Guenoc Valley Mixed Use Project
The Guenoc Valley Mixed Use project proposes phased development of resort facilities including low density residential, preserved open space, neighborhood serving retail and restaurants, and several boutique hotels. The project site is proposed on approximately 16,000 acres located in southern Lake County, approximately 2 miles southeast of Middletown and 15 miles north of Calistoga, CA. The project would involve a General Plan amendment, creation of a new zoning district pursuant to Policy 6.3.1b of the Middletown Area Plan, rezoning, subdivision, and project-specific approvals.
Most Recent Documents
Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Guenoc Valley Mixed Use-Planned Development Project
Notice of Availability of Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Guenoc Valley Mixed Use-Planned Development Project
Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Guenoc Valley Mixed Use-Planned Development Project
Project Location Map
Middletown Area Plan (August 2010)
Middletown Area Plan DEIR (Jan 2010)
Middletown Area Plan FEIR (May 2010)
Lake County Regional Blueprint Plan (October 2010)
State Route 29 South Corridor Engineered Feasibility Study (January 2014)
Guenoc Vineyard Water Rights Modification Project DEIR (2006)
The County of Lake Planning Commission will host an informational presentation on the Proposed Project and Draft EIR, and hold a public comment meeting on the Draft EIR on Thursday, March 12th, 2020 in the Board of Supervisors Chambers on the first floor of the Courthouse at 255 North Forbes Street in Lakeport, CA at 1pm. Written and verbal comments will be accepted.