Whisper Ridge Golf Course - was approved by the Butte County Board of Supervisors on April 23, 2013. This approval includes a Rezone to Recreation Commercial Overlay, with a Conditional Zoning Agreement; a Conditional Use Permit for the golf course, hotel and wellness center; and two Lot Line Adjustment applications. Prior to its decision on the project, the Board of Supervisors certified the Final Environmental Impact Report consistent with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act. The applicant intends to begin grading activities in the summer of 2013.
Rio D'Oro - Specific Plan was submitted to the Butte County Department of Development Services on October 09, 2008. After staff and other departments review and comments were provided back to the applicant, a 2nd Draft of the plan (and additional Technical Studies) was submitted on March 05, 2009. This information is currently under review by staff and is available for public review below. If you have any questions, please contact Claudia Stuart via email or via phone at 530.538.7604.
Draft Climate Action Plan (CAP) - will be considered for final adoption by the Board of Supervisors on January 28, 2014. General Plan Action COS-A1.1 calls for preparation, maintenance, and implementation of a CAP. The CAP helps to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from County operations and community-wide sources. The proposed CAP identifies a GHG emissions reduction target and describes how the County will reduce both community-wide and government operations emissions to achieve the target. The CAP supports statewide greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals identified in State Assembly Bill (AB) 32 and State Senate Bill (SB) 375.
Oroville Area Urban Greening Grant - In collaboration with the City of Oroville (City) and the Feather River Recreation and Park District (FRRPD), and in coordination with other local agencies, Butte County (County) will complete a Master Greening Plan to serve as the master document guiding and coordinating greening projects in the Oroville urban area. The Plan will cross City, County and FRRPD jurisdictional boundaries, and will be consistent with the state’s strategic growth goals of increasing forest canopy, reducing stormwater runoff, improving air and water quality, conserving energy, providing open space, and achieving long-term community sustainability.