This property is currently an overgrown, blighted eyesore that creates nuisance, fire and public safety hazards for the surrounding neighborhood, has no public access and zero acres of conservation open space.
The Farm in Poway provides permanent, publicly accessible open space, deed restricted conservation land, community amenities and a neighborhood of quality homes compatible with surrounding neighborhoods.
Voter approval of Measure P will confirm the Poway City Council’s unanimous approval of The Farm in Poway Specific Plan, which limits development to a maximum of 160 homes on 117 acres and includes amenities for all Poway residents.Learn About The Farm →
The Farm in Poway will replace the abandoned Stoneridge Country Club with a new family-friendly community centered around conservation, recreation and agriculture. It will include a maximum of 160 homes on the 117-acre site, with a variety of home types to meet the needs of Poway families. The residential areas of the project have been carefully designed to be compatible with the neighborhoods surrounding the property with architecture that will enhance Poway’s rural, small-town character.
On November 3, you will have the choice: Keep this property in its current neglected state or vote Yes on Measure P to create a new community offering benefits for the entire Poway community.
No conservation open space
More than 60% of the property will be maintained open space, including more than 40 acres for conservation
No public recreation amenities
3.5 miles of trails, off-leash dog park, tot lot, grass amphitheatre, picnic area
Dilapidated and crumbling former private country club buildings
New, health club with tennis/pickleball courts, pool, fitness equipment and classes
The Farm in Poway Specific Plan provides protections for the community that ensures “what you see is what you get.” It provides a higher level of certainty about what a future development will be than simply rezoning the property for a particular use. Through the use of the Specific Plan, deed restrictions on Open Space and Residential land uses and HOA regulations, The Farm in Poway developers and the City of Poway have ensured that it cannot be changed or amended in the future without approval from the HOA, a vote of the City Council and approval of voters.
The Farm in Poway Specific Plan was approved by a unanimous vote of the City Council on June 16, 2020, and it was then placed on the ballot as Measure P for final approval by Poway voters. But it took a lot of effort to get here. The project has been through a rigorous and transparent approval process over the last two years to get where it is today.
The Farm in Poway is proud to have the support of the organizations, elected officials and residents!