Present Land Use
The present land uses include scattered residential use, irrigated pasture used for cattle grazing, and construction of a new residential development. The existing General Plan land use designations include: agricultural limited; single family high; single family medium; single family low; single family very low; multifamily low; commercial; commercial recreation; parks and recreation; public and semi public. Zoning is single family residential (R-10); single family (R-7); single family (R-6); single family (R-15); single family (R-40); single family (R-20); single family (R-15); single family (D-1); community district (C-B); neighborhood business (N-B); retail business (R-B); general commercial ©; agricultural district; agricultural limited, commercial recreation.
Note: Extended Review Per Lead
The East Cypress Corridor Specific Plan proposes planned development of mixed-uses for the 2,546-acre site. The project proposes to allow up to 5,609 residential units (detached and attached units), 92.6 acres of commercial use (638,600 square feet), 52.6 acres of public schools (2 elementary, one middle), 152.3 acres of man-made lake, 190 acres of open space/easements, 20.5 acres of existing and proposed gas well sites, 122.1 acres of wetlands/dunes, 112.5 acres of flood-control levees (46,100 linear feet), 101.7 acres of parks (neighborhood and community), 5.7 acres of light industrial use (166,356 square feet), 37.3 acres of commercial recreation (162,500 square feet) and a 6-acre beach club. (Note that 150 residential units may replace up to 20 acres of the 40 net acres of the Village Center site, which results in a maximum development of 5,759 residential units).