In 2008, the Murietta City Council approved TIM 34439/ TIM 005-1824 and MDP 2006-1884 to subdivide 22 acres into 62 single family lots. The revised project proposes minor revisions to the currently approved entitlements that include the TIM, MDP, and CEQA documents, including the 2008 Final IS/MND. These minor revisions will also include updates to the Development Plan (Revised Permit). To meet updated WQMP standards and maintain the required SO-foot buffer from the Murietta Creek, the revised project proposes to include on-site stormwater retention. Each single-family lot is now proposed to contain a single-family home with an attached accessory dwelling unit (ADU). The proposed lot sizes are consistent with the approved lot sizes, ranging from 5,500 sf to 9,000 sf). The approved MDP includes three architectural floor plans ranging from 2,400 sf to 2,850 sf with detached two and three car garages that were accessible via project alleyways. As proposed, the revised project includes homes that range from 2,300 sf to 3,150 sf with attached two and three car garages. The garages are either accessed via the internal public streets or private alleyways depending on lot configuration. The proposed ADUs are 750 sf in size with single- and two-story options and will have matching architecture with the main house and adhere to setback standards as required under the Murietta Municipal Code (MMC) and state law. Architecture will be updated in the revised MDP to include new elevations consisting of Craftsman, Spanish Colonial Revival, and American Mercantile. The revised MDP will also detail the use of ADUs in the Development Standard section. The approved project took access from New Clay Street and B Street and had several internal public streets and private alleyways. The single-family homes will take vehicular access either from the public street fronting each lot or private alleyway depending on the particular lot layout. The ADUs will take vehicular access from the private alleyways. Additional circulation system revisions include shifting the street alignment of the ingress/egress access off of New Clay Street to allow the project to maintain both efficient lot design and the required SO-foot buffer for Murrieta Creek. Further, due to updated hydrological analyses showing that the previously proposed temporary intercept channel is no longer required, the project has been revised to remove the temporary intercept channel located adjacent to B Street along with the outflow that entered into Murrieta Creek.