Rancho La Habra

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Lennar’s Rancho La Habra will bring 448 new residences to the city of La Habra. This will include 171 three and four bedroom townhomes along Beach Boulevard from approximately 1,600 to 2,060 square feet in size and 277 single-family detached homes ranging in size from 2,370 square feet to 3,720 square feet in size. (All square footage is approximate.)

Home prices expected to be from around the $500,000s to over $1 million. Although weather and other variables can significantly impact construction times, the first homes are currently scheduled to become available in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Almost 58% of the site will be public parks, trails and open space. This open space will include:

  • Public Community Center and Park, 4.1 acres
  • Public Park and Picnic Area, 10.4 acres
  • Public Linear Park, 10.6 acres
  • Upland Wildlife Viewing and Education, 12.2 acres
  • Central Streambed and Pond within Public Park and Picnic Area – 2.1 acres

How to bring new homes to La Habra:

Rancho La Habra is currently in the public review stages. Very shortly, the plan will be before La Habra’s Planning Commission and City Council for approval. It is vitally important that the City hear from supporters of the plan to ensure that Lennar is able to bring new homes and open space to La Habra.

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Mr. Andrew Ho
Community Development Director
City of La Habra
110 E. La Habra Blvd.
La Habra CA 90633

RE: Support for Rancho La Habra

Dear Mr. Ho,

I am writing to express my support for Lennar’s proposed new community of Rancho La Habra, the certification by the City of La Habra of its Environmental Impact Report, and expeditious approval.

Rancho La Habra’s proposal represents an intelligent reuse of the property. I see great community benefit in the trails, parks, open space and community center that all La Habra residents will be able to use.

It is not environmentally friendly to use 90 million gallons of water a year to irrigate fairways and greens. Rancho La Habra’s lower water use will help to conserve water, and the community will help to address the region’s serious housing shortage by providing new homes in a variety of sizes and prices near large employment centers, shopping and entertainment.

The Project EIR presents a thorough analysis of potential impacts and provides a lengthy list of mitigation measures designed to reduce or eliminate those impacts wherever feasible. I urge the Planning Commission and the City Council to certify the EIR with these mitigation measures, so Rancho La Habra can move forward.