The land was annexed from Clark County into Washougal in November 2015. It was rezoned to its current zoning in February 2017. Now, a house, a barn and several smaller outbuildings sit on the property, which after project completion would be home to about 675 people, a building application says. The project is within the Camas School District.
Lot sizes will range from 15,000 square feet at the top of the hill on the south side of the project to 3,500 square feet at the bottom of the hill on the north side, said Trevor Hayward, principal planner and co-owner of the Vancouver civil engineering firm Hayward Uskoski. Home prices will likely range from at least $300,000 to more than $1 million, Hayward said in an email. The finished value of the project is expected to exceed $150 million, he said.
The property owner is Ray’s Acres, LLC. The developer is NorthSide 4, LLC, led by developers Jeff Wriston, Lonnie Moss and David Lampe.
A public hearing on the proposal has been set for 1 p.m. Nov. 27 before the Washougal Hearings Examiner in the City Council Chambers at Washougal City Hall. Written comments submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. Oct. 8 will be considered in the staff report.