This afternoon from 1 to 5 p.m., the Napa County Planning Commission holds a special meeting to consider the latest proposal from Napa Redevelopment Partners for the 154-acre Napa Pipe property just outside Napa city limits.
The proposed development at the former industrial site has been controversial since it was first outlined more than four years ago as a mix of housing and business with thousands of dwelling units.
The project has been downsized repeatedly over the years and the developers are now proposing 700 to 945 townhomes and apartments with a 154,000-square-foot Costco store.
The object of this afternoon's meeting is to review the project's environmental impact report, approval of which is required for development to move forward.
The meeting is open to the public and takes place at the auditorium inside Copia at 500 First St. beginning at 1 p.m. It will also be video-streamed on the county website, where you can find the agenda as well.
Supporting documents from the agenda packet are attached to this article.
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For more about the Napa Pipe development, including Michael Haley's traffic analysis and links to other reporting, please see our Napa Pipe topic page at napavalley.patch.com/topics/Napa-Pipe. Articles include:
- County Holds Hearings on Napa Pipe
- Comment Period Extended on Napa Pipe Report
- Luce “Happy" to Keep Napa Pipe Industrial
- New Napa Pipe Hearings Set
- Where Do You Stand on Napa Pipe?
- How Big Should Napa Pipe Be?
- Was Law Broken at Napa Pipe Meeting?
- Many Voices Expected at Napa Pipe Hearing
- Napa Pipe Vote Postponed
- Napa Pipe Plan Divides County Planners
- Napa Pipe Hearings Canceled as Developers Revise Proposal
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