Bank Of Stockton Proposed On Vacant Sonora Lot
Sonora, CA — The Sonora Planning Commission will review a proposal to build a 3,500 square foot bank on a parcel that is currently sitting vacant in downtown Sonora.
A new Bank of Stockton is proposed at 549 South Washington Street. The roughly ½ acre property is situated at the corner of South Washington Street, Lytton Street and Stewart Street. The property previously had some old and dilapidated homes that were burned during a fire training exercise in 2016.
In addition to a bank with a drive-thru, the proposal calls for creating 18 parking spaces.
The planning commission will review the site plan and decide whether to issue a design review permit at a meeting this coming Tuesday at 5pm at Sonora City Hall.
The only other item on the planning commission agenda is a proposal to install seven solar shade structures at Adventist Health Sonora buildings located at 900 Mono Way and 1000 Greenley Road.