Pattern is proud to become part of the Imperial Valley. Our Ocotillo Wind project is an investment in the region that will create many economic benefits, including the creation of construction and ongoing permanent employment positions, substantial growth in the property tax base, and the economic ripple effect resulting from the project.
Pattern is focused on being a responsible community partner by respecting the land, its resources and the people of the Imperial Valley. We have made contributions to the IV Desert Museum, IV Food Bank, Westside School, Ocotillo Community Park and Ocotillo Optimists’ Club, and will continue to partner on imporant community causes.
The Ocotillo Wind project will be located on 12,436 acres of public lands administered by the BLM, with a small portion on lands under the jurisdiction of Imperial County. Once complete, the permanent footprint will be approximately 120 acres, or less than 1% of the total project area, preserving the overwhelming majority of the land in its natural state and allowing the project infrastructure to be sited in areas that do not directly impact cultural resources.