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Shepherd of the Hills Growth Plan

View of the north side

Shepherd of the Hills Church is proposing build out their church campus, on the south side of Rinaldi. This would include a new worship center to seat 3,500 people and adding a parking structure to allow for a total of 910 cars. The Groundbreaking Ceremony is planned for January 11, 2015.

View of the west side

View of the east side

Sanctuary and Family Life Center

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Read about 2015 Groundbreaking Event, project description, and PRNC participation

Deerlake Ranch

November 2014 Forestar purchased a 230 acres west of Porter Ranch, north of the 118 and south of the proposed Hidden Creeks project. Construction is planned to start in 2015 on 314 homes. The houses will range from 3,000 to 4,600 square feet. 68 houses will sit on half acre equestrian lots. According to the LA Times, Los Angeles County approved the project in 2004. Read Deerlake Article from Builder. Article from LA Times.

Deerlake location

So Cal Gas Construction Update

Construction on Southern California Gas Co.’s (SoCalGas) Aliso Canyon Turbine Replacement Project will move forward December 2013, according to company officials. The California Public Utilities Commission decision in November approved SoCalGas’ proposal to replace obsolete equipment used to inject natural gas at its Aliso Canyon Storage Field in Northridge, Calif. with new equipment utilizing state-of-the-art technology to help meet the region’s demand for natural gas. The new equipment is expected to become operational in late 2016. Full Article

Castlebay Lane Charter Elementary

YMCA Bungalow installed late September 2014. Planned to be ready late 2014.

Castlebay Multipurpose Room framed. Foundation awaiting YMCA bungalow.

Rendering of the MPR viewed from the parking lot.

Site plan of Castlebay showing new MPR location. Note: the YMCA bunglow shown to the right is the old location, not the future location.

Hidden Creeks

The Hidden Creeks Estates and Preserve project, proposed for an area west of Browns Canyon, is planned to include 188 luxury homes, 25 of which are designed specifically for horse keeping. It is also planned to include 119 acres of open space, an updated equestrian village and a 19 acre park with public youth sports fields.

L.A. Planning Commission Advances Hidden Creeks Estates Project Article from Patch on November 21, 2013
Scientists fear an L.A. County gated community's environmental impact Article from LA Times on November 20, 2013
Project update October 2013
View article about Preserve: July 2011
View article originally announcing project: May 2008

Empty Lot Between Mason and Porter Ranch Drive At Rinaldi - Update November 2014
This development is called Aldea. It was planned to have residential on the western two thirds and retail on the eastern third. Aldea was planned to have both residential and retail commercial uses. With the change in ownership, residential by Toll Brothers is planned for the western half only. At our November 2014 Land Use meeting, John Love of Shapell said they would likely have more news about the project in 2015. They are "still committed to the community interest in higher end shopping and dining, which is a different experience than the Porter Ranch Towne Center." He said there could be apartments, but they would not have any residential for sale. There may be pedestrian connectivity between Shapell's retail development and Toll Brothers Aldea residential development.
Design Review article about residential from June 2011
Overall Plan article from Spring 2010

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