) to Sacramento
International Airport International Airport
Proximity to major Not more Miles HIGH PROFILE VISIBILITY FREEWAY: Site is located .5 miles south of
highways and than 1-2 Highway 65 and 1.5 miles west of Interstate 80. Major arterials
arterial roads adjacent (within mile) to the project site are East Roseville Parkway
and Galleria Boulevard
Access to mass At Site Site has direct access to bus routes and access to rail/train within 1.5
transit miles
Building Requirements
Initial Sq. ft. Req. 500,000+ Sq. Ft. 500,000 sq. ft. Accommodates Phase 1 requirements
Total Sq. Ft. Req. Up to Sq. Ft. 0
8,000,000


AMAZON 235
Site #2 City of Roseville: 6382 Phillip Road - Pan Handle
Core Quantity Units Description
Preferences
Site Requirements
Site Location and 160 acres
Size 6382 Phillip Road (APN: 017-101-008)


Zoning Zoned: Planned Development
Land Use: Public/Quasi Public
Proximity to 30 Miles 2-5 miles to population.
population center
Site located along the western boundary of the City of Roseville and is
within the West Roseville Specific Plan area. The City of Rosevilles
demographics are:
Daytime population 170,000;
Nighttime population 135,868
Proximity to Within 45 Minutes Site is located approximately 15 miles (30 minutes) to Sacramento
International Airport International Airport
Proximity to major Not more Miles Site sits 5 miles west of Highway 65 and 8.5 miles northwest of
highways and than 1-2 Interstate 80. Major arterials within 1 mile are: Fiddyment Road and
arterial roads future extension of Blue Oaks Boulevard (planned for construction in
2018)
Access to mass At Site Site has direct access planned to bus routes and access to rail/train
transit within 5 miles.
Building Requirements
Initial Sq. ft. Req. 500,000+ Sq. Ft. 500,000 sq. ft. Accommodate Phase 1 requirements
Total Sq. Ft. Req. Up to Sq. Ft. 8,000,000 sq. ft. Accommodates Phase 1 and 2 requirements
8,000,000

Site #3 ATK: Curry Creek Annexation to Roseville
Core Quantity Units Description
Preferences
Site Requirements
Site Location and 400+ acres
Size


Zoning Zoned/Land Use: Agricultural
Proximity to 30 Miles Site located within Placer County and adjacent to City of Roseville City
population center limits. Closest population is City of Roseville with a population of:
Daytime population 170,000;
Nighttime population 135,868
Proximity to Within 45 Minutes Site is located approximately 15 miles (30 minutes) to Sacramento
International Airport International Airport
Proximity to major Not more Miles Site sits 5.75 miles west of Highway 65 and 9.75 miles west of Interstate
highways and than 1-2 80 and 7 miles to Highway 70. Major arterials within 1 mile are:
arterial roads Fiddyment Road and future extension of Blue Oaks Boulevard (planned
for construction in 2018)
Access to mass At Site Site has direct access planned to bus routes and access to rail/train
transit within 5 miles.
Building Requirements
Initial Sq. ft. Req. 500,000+ Sq. Ft. Does not accommodate / needs annexation
Total Sq. Ft. Req. Up to Sq. Ft. 8,000,000 sq. ft. Accommodates Phase 2 and beyond
8,000,000

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2 90 Con f e re nc e Ce n t e r D r i ve

AMAZON 239
Amazon Sites RFI
290 Conference Center Drive

Overview
The 290 Conference Center Drive site is 11 acres in size and is currently undeveloped. The site has
commercial/business professional land use and commercial zoning, and has utility and traffic capacity for
up to 500,000 square feet of professional office development potential. Building height up to ten stories is
permitted. The proposed project will require approval of a major project permit and subsequent
environmental impact report. Entitlements are approved at the Planning Commission level unless appealed
to the City Council.

A. Basic Site Data and Attributes:


1. Address: 290 Conference Center Drive, Roseville CA, 95678
2. APN: 363-011-086
3. Zoning: Community Commercial / Special Area Overlay. Professional office and retail are permitted
uses (maximum 60% retail).
4. Neighboring land uses: Community Commercial / Business Professional. Site is bordered by
commercial retail, restaurants, hotel, and event center to the south, a 2.5 million square feet of
regional retail to the east, upscale health club (under construction), professional office, and high
density housing to the west.
5. Size in acres: 11 acres
6. Shape of site: Mostly rectangular with irregular eastern boundary adjacent to open space / creek.
7. Potential for expansion: Two privately owned undeveloped parcels (7 and 8 acres, respectively)
border the site to the south for an additional estimated 260,000 square feet of potential office
space.
8. Geotechnical status: South Placer area is classified as a low severity earthquake zone. No active
faults are known to exist within the County. The project site is considered to have low seismic risk
with respect to faulting, ground shaking, seismically related ground failure and liquefaction.
Subsurface soils (below 2 feet) are a mix of cemented, volcanic mudflow breccia, conglomerate,
minor silt and sand. No groundwater was encountered at maximum auger depth of 39 feet. Nearest
recorded groundwater depths range from 48 to 108 feet (source: DWR, wells
387755N1212753W001 and 387755N1212753W002). Please see the attached geotechnical study
for more information.
9. Bearing capacities: To be determined by qualified geotechnical engineer. Foundations for the
previously approved hotel tower on this site were designed using allowable capacities of 6,700 psf
for dead loads, 10,000 psf for dead plus live, and 13,300 psf for dead plus live plus seismic.
10. Special incentive zone: None.
11. Ownership: Public (City of Roseville)
290 Conference Center Drive
Site Information Page 2 of 3

B. Maps and Photography

1. Regional transportation routes and access points: the site is accessible regionally via State Route
65 from the Pleasant Grove and Stanford Ranch Road interhanges. The site is accessible locally via
Roseville Parkway and Gibson Drive.

Pleasant Grove Bl.

Stanford Ranch Rd

2. Utilities Map: see attached.


3. Aerial photography: see attached.
4. Topographic map: see attached
5. Flood plain map: see attached.

C. Reports and Studies


1. Wetlands report: A previous Clean Water Act Nationwide Permit 26 authorized fill of then-existing
jurisdictional seasonal wetlands and vernal pools on the site in 1989. The wetlands were filled and
mitigated and the property has since been regularly mowed and disked to prevent wetlands from
re-establishing.
2. Phase 1 environmental report: see attached.
3. Soil boring reports: see attached.

D. Risks
1. Risk of flooding: the site is adjacent to, but not within the regulatory flood plain (see attached
map). Furthermore, City improvement standards require commercial development to have a
finished floor elevation no less than two feet above the Citys 100-year flood elevation.
2. Frequency of major weather events within 50 miles: The site is not located in an area suseptable
to tornadoes, hurricanes, tropical storms, major snowstorms, flooding, or seismic activity.

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290 Conference Center Drive
Site Information Page 3 of 3
3. Endangered species: previous site surveys and records searches have not yielded evidence of
endangered species or archeological remnants.

E. Utilities
1. Name of power provider: Roseville Electric (municipally owned electric utility)
2. Reliability data / outage information: see attached outage report for calendar year 2017 to date.
Roseville Electric has some of the best reliability and outage response times in California.
3. Existing electric capacity: 10 megawatts
4. Source of power: 32% renewable. See attached power content label for details.

Additional Doucments Available Upon Request:


Geotechnical Study
Utility Plans
Phase 1 ESA
Topography
Vicinity Map
2017 Aerial Photograph
Regulatory Flood Plain
Electric Outage & Reliability Data (systemwide data not parcel specific)
Roseville Electric 2016 Power Content Label
Policy Follow-Up

Revenue information:
CA General Fund Taxes From Amazon HQ2
Total General
Income Sales/Use Corporation/Insurance
Fund
Total over 20 years $3,940,436,120 $1,241,673,266 $592,000,503 $5,774,109,888
Estimated Annual Levy at Full
Buildout $321,294,481 $100,296,154 $47,808,000 $469,398,635
Source: University of the Pacific Model, September 2017

GSEC Information Requested:


The Amazon RFI requests a summary of total incentives offered with the information outlined in the table below. Please fill in with as much
information as possible, including incentives available for specific sites.

AMAZON 243
Incentive Location of Timing of Calculation Eligibility Required Benefit Guaranteed Recapture
Description Incentive payment/realization of amount Requirement(s) mechanisms Period Yes/No? or
and Explain if Clawbacks?
approvals needed
Land Gift 290 Land gift of 11 acres $4,791,600 Loan to be Council Term of Guaranteed
Could
Conference may be provided as land value forgivable approval of loan through include a
Center a forgivable loan based on upon reaching a purchase subject to agreements
claw back
Drive, appraisal a community and sale negotiation provision if
Roseville investment or agreement with investment
benefit in and loan Amazon not made
excess of agreement and their and
appraised business Amazon
value need does not
want to
acquire
property
Land Gift 6382 Philip Land gift of 160 $34,848,000 Loan to be Council Term of Guaranteed Could
Road, acres may be land value forgivable approval of loan through include a
Roseville provided as a based on upon reaching a purchase subject to agreements claw back
forgivable loan appraisal a community and sale negotiation provision if
investment or agreement with investment
benefit in and loan Amazon not made
excess of agreement and their and
appraised business Amazon
value need does not
want to
acquire
property
Expedited, Any site in Timing is scheduled Value is not Amazon is CEQA, Duration of Yes N/A
comprehensive Roseville according to calculated qualified no Major the project
and concurrent Amazons business but is based further Project, Civil
need on time requirements plan and
CWJ #142503
LINE AND CURVE DATA TABLE CONSTRUCTION NOTE CONSTRUCT TYPE A-7 DRIVEWAY PER
ROSEVILLE STD. DWG. ST-22
R L DELTA NORTHING/EASTING DESCRIPTION 1 INSTALL 2 - 6" IRRIGATION SLEEVES STA 19+52.67 CONSTRUCT 2" BLOW OFF
VALVE (73.6' LT)
A 575.00' 332.93' 3310'28" CENTERLINE 2 SHADED SIDEWALK TO BE INSTALLED DURING A FUTURE PROJECT RL = ENTIRE LENGTH
STA 20+21.76 (32.30' LT)
B 605.00' 275.68' 2606'22" BACK OF CURB CONSTRUCT PEDESTRIAN
RAMP PER ST-26
C 545.00' 315.55' 3310'28" BACK OF CURB

STA 17+60.4 CONST. TYPE C DI PER DR-1

@ S=0.020 GR=201.07, INV=191.83 (24.5' LT)


CONNECT TO DMH WITH 25 LF OF 12"
APPROXIMATE INV=194.18 1
LOCATION OF CONSTRUCT TYPE A-7 DRIVEWAY PER
D 133.41 N5647'42.22"W CENTERLINE
(E) #6 PULL BOX ROSEVILLE STD. DWG. ST-22
E 117.17' N5646'35.58"W BACK OF CURB

STA 17+60.34 CONST.


DMH PER DR-4 (5' LT)
STA 16+86.57 (29.5' LT)
CONSTRUCT PEDESTRIAN RAMP PER ST-26
F 133.41 N5647'42.22"W BACK OF CURB STA 19+22.52 CURB
RETURN (41.7' RT)
G 39.50' 31.69' 4558'22" BACK OF CURB

INSTALL 500' OF 12" WATER LINE


STA 16+20.00 CONST. SSMH PER SS-2 (5' RT)
H 60.00' 275.11' 26243'08" GUTTER FLOW LINE 1
2

PER DETAIL 2 ON SHEET C201


STA 15+20.00 CONST.
DMH PER DR-4 (5' LT)

STA 15+20.00 CONST. OMP RISER


STA 15+20.00 CONST. TYPE C DI PER DR-1

@ S=0.020 GR=197.91, INV=193.91 (47.3' LT)


STA 14+38.00 REMOVE EXISTING BLOW OFF

CONNECT TO DMH WITH 21 LF OF 12"

PROPOSED P.U.E.
@ S=0.020 GR=197.91, INV=193.91 (29.5' LT)
CONNECT TO EXISTING STUB (24' LT)

I 72.00' 66.55' 5257'40" BACK OF CURB CONNECT TO DMH WITH 25 LF OF 12"


J 409' 67.93' 931'03" BACK OF CURB
SMH#5
3" SCH 40 CONDUIT,
APPROXIMATE LOCATION
1 PULLTAPE FOR FUTURE
1 OF PROPOSED FUTURE
FIBER OPTICS
CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE PULL BOX (#6 FOR FIBER
(E) K-RAIL BARRICADES
1 OPTICS)
4'
AND GATE AND RETURN TO CITY D CONSTRUCT TYPE A-7 DRIVEWAY PER
(FIELD VERIFY LOCATION) ROSEVILLE STD. DWG. ST-22
C1
C201 E
C

STA 19+19.17 CONST. SSMH PER SS-2 (5' RT)


1

STA 19+22.52 CURB RETURN (41.7' RT)


STA 18+93.76 CURB RETURN (29.5' RT)