City of Rocklin Clover Valley General Plan Amendment, Measure H (February 2008)
Measure H approved the Rocklin City Council's adoption of the Clover Valley General Plan Amendment. This reduced the allowed acreage for the Clover Valley residential development from 504 to 199 acres, and increased the number of acres designated for open space from 70 to 366. It also reconfigured Valley View Parkway from a 4-lane facility to a 2-lane facility.
- These final, certified, election results are from the Placer County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
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|MEASURE H: "Shall Resolution No. 2007-245 previously passed by the City Council approving a General Plan Amendment reducing allowed acreage for residential development of Clover Valley from 504 to 199 acres, and increasing the acres designated for open space from 70 to 366 acres, and reconfiguring Valley View Parkway from a 4-lane facility to a 2-lane facility be adopted?"|