Sutter Pointe Specific Plan
Sutter Pointe Specific Plan encompasses approximately 7,528 acres of land in south Sutter County. The site is generally bound by Natomas Road on the east and Powerline Road on the west. The northern boundary is approximately 4 miles north of the City of Sacramento and adjacent to the Sutter/Sacramento county line. State Route 99/70 divides the southern portion of the site and serves as the western boundary of the northern portion of the project site.
The project envisions establishment of an eventual city in south Sutter County. The project proposes a diverse mix of land uses, including employment centers, many different housing types, retail shopping villages, recreation amenities, schools, community services, supporting on-and off site infrastructure, roadway improvements, open space and various public uses.
The Sutter Pointe Specific Plan was approved by the Board of Supervisors on June 30, 2009.
On October 28, 2014, the Board of Supervisors approved an amendment to the Sutter Pointe Specific Plan affecting the eastern plan
area located south of Sankey Road, North of Riego Road and east of Pacific Avenue.
Sutter Pointe Specific Plan Links
1130 Civic Center Blvd.