GP Designation; Hillside Residential
Zoning; R-30, One Family Residential Zoning District
The proposed project is located in the Oakland Hills, at the northeast intersection of Crestmont Drive and Westfield Way. The proposed project would provide for the construction of four single-family dwellings. To mitigate potential impacts on rare plant species, the project sponsor has eliminated one building site and proposes to create a conservation easement over about two-thirds of the entire site. The proposed project includes the following components: (1) a tentative parcel map to subdivide two existing lots into four lots; (2) development of the project site and footprints for four custom-built, single-family residences, including parking and landscaping; construct a single family home on each lot; (3) driveways, sidewalks, and retaining walls along Crestmont Drive; (4) geotechnical stabilization of the site; (5) wild land fire mitigation; (6) and storm-water management facilities. The site is located in the South Hills Planning Area of the Oakland General Plan with a land use designation of Hillside Residential and is therefore subject to Neighborhood Objectives and Policies N2, N3, N6. N8, and N11.
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