Public Input is Important to the Development Process

Since the beginning of our journey to redevelop the former Green Tree Golf Course site, we have recognized the need for public engagement throughout the process.  Not just the public input required by government regulations, but an ongoing interaction with our community to create dialogue about the desires and possibilities for the site.  Because of this, from day one we have had Community Relations Managers on the team, who live in Vacaville, in order to respond to questions and work as an important link between the public and the project team.

 

Not every idea or concept can become a reality ~ not even ours!  But the more information we gather and the more ideas we receive, the better we can create a development that will serve the most needs for Vacaville's citizens today and into the future.

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Public Engagement Timeline

Below is a partial list of upcoming and past public outreach activities undertaken by the project team to gather input for the redevelopment of Greentree.

You don't need to wait for an official meeting to get in touch though ~ comments are welcome at any time.  Visit our "Contact" page to send us an email or sign up for our email list.

2021 - Activities

  • Meetings (via Zoom) and ongoing communications with the Leisure Town Liaisons (lead representatives for the residents of Leisure Town), the Leisure Town Home Association and the Golf Course Estates Group

  • Various phone calls, emails and social media interaction to respond to individual questions

Future Public Meeting Dates & Times TBD

Past Activities

2020

Videos of archived city meetings can be found by CLICKING HERE.

  • February 26 - City Council Update: informational update only, no action taken

       CLICK HERE to review the meeting on the City of Vacaville web site in the "Archived Meetings" section

  • April 25 - Neighborhood Open House by the City of Vacaville

       City Planning staff held an open house to hear and receive comments on the proposed Greentree Development Project.

  • June 26 - Public Outreach Presentation by the City of Vacaville
    City Planning staff held a presentation meeting on the development and environmental processes along with a status update on the proposed Greentree project.

  • Meetings with the Leisure Town Liaisons (lead representatives for the residents of Leisure Town)

  • Meeting with Leisure Town Home Association representatives

  • Meeting with Golf Course Estates Group

  • Various phone calls, emails and social media interaction to respond to individual questions

2018

  • July 10 - City Council Update: informational update only, no action taken

       CLICK HERE to review the meeting on the City of Vacaville web site in the "Archived Meetings" section

  • Multiple meetings with the Green Tree Golf Course Closure Task Force, a group reporting to the Board of Directors of the

       Leisure Town Homeowners' Association

  • Various phone calls, emails and social media interaction to respond to individual questions

2017

  • April 11 - City Council Update: Informational update only, no action taken

       CLICK HERE to review the meeting on the City of Vacaville web site in the "Archived Meetings" section

  • August 8 - City Council Merit Hearing: City Council approves the initiation of an amendment to the General Plan

       CLICK HERE to review the meeting on the City of Vacaville web site in the "Archived Meetings" section

  • Multiple meetings with the Green Tree Golf Course Closure Task Force

  • Various phone calls, emails and social media interaction to respond to individual questions

2016

  • February - Golf Course permanently closes

  • March - Community Meeting for Leisure Town Residents at the Leisure Town Hall Center

  • March - Attended Leisure Town Homeowners' Association Board of Directors' Meeting

  • May - Public Charrette to gather initial input into the redevelopment of the site

  • Multiple meetings with the Green Tree Golf Course Closure Task Force

  • Various phone calls, emails and social media interaction to respond to individual questions

2019

  • Meetings (via Zoom) and ongoing communications with the Leisure Town Liaisons (lead representatives for the residents of Leisure Town), the Leisure Town Home Association and the Golf Course Estates Group

  • Various phone calls, emails and social media interaction to respond to individual questions