Southern Tier Division | VA Health Care Northern California



Stockton, California, Enhanced Use Lease

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), pursuant to 38 USC Sec 8161, et seq., hereby provides Notice of Public Hearing to present VA’s proposal and receive views on a proposed Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) ) to design, develop and construct a new building on approximately two acres of vacant land on VA property within the VA Northern California Health Care System (VANCHCS) in Stockton, California to provide supportive housing for veterans and their families on the basis of priority placement.


Monday, September 26, 2022, 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. PST


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IDENTIFICATION OF THE PROPERTY FOR RENT Located on a 52 acre VA owned property located at 6505 South Manthey Road, French Camp, CA. A new outpatient clinic and community living center are under construction on 35 acres of this property. VA proposes to lease approximately two acres located on the northwest portion of the property.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED USE OF THE PROPERTY The proposed use for the VA property will be to construct a new building on approximately two acres of land to provide supportive housing for veterans and their families on a priority placement basis.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED LEASE Using VA’s enhanced use lease authority under 38 USC §§ 8161-8169, VA plans to lease the site to a select tenant for a term of up to 99 years. Tenant will be required to finance, design, develop, construct, equip, furnish, operate, and maintain supportive housing for veterans at no cost to VA, and in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local requirements. In pursuit of one of the Secretary’s priorities and in keeping with the VA’s mission, the EUL will use approximately two acres of undeveloped land to provide supportive housing units to veterans and their families who are homeless. or at risk of homelessness. This proposed UE will not result in additional capital or operating costs for VANCHCS, resulting in cost-effective use of VA capital assets. The EUL would result in a demonstrable improvement in services to eligible veterans in the San Joaquin Valley region by housing veterans and their families close to onsite support services, case management, medical care resources, and the job support. At the end of the EUL term, the underlying leasehold interest and all related improvements will revert to VA.

The public is invited to attend the hearing and encouraged to submit written comments, in advance of the hearing, on the proposed expansion of the current Enhanced Use Lease Project to: [email protected] or

VANCHCS Public Affairs Office
10535 Hospital Road
Mather, California 95655
[email protected]


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