Planning Commission Approves Low-Density Housing Project

Detailed plans for the 10 units approved by the Clovis Planning Commission on Thursday, March 25, 2021. (Courtesy Clovis Planning Commission)

The Clovis Planning Commission on Thursday, Mar. 25 approved a 10-unit low-density residential project on the northeast corner of north Timmy and west Nees Avenues, just east of Willow Avenue.

Gary McDonald Homes (GMH) acquired what is currently a 3.55-acre dirt lot for the project. The homes will be large, newly constructed, semi-custom with an average lot size of just under 13,000 square feet per unit.

According to Gary McDonald, GMH is ready to move forward with building the units as quickly as possible.

McDonald feels that the home will be a great addition to Clovis and the surrounding community.

“We feel that we can build some very nice homes. There’ll be well received and a real addition to the area,” McDonald said.

Anthony De Leon
Anthony De Leon is a journalist who started his career in 2017, covering sports for the Fresno City College Rampage, earning his Associate Degree in the process. He then moved on to Fresno State, working for The Collegian serving as Sports Editor, Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in print journalism. In August, he will begin attending Reynold’s School of Journalism Master’s program at the University of Nevada, Reno.