Tentative Subdivision Map S-11-02 and Planned Development PD-2-02, East Oak Estates
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Zoned: RM-9-PD Residential Mixed Housing Type District with Planned Development District, and General Plan: Residential, 6-10 units per acre and Greenway.
Covington Homes is requesting approval of a tentative subdivision map and planned development to subdivide roughly 27 net acres (33 gross) into 76 lots to accommodate 152 residential units, child daycare facility, and public park site. Single-family homes would be constructed on 48 lots with the other 26 lots developed with four-unit apartment buildings. Access would be from either Alrose Street or Arizona Street. The project would include on-site construction of streets, utility, and storm-drainage improvements necessary to serve the proposed lots. A 2,500 sq. ft. single-family home with a detached garage is currently located in the southeast corner of the site and is proposed to be converted to function as a child daycare center. It is estimated that the facility could accommodate up to 80 children and 10 staff members. To help mitigate potential off-site drainage impacts, an off-site storm-drain extension is proposed to convey project-related storm flows directly to Churn Creek. This would involve the extension of a pipe roughly 800 feet south of the site across an adjacent private property within a drainage easement. A 1.63-acre public park site, which is located adjacent to Arizona Street, is proposed to be dedicated to the City rather than paying subdivision park in-lieu fees. The developer may construct initial park improvements if an agreement with the City is reached for park facilities impact fee credits.
Enterprise Elementary School District, Enterprise High School
Churn Creek, Sacramento River
Notice of Completion
Review Period Start
Review Period End
Residential (Units 152, Acres 44)Recreational (1.63-acre Small Neighborhood Park Site)
Planned Unit DevelopmentLand Division (Subdivision, etc.)
Air QualityCultural ResourcesCumulative EffectsDrainage/AbsorptionFlood Plain/FloodingGeology/SoilsHydrology/Water QualityPublic ServicesRecreationTransportationVegetationWetland/RiparianWildfireWildlife
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northern and Eureka Region 1 (CDFW)California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC)California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Redding Region 5 (RWQCB)California State Lands Commission (SLC)Department of Water ResourcesResources AgencyCalifornia Department of Transportation, District 2 (DOT)
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