The project includes the following entitlements:
1. A General Plan Amendment to amend the land use designation from 17.9 acres of Agricultural-Residential (AG-RES) to 17.9 acres of Low Density Residential (LDR).
2. A Florin Vineyard Community Plan Amendment to amend the land use designations from 17.9 acres of Agricultural-Residential 1-2 (A1-2) to 17.9 acres of Residential Density 3-5 (RD 3-5).
3. A Rezone to amend the land use designation from 17.9 acres of Agriculture-10 (A-10) to 17.9 acres of Residential Density 5 (RD-5).
4. A Tentative Subdivision Map to divide a 17.9 acre property into 66 single-family lots, one detention basin lot, landscape lot, and one channel lot in the RD-5 zone. The Tentative Subdivision Map includes the abandonment of several onsite portions of right-of-way and irrevocable offers of dedication (IOD) including:
a. The onsite portion of an existing 40-foot wide right-of-way (5 RM 13) traveling north-south along the western edge of the property to be abandoned;
b. The onsite portion of an existing 20-foot wide right-of-way (5 RM 13) at the southern edge of Lot A on the Tentative Subdivision Map and proposed Caselman Road to be abandoned;
c. The onsite portion of an existing 30-foot wide I.O.D. (690128 O.R. 582) at the southern edge of Lot A on the Tentative Subdivision Map and proposed Caselman Road to be abandoned; and,
d. The onsite portion of an existing 54-foot wide I.O.D. (690506 O.R. 340) traveling north-south through the eastern portion of the property to be abandoned.
5. An Exception to Title 22 of County Code to allow the subdivision map to be constructed with only one point of access where two points of access are otherwise required.
6. A Design Review to determine substantial compliance with the Sacramento County Countywide Design Guidelines (Design Guidelines) and the Florin Vineyard Community Plan (FVCP) design guidelines.
If approved, the Tentative Subdivision Map proposes to divide an approximately 17.9-acre site into 66 single-family residential lots, a 4.9-acre detention basin and weir, and a 1.2-acre drainage channel lot along the northern boundary line. Additional improvements include four local residential streets, onsite pedestrian and bicycle facilities, landscaping, and minor extension of existing public and private utilities.