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Harvest Hills to Become Escondido’s first Net Zero Energy, Carbon Neutral Agri-Neighborhood
ESCONDIDO (July 30, 2019) – Concordia Homes announced today a series of substantial design updates and a new name for its proposed housing project. Previously known as Safari Highlands Ranch, the project has been rebranded as Harvest Hills – Escondido’s first ever carbon neutral, net zero energy and agri-neighborhood housing community. The latest project updates are reflective of feedback received through community meetings, online mediums and the project’s environmental review process.
July 30, 2019
Introducing Harvest Hills
Over the past year, we have been diligently working to incorporate feedback from the community on the proposed Safari Highlands Ranch housing community. We are thankful for your support and the thoughtful input shared with us at dozens of neighborhood meetings, during the Draft EIR comment period and through online mediums.
July 27, 2019
Local Road Improvements
Harvest Hills will deliver a set of specific road improvements and contribute an additional $4 million for improvements to local roads and intersections near the proposed community. As a result, every studied intersection or road in the City of Escondido will maintain or improve its current flow of traffic.
February 21, 2019
Harvest Hills to Bring Enhanced Fire Protection Services and Public Safety to San Pasqual Valley
Harvest Hills is dedicated to being a responsible neighbor for the existing San Pasqual Valley community. The community is designed to enhance public safety and fire protection services by improving emergency response times and access, not only for the project itself, but for the surrounding neighborhoods and school.
February 21, 2019
Harvest Hills to Benefit Local Schools
Local schools represent the future of a community. In support of this belief, Harvest Hills is projected to contribute more than $7.8 million to local schools, which will help schools like San Pasqual Union continue to provide an excellent learning environment, as well as maintain its desired, historic enrollment levels.
February 21, 2019
Harvest Hills to Deliver Total Economic Impact of $514 Million for Escondido
Located in the hills of the San Pasqual Valley, Safari Highlands Ranch would generate an approximate total economic impact of $514 million during construction and an ongoing annual economic impact of $53 million after full buildout.
February 21, 2019