Victorian Harbor Streetscape

The Planning staff is responsible for all advance and current land use planning to ensure the orderly development of the community.

To maintain a high-quality community, the staff ensures that proposed development is consistent with the City’s municipal code, including the City’s General Plan, zoning code, subdivision code, and other land use standards. An application process is employed to review proposed development and modifications to existing development.

In addition, the division implements regional, state, and federal regulations, such as the California Environmental Quality Act. Project review is conducted in coordination with the Building Department and the Public Works Department.

Major projects processed by the Planning Division are submitted to the Planning Commission for consideration and approval, as required by city code, in compliance with adopted community standards and development policies. Some entitlements also require approval by City Council.

Other Agencies

The Planning Division works in partnership with a number of other agencies at the county, regional, state, and federal levels, including

Suisun Marina Maintenance Dredging Project

Highway 12 Logistics Project

The applicant, Buzz Oates Construction, Inc., is proposing to annex and pre-zone 129 acres of the approximately 482-acre project site into the City of Suisun City and develop 1.28 million square feet of warehouse and logistics uses on approximately 93 acres (referred to as the “development area”). The remaining 36 acres of the 129-acre annexation area would be in managed open space. The 353 acres of the 482-acre project site not proposed for annexation is outside the City’s Sphere of Influence (SOI), is not proposed for any SOI change or annexation, and would remain in managed open space within the unincorporated County. In total, 389 acres would be proposed for managed open space for environmental mitigation and conservation purposes – 36 acres in the proposed annexation area and 353 acres that would remain in the unincorporated County.

The project will require an amendment to the City’s General Plan Land Use Diagram so that the proposed development and conservation areas are consistent with the General Plan’s land use designations.

Please provide your written comments before Monday, May 3, 2021. Comments, along with the name and contact information of the appropriate person in your organization, should be addressed to:

John Kearns, Senior Planner City of Suisun City
701 Civic Center Boulevard Suisun City, CA 94585 Phone: (707) 421-7337

Final NOP Hwy 12 Logistics(PDF, 5MB)

Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration and Notice of Public Hearing for the Blossom Apartments

Project Description:

FPA Multifamily, LLC (applicant), is proposing the Blossom Avenue Apartments Project (proposed project) in the City of Suisun City (City). The proposed project involves the development of an approximately 9.09-acre infill site near the southeast intersection of Blossom Avenue and Railroad Avenue. The proposed project would include the construction of a garden-style apartment complex that consists of nine separate three-story buildings, totaling approximately 169,728 net square feet (nsf). The proposed buildings would provide 180 multi-family units total with a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. The proposed complex would also include a one-story community building of approximately 3,900 square feet and approximately 22,930 square feet of common open space consisting of internal walkways and sitting areas, a pool and spa, barbeque and picnic areas, a dog park, and a totlot play area. Additionally, the proposed project would include the construction of on- and off-site utility infrastructure, covered surface parking, driveways, frontage improvements, and landscaping.


The City of Suisun City has determined that a) all potentially significant or significant impacts required to be identified in the Initial Study Mitigated Negative Declaration (ISMND) have been identified and analyzed; and b) with respect to each significant impact on the environment either of the following apply: 1) changes or alterations have been required in or incorporated into the proposed project that avoid or mitigate the significant impacts to a level of less than significant; or 2) those changes or alterations are within the responsibility and jurisdiction of another public agency and have been, or can and should be, adopted by that other agency. The ISMND and supporting documents are available at the City of Suisun City by appointment, located at 701 Civic Center Boulevard, and online by searching the project name here: