Planning Projects

Environmental Document for Tract 6236

Gatewaty Villas Apartments ProjectThe City of Kerman has prepared an environmental analysis (an "Initial Environmental Study") for the project referred to as the "Whitesbridge/Siskiyou" project, consistent with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

The project will mirror the existing Hacienda Heights project and includes 39 acres on the northeast corner of Whitesbridge Road and Siskiyou Avenue and proposes development of a 144-lot single family residential subdivision, a 4.4-acre lot for future multi-family residential development, a 3.1-acre lot for future commercial development and a 1.3 acre site for a neighborhood park. Requested actions include a General Plan land use amendment, zone change, tentative subdivision map focused environmental impact report and annexation of the site into the City of Kerman (and detachment from Kings River Conservation District).

Joseph Crown Construction & Development, Inc.

JS West Project

The proposed project is for a liquid propane gas terminal. The project lies north of west Church Avenue, between south Del Norte Avenue and south Madera Avenue.

Helena Chemical Project

Helena Chemical ProjectThe Project consists of the construction of new non-hazardous liquid storage tanks for the purpose of utilizing rail delivery more efficiently.

TPM 19-01 Commerial Parcel Reconfiguration Project

Public Notice of Intent Tentative Tract Map Number 6302

The City of Kerman announces a Notice of Intent for a Proposed Tentative Tract Map Number 6302. A special Planning Commission public hearing will be held Monday, June 1, 2020 at 6:30 pm.

Initial Study - Gatewaty Villas Apartments Project

Gatewaty Villas Apartments ProjectThe proposed Gateway Villas will be a 61-unit affordable apartment complex.

Mural Project Mural Project 

Mural Project Mural ProjectThe City Council and Sebastian approved a conceptual artist rendering of the historic Kerman Inn. The mural will be painted on the wall of the building behind the Chamber of Commerce facing the parking lot in front of Sebastian. The site was chosen to pay homage to where the Kerman Inn once stood. Fundraising will begin soon to raise money for the mural.