Z: R-1A PD, Low Density Single Family Planned Development (15.42 acres) and Neighborhood Commercial (NC) (4.65 acres).
GP: Low Density Residential and Commercial.
The proposed project includes the subdivision of an approximately 20-acre site into 65 single family lots and a 1.7-acre neighborhood commercial lot. The proposed project provides for approximately 18.37 acres of the project site to be rezoned to R1-C PD, maximum density single family planned development, with 1.7-acres being maintained as NC, Neighborhood Commercial (for a total acreage of approximately 20.07 acres). In addition to the rezone, the proposed project would require approval of a General Plan Amendment (to redesignate a portion of the on-site parcel currently designated in the General Plan as Commercial to Low Density Residential) and approval of a tentative subdivision map. The 1.7-acre commercial site would be located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Lincoln Way and Kost Road, with access from both roadways.
General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.)
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