The current City of Moreno Valley General Plan designations are C (Commercial) and RR (Rural Residential). The current County of Riverside zoning is M-R-A, R-1, W-2 and W-2-20.
The existing use of the site includes a golf course, and clubhouse with pro shop.
General Plan Amendment from City of Moreno Valley land use designation C (Commercial) and RR (Rural Residential) to R-2, R-5, and HR into three communities around a golf course and open space. (PA07-0099); Change of Zone from County of Riverside zones M-R-A, R-1,W-2, and W-2-20 to R-2, R-5 and HR with a Planned Unit Development (PUD) overlay. (PA07-0098); Approval of one or more tentative tract maps to allow for the subdivision and ultimate construction of a maximum of 1,500 single-family homes which may or may not be age-restricted, neighborhood parks, natural open space, and a new golf course, on approximately 1,263.6 acres as shown on Figure 4 of the NOP entitled "Quail Ranch Conceptual Land Use Master Plan." (PA07-0062); Conditional Use Permit for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) to create site specific residential development standards and allow clustering of residential units (PA07-0063); Tentative Parcel Map 35597 to subdivide the approximate 1,263.60 acre project site into 14 parcels (PA07-0064); Annexation to the City of Moreno Valley and detachment from the Riverside County Waste Management Resource District, Valley Wide Recreation and Park District, and County Service area 142 (PA07-0109), and annexation of approximately 300 acres in the northern portion of the site (to the Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) and Metropolitan Water District (MWD).
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