Conejo Creek


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As the new Springville interchange confirms, we will soon see these already-approved development projects fill-in the strawberry fields along the 101 to our North:

~ the Springville housing development totaling 1,440 units on the Spanish Hills side of the 101 freeway (click here to see the Springville map inside our CSG brochure)

~ the 338 acre Airport North Specific Plan, comprising large retail shopping centers and commercial/industrial development along the other side of the 101, north of Home Depot.

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Conejo Creek Properties Development Plan: 2,500 unit housing and 150+ acres industrial/commercial/retail development on 740 acres of farmland floodplain in the Camarillo “view-to-the-sea” as we come home down the grade.

Now the City of Camarillo is considering a proposal to develop the farmland to our south, our Camarillo “view-to-the-sea” as you come home down the Conejo Grade. 740 acres of “prime” agricultural floodplain between Camarillo Springs and Pleasant Valley/Santa Rosa Road, would become 2,500 homes and 150+ acres of industrial/commercial/retail development as part of the Conejo Creek Properties project. The Draft Environmental Impact Report estimates that it would generate 40,948 daily car trips per day,  impacting our 101 freeway and streets, particularly at the bottom of the Conejo Grade.

To view the DEIR go to the Conejo Creek tab at the top of the page and scroll down to Draft EIR.

For answers to frequently asked questions, please visit the FAQ’s page.

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Thank-you for your interest and concern,
Merrill Berge
Camarillo Sustainable Growth
P.O. Box 782, Camarillo, CA 93011-0782
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