Agricultural-Residential / AR-2 / Low Density Residential
Antelope Units 1-4:
1. A General Plan Amendment to change the land use designation of 69.6+/- acres from Agricultural-Residential to Low Density Residential.
2. A Community Plan Amendment to change the East Antelope Specific Plan land use designation from Agricultural-Residential (66.8+/- acres) and Residential Buffer Area (2.8 +/- acres) to Urban Residential.
3. A Rezone from AR-2 to RD-5 (61.9+/- acres), and "O"(7.6+/- acres).
4. A Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map to divide the property into 304 lots, consisting of 283 single family lots, one multiple family lot, and twenty landscape/open space lots.
5. A Special Development Permit to allow the following:
a. A density bonus, to transfer density (20 units) from the multiple family site into the single family development.
b. Deviate from the minimum lot area width requirements outlined in the East Antelope Specific Plan for the proposed single family lots.
c. Reduce the minimum required setbacks for single family dwellings.
6. An Affordable Housing Plan consisting of on-site land dedication, acreage credits and affordability fee payment.
7. An Exception to Title 22.110.070(d) of the Land Development Ordinance to allow the depth of several proposed lots to exceed three times the lot width.
8. An Abandonment of various easements, including a Sacramento County easement for drainages and incidental purposes along Antelope North Road, a 30 foot road deed along Poker Lane, a 27 foot I.O.D. along Rich Lane, 27 foot I.O.D.s along Lewis Avenue, a 15-foot ingress/egress easement along Rich Lane, a 30 foot right-of-way along Cook-Road, a 27 foot right-of-way through Lots 72-25, a 10 foot Roseville Telephone Company easement and a 5-foot SMUD and Roseville Telephone Company easement.
Dry Creek, Olive Grove and Oak Hill ES, Antelope Crossing MS
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Residential (284 Units, 69.6 Acres)
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