Suisun City’s spirits are soaring with the release of a new mini-film capturing the City’s strengths and economic opportunities that dovetails with the Moving Solano Forward campaign, an economic development tool kit focused on building from the unique strengths of each of Solano County’s seven cities. [Read more…]
The Suisun City Housing Authority is offering two parcels of vacant land to parties interested in developing them. Proceeds of any sale of these parcels will be used by the Housing Authority to provide affordable housing in other areas of the community.
Below are various documents and studies related to these parcels that may be useful for due diligence purposes.
For more information regarding this opportunity, contact Economic Development Director Jason Garben at 707-421-7309
NORTHWEST CORNER OF MARINA BLVD. & HIGHWAY 12
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment – 2005 (large file hosted on Dropbox)
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment - 2005 (6.2 MiB, 657 hits)
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment for 30-acre Marina Blvd & Highway 12 parcel.
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment – 2009 Update (large file hosted on Dropbox)
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment - 2009 Update (6.3 MiB, 726 hits)
Phase II Environmental Site Assessment updated in 2009
ALTA Survey (1.3 MiB, 705 hits)
Northwest Corner of Marina Blvd. and Highway 12 ALTA Survey
Biological Resources Report - 2009 (3.9 MiB, 734 hits)
Northwest Corner of Marina Blvd. and Highway 12 Biological Resources Assessment
Wetlands Assessment - 2009 (3.7 MiB, 836 hits)
Northwest Corner of Marina Blvd. and Highway 12 Wetlands Assessment
EAST OF SUNSET AVENUE ON HIGHWAY 12
- Approx. 8 acres
- Zoned General Commercial
- Parcel Numbers
- Also offered as Sunset Shopping Center Phase II
Studies and Resources
8-acre Site Appraisal - 2007 (5.4 MiB, 935 hits)
Appraisal by Garland and Associates for Suisun City Redevelopment Agency
Caltrans Traffic Counts - 2006 (90.7 KiB, 843 hits)
For adjacent intersection of Sunset Avenue and Highway 12
Traffic Analysis - February 2008 (1.5 MiB, 769 hits)
Traffic Analysis by Dowling Associates, Inc.
Traffic Analysis - March 2008 (7.1 MiB, 954 hits)
Traffic Analysis by Dowling Associates, Inc.
Caltrans Traffic Counts - 2012 (3.5 MiB, 941 hits)
2012 Traffic Volumes on California State Highways
Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment - 2006 (2.6 MiB, 739 hits)
A Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment conducted by KC Engineering for the Suisun City Redevelopment Agency
Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment - 2007 (5.4 MiB, 733 hits)
Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment conducted by Vertex Environmental Services for GE Capital
Preliminary Title Report - 2006 (7.2 MiB, 825 hits)
Issued by Placer Title
ALTA Survey - Sheet 1 (376.4 KiB, 661 hits)
ALTA Survey - Sheet 2 (253.1 KiB, 685 hits)
Suisun City has cracked the Top 20 hottest real estate markets in the nation, along with Bay Area neighbors Petaluma, Pleasant Hill & San Jose. [Read more…]
The Development Services Department – Economic Development Division has updated its listings of local
The City Council authorized the creation of a new department called the Development Services Department to bring together the City’s Economic Development, Planning and Housing Authority functions under one department head to replace the Community Development Department. [Read more…]
Officials, community members and local business representatives gathered at Walters Road and Peterson Road on today to celebrate the groundbreaking of a Walmart Supercenter that was unanimously approved by the City Council nearly six years ago.
“We are pleased to join the Suisun City community for this milestone celebration,” said Jim Groh, Walmart market manager for the North Bay. “We appreciate the support of city and community leaders, and we look forward to bringing new jobs, economic development and the convenience of one-stop shopping to Suisun City.”
The 177,535-square-foot store, which is expected to open in Spring 2015, will feature a full line of groceries, including fresh produce, bakery, deli, meat and seafood, as well as general merchandise ranging from household goods to apparel, electronics and an outdoor garden center.
The development at Walters Road and Highway 12 was approved in 2008 to provide a new major retailer within Suisun City where residents could easily make routine, daily purchases. Under state law, one percent of the sales tax collected from those purchases will help fund basic local city services, such as police, fire, parks and community services.
Since the Walmart Supercenter was approved, the City has weathered difficult economic times through a combination of belt-tightening, service reductions, hiring freezes and salary reductions while relying on money generated by the sale of surplus property.
The opening of this store and the supporting tax revenue it will generate will prevent additional cuts to City services that otherwise would be necessary. The annual revenue to be generated from property taxes, sales taxes and special fees from this one project are projected to exceed $1 million per year, or nearly 10% of the City’s entire General Fund.
Noting comments residents made during a recent community workshop, City Manager Suzanne Bragdon said, “Residents want to shop locally. Walmart will provide an additional opportunity to do so.”
The new store will be open 24-hours a day, and will employ about 300 associates. Walmart officials said local hiring will begin about three months before the store opens. Information about working for Walmart can be found at www.walmartcareers.com.
More information on this project is available through the Community Development Department website.