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Following the success of Phase 1 of Red Rock Ranch, Phases 2 and 3 were planned and released, selling just as fast as Phase 1. Here is Red Rock Ranch fully completed.
The northern entrance to the development at the intersection of Oak Valley Boulevard and North Ranch Road.
The newly completed school, Red Rock Elementary School and the surrounding Red Rock Community Park under a particularly strong California sun. The school is part of the Tower Canyon Union School District. Tower Canyon itself is a ways off and I'll probably cover it later on.
In order to decrease dependency on cars within the development, Eucalytus Trail was constructed to link Red Rock Parkway, Phase 1, Phase 2, the park, and the elementary school together. Mature eucalyptus trees were transported from other places and replanted here so resident could walk along a shaded path.
The intersection of Red Rock Parkway and North Ranch Road at a roundabout. (I particularly love this one because of the rock in the center) To the right, another subdivision is just about ready to be released. All it needs are houses to fill the lots.
A grocery store, gas station, and Rite Aid have moved into Oak Valley, anticipating future growth in the area.
With Red Rock Ranch fully completed, developers are now looking for other places to build homes, and one developer has started some preliminary grading.
Next update: The beginning stages of 2 new subdivisions: The Knolls, a community with a new golf course, Oak Knolls Golf Course, and Cobb Crest, a community nestled in the hills and meant to provide sweeping views of the valley below.