Mountain Springs means new jobs: over 200 jobs at the Village Center's resort hotel, conference center and shops and 100 construction jobs per year as new homes are built over the next 12 to 15 years.
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Tuolumne County will grow in the next two decades. State experts project that our population will increase by more than 35% by the year 2020. Tuolumne County will need many more homes.
Thoughtfully planned communities like Mountain Springs will let our county gradually add appealing new neighborhoods and important public services as we grow. Not haphazard development. Smart growth. The antidote to urban sprawl.

Take time to learn the facts:

Mountain Springs is a well-planned community with neighborhoods that will take shape gradually over 12 to 15 years. Mountain Springs will grow in phases. Plans include a variety of homes and lot sizes for families, retirees and vacationers.

A beautifully designed Village Center will include a resort hotel and conference center - a long-needed amenity for Tuolumne County. The Village Center will also have convenient shops for residents, to reduce daily traffic trips.

Trails, parks and open space will keep the area's natural beauty. More than 500 acres - 45 percent of the total project - stays in open space and recreation.

Mountain Springs will spend over $30 million to improve roads, water and sewer systems and other public services over the next 12 to 15 years. Impacts will be addressed with orderly improvements as the new community grows.

Mountain Springs means new jobs: over 200 jobs at the Village Center's resort hotel, conference center and shops and 100 construction jobs per year as new homes are built over the next 12 to 15 years.
Smart Growth for Our Future


“As a Tuolumne County native who works in the construction industry, I am very interested in the new Mountain Springs Community. Despite what you might hear from opponents, this project follows our county’s general plan and its guidelines for sensible, well-planned growth. Mountain Springs shows good planning for our future. We should be proud that our community is moving forward with slow, moderate growth for the next 15 to 20 years – for our children who choose to live here.”

-- John Griffin

Sonora

 
 

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or by calling Kim Daters, project general partner, (209) 532-2354