City Council approves new development to build 102 single-family homes on 9 acres

The development will push Redlands closer to achieving its goal of 3,516 units by 2029.

City Council approves new development to build 102 single-family homes on 9 acres
Landscaping plan for new Madera at Citrus Trail housing development. (Photo: city of Redlands)

REDLANDS, Calif. — The Redlands City Council voted unanimously at their Tuesday, May 7 meeting to approve a development that will build 102 single-family homes on a vacant lot.

Why it matters: The 102 units that make up the Madera at Citrus Trail Specific Plan would contribute to the overall goal set by the city in its 2021-2029 Housing Element, as part of Redlands’ General Plan, to create an additional 3,516 units. This development will contribute to the 1,282 needed in the above-moderate income category. 

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