The present land uses include vacant land and single-family homes on large lots with some agricultural use by the homeowners. The City of Clovis General Plan land use designations for the site include Very Low Residential (0.6-2.0 du/ac), Commercial, and High Density Residential (15.1-25.0 du/ac). The Clovis Zoning designations include R-1-AH (Very Low Density Single Family Residential, minimum lot size of 18,000 square feet) and R-A (Very Low Density Single Family Residential, minimum lot size of 24,000 square feet).
The project totals approximately 153 acres (approximately 139 net acres, excluding the proposed Alluvial Avenue extension and other street right-of-way). The project proposes to change the General Plan and Herndon-Shepherd Specific Plan land use designation to Mixed use Area 40 to allow research and technology use as well as live/works units and to amend the Circulation Elements to extend Alluvial Avenue through the site from Temperance Avenue to the Nees Avenue off-ramp at SR 168. The project also proposes to reclassify a portion of Nees Avenue to a collector and a portion of Locan Avenue to an industrial standard. The project would be combined with the existing 180 acre RT Park for a technology park that totals 333 acres. The types of uses allowed by the proposed R&T park include certain manufacturing, assembly and research uses, ancillary retail, business services, certain types of transportation and communication, and Live/Work units. The Floor Area Ratio is 0.4 and allows up to approximately 2.4 million square feet of development.
Other (Mixed Use - 153 gross acres-manufacturing, assembly,~2.4 million)
General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan
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