Tesoro Viejo is one of a pair of large-scale housing developments that are coming to Madera County.
Written by The Business Journal Staff
Madera County officials will host a groundbreaking next week to celebrate the start of the Tesoro Viejo Town Center, which will serve a 1,600-acre new planned community just west of Highway 41.
The Town Center will serve as the hub of the Tesoro Viejo community, and will include a 7,800 square foot welcome center, a fire station, sheriff substation as well as a coffee bar, eatery and event lawn.
The ground breaking is March 15 at 10:30 a.m. at 14354 Road 204 in Madera.
The fire station and sheriff substation will be housed in a temporary 4,600-square-foot building and is planned to open in Fall 2018. A larger, permanent building will be built when needed, and both the temporary and permanent buildings are being funded through the Tesoro Viejo Development. The fire station and sheriff substation will serve Tesoro Viejo and southeastern Madera County.
Plans call for Tesoro Viejo to have about 5,200 homes.