Present Land Use: Vacant
General Plan Designation: Medium Density Residential
The applicant is proposing to subdivide the property into 66 lots and to develop 65 single family attached residences on 65 of those lots, reserving the 66th lot for sale to the City of Santa Rosa for implementation of the Channel Restoration Concept Plan. The residences would be grouped into clusters of 3-6 residences. All residences would be 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, two-story dwellings units with 1,208 sf. of living area. The subdivision would create three new public streets, two east-west streets and a portion of "Common Way" which would access several other proposed and approved subdivisions and which would run in a north/south direction with a Class I Bikeway. Sewer, water and storm drain lines will be installed under all three proposed streets; depending on the sequence of development facilities constructed by others. The property is also impacted by the "Lower Colgan Creek Channel Restoration Concept Plan" which calls for enhancement of the existing Colgan Creek. The plan intends to restore the creek out of the channelized canal, placing meanders into the creek and planting riparian vegetation. One large meander proposed for the creek restoration is in the middle of Colgan Village. The applicant through a plan amendment is proposing to move the large meander further to the west to the edge of the property to allow for more efficient subdivision design.
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