The Parcel

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TOWN AWARDED $20 MILLION GRANT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PARCEL

The Town of Mammoth Lakes, along with their selected development partner, Pacific West Communities, Inc. of Eagle, Idaho, have been awarded a grant from the California Department of Housing and Community Development for design and construction of infrastructure for The Parcel in the amount of $20,601,216. Click here to read more...

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TOML RECIBE UNA SUBVENCIÓN DE $20 MILLONES PARA LA URBANIZACIÓN DEL TERRENO THE PARCEL 

La Ciudad de Mammoth Lakes, junto con Pacific West Communities, Inc. de Eagle, Idaho, su socio seleccionado para urbanización, han recibido una subvención de $20,601,216 dólares del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Comunitario de California (California Department of Housing and Community Development, HCD por su sigla en inglés), para ser usada en el diseño y construcción de infraestructura para el terreno llamado The Parcel. Haga clic aquí para leer más...

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Town of Mammoth Lake Engages Their Community to “Plan the Parcel”

The Town of Mammoth Lakes is a unique resort getaway town tucked away in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is the only incorporated community in rural Mono County. It is home to many visitors throughout the year seeking a snowy adventure in the winter or hiking, mountain biking and fly-fishing in the summer. Residents of Mammoth Lakes welcome the visitors and part-time residents, but the constant flow of vacationers causes a unique challenge for the town. Because of the influx of visitors, the town suffers from a larger impact on emissions than the year-round population. Also plaguing the town, along with most California communities, is the need for housing, especially affordable housing. As with other resort areas, the price of existing housing stock and the presence of numerous second-home owners, leaves little housing available to lower-income full time residents and part-time residents have seasonal or temporary jobs alike.  Click here to read more from the Institute for Local Government.

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FINAL Concept Plan for The ParcelFinal Concept Plan (2D)
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What is The Parcel?

The Parcel (formerly known as the Shady Rest Tract) is a 25-acre undeveloped site located in Mammoth Lakes at the west end of Tavern Road, between Manzanita Road, Center Street, and Laurel Mountain Road. The Parcel has long been zoned to fulfill a significant portion of the existing affordable housing need in Mammoth Lakes, as well as to provide other community benefits described on page 25 of the 2007 General Plan. In accordance with the recommendations of the 2017 Community Housing Action Plan, the Town of Mammoth Lakes purchased the Parcel in 2018 and has initiated a Conceptual Land Use Planning process for the site known as “Plan The Parcel”. One of the primary goals of the Plan The Parcel process, which is anticipated to last through the end of 2019, is to gather feedback from the community to incorporate into the future design and development of the site. By providing your feedback at Upcoming Events or through various opportunities on our Engage Mammoth Lakes online feedback website, you can help ensure that development of the Parcel will not only provide much needed affordable housing but will also create a unique and vibrant place that Mammoth Lakes residents and visitors can enjoy. 

This page and its sub-pages include a summary of ongoing "Plan The Parcel" Conceptual Land Use Planning efforts for The Parcel. 


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UPCOMING EVENTS - click here!


Featured Past Events:

Aug 20-23, 2019 - 4-day Plan The Parcel Public Design Workshop


June 26, 2019 - Joint Town Council/PEDC Workshop #1 - Staff and the LWC consultant team provided a summary of the results of public interview and the first online survey (see Presentation). This was followed by a discussion of "big picture" Guiding Principles and Development Objectives. 


Walk the Parcel - October 20, 2018 - Town Staff invited the Public to a Walk the Parcel Event, during which they conducted walking tours of the site and provided information and answered questions about the proposed project. 

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