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Public Hearing for “Hotel Project Sonoma” at August 12th Planning Commission Meeting

Posted on August 9, 2021


Hotel Sonoma Project

The public is invited to the City of Sonoma Planning Commission Hearing at their meeting on Thursday, August 12, 2021, at 6:00 pm for a Scoping Meeting for Recirculated Draft Environmental Impact Report and Study Session for the “Hotel Sonoma Project”.

The applicant is requesting a Use Permit including a waiver of the residential component, Lot Line Adjustment and Design Review, and associated entitlements application of Kenwood Investments, LLC, for the “Hotel Sonoma Project”, located at 153 West Napa Street and 541 First Street West. The Project consists of the redevelopment of an existing site and construction of a 62-guestroom hotel, 80-seat restaurant, and bar, a spa with 6 treatment rooms, raised swimming pool veranda, 130 on-site parking spaces (consisting of a 113-stall basement parking garage, 9 surface parking spaces, and 8 covered residential parking spaces), and an 8-unit residential condominium building (Applicant: Kenwood Investments, LLC) (APNs) 018-251-017, 018-251-051, 018-251-067 and 018-251-068.

The meeting will be held at City Council Chambers at 177 First St. West and can also be viewed on channel 27 or on the City’s CivicWeb portal. Those interested in participating can do so in person or virtually on Zoom. Find out how to participate in virtual meetings here.

Submit a Comment
The public is encouraged to submit comments by e-mail* at publiccomment@sonomacity.org or by attending the meeting in person or virtually on Zoom and speaking during the public comment period for the agenda item.

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Find more information about the Hotel Sonoma Project on our website.

* Per the City’s standard practice, any comments received prior to the commencement of the meeting will be uploaded to the public correspondence folder on the City’s CivicWeb Portal and available for review by the public and the Committee. It will not be read during the meeting.

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