GPDes: High Density Residential/Medium Density Residential/Commercial
Zoning: RD-20 High Density Residential (20 du/ac), RD-15 Medium Density Residential (15.1 du/ac), and RD-10 medium Density Resdiential (10 du/ac).
The proposed project is for a Specific Plan Amendment and Rezone to enlarge the Town Center commercial area in the Laguna Ridge Specific Plan area. The land use would be reconfigured and sites that are currently zoned High Density Residential/20 dwelling units per acre (RD20), Medium Density Residential/15.1 dwelling units per acre (RD-15), and Medium Density Residential/10 dwelling units per acre (RD-10) would be rezoned to a mix of RD-20 and shopping center (SC).
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