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Mission San Juan Bautista, the 15th of the 21 California Missions.
|Incorporated in 1869 the general law City of San Juan Bautista is nestled in the heart of the noted San Juan Valley between the Gabilan Mountains and Flint Hills. Rich with culture and history, San Juan Bautista offers her residents and visitors a refreshing small town atmosphere filled with the charm and character of the past. |
If visiting, we welcome you to the City of San Juan Bautista. Tour the Old Mission San Juan Bautista, the largest of the California missions, our State Historic Park with the only Spanish Plaza left in California, or enjoying the downtown dining and shopping experience in our San Juan Bautista Historic Commercial District , which is on the National Register of Historic Places.
San Juan Bautista Youth Commission Become a San Juan Bautista Youth Commissioner! Youth ages 12-18 living within the Aromas San Juan Unified School District boundaries are invited to apply to become founding members of the 11- member San Juan Bautista Youth Commission. Members will provide insight regarding youth and teen issues to assist the City in addressing the needs and issues of importance for youth in the community and will experience a unique opportunity to work with city leaders, provide input on policies and create events and special programs that will positively influence the youth and community of San Juan Bautista.
See flyer below for additional details and application.
SJB Youth Commission flyer
Additionally, a volunteer adult adviser is being sought to assist the newly formed 11-member San Juan Bautista Youth Commission by guiding and supporting this group of youth ages 12-18 living within the Aromas San Juan Unified School District boundaries. See flyer below for more details.
Youth Commission Adult Adviser
Initial Study and Negative Declaration for 11.7 Acres East of First Street
The City proposes to adopt a Negative Declaration and Initial study for amendment of the Urban Growth Boundary and Land Use Designation of the 1998 General Plan. The proposed amendment is to adjust the Urban Growth Boundary and change the Land Use designation of 11.7 acres lying East of San Juan Highway and First Street and extends approximately 850 feet, more or less, North of Ahwahnee Drive to the existing northerly boundary of the City aside shown in the 1998 General Plan.
Initial Study and Negative Declaration
Service Station, Convenience Store, and Quick Serve Restaurant
An Initial study and Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) regarding the fuel station, convenience store, and quick serve restaurant at 404-408 The Alameda.
City of San Juan Bautista Mitigated Negative Declaration
Mitigation Monitoring Program - Quick Reference Guide Updated!
Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration- Final
RANCHO VISTA DEVELOPMENTDraft Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration Mitigation Measures Mitigation Monitoring Program Rancho Vista Subdivision Project-Initial Study and MND
Rancho Vista Subdivision Project
An Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared pursuant
to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) regarding the proposed
Rancho Vista Subdivision Project located at the north end of the City,
on the west side of the San Juan Highway.
Revised Sign Ordinance Draft (Rev. January 2015)
Review the Planning Commission‘s recent revisions to the sign ordinance.
These recent changes will be presented to City merchants and the San Juan Committee for their input before the Commission recommends approval by the City Council.
D’Ambrosio Vista Subdivision
A planned unit development housing complex consists of 27 units, situated on 4.96 acres at the west end of Third Street.
Environmental Analysis Report - D'Ambrosio Vista Planned Development Unit
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