Imagine beautiful homes near water, open space, organic agriculture or a golf course, with front porches on well-ordered, tree-lined lanes with walkways. At the same time, you see people you know on a first name basis and families boating on a local waterway. These are typical scenes played out on a daily basis in each of several planned villages within Quay Valley.
Imagine also a field of solar arrays covering several hundred acres of water reservoirs, generating all the electricity the community needs. In the town's business parks, 21st century visionaries work to develop and manufacture emerging technologies and products for energy conservation and sustainable energy production—like solar panels
The founding vision for Quay Valley is to build a model new town for the 21st century—a 12,000 acre self-sustaining community that seamlessly melds the best qualities of "New Urbanism" with the traditions of the San Joaquin Valley's small rural towns, while carefully preserving the natural surroundings of the area.
Through progressive planning and design concepts, Quay Valley will provide a high quality of life to a diverse group of people. It is planned as a balanced community of "smart" homes with large front porches in villages that feature miles of trail systems linked to the neighborhoods, a vibrant town center with a Main Street concept, extensive open space, plazas and walkways, state-of-the-art schools, public facilities, lakes, water features, regional and local parks, retail, office/business parks, industrial, entertainment destination areas and a warehouse/distribution/truck stop. All this combined with a progressive eco-system will make Quay Valley one of the most environmentally responsible communities in the world.