Coastal Christian School - Lan Use Ordinance Amendment and Conditional Use Permit
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Request by Coastal Christian School for a Land Use ordinance Amendment (LRP2008-00011) and a Conditional use Permit (DRC2008-00021) to allow the phased development of a private K-12 school. The proposal would involve an amendment to Section 22.106.020F.2 of the Land Use Ordinance to allow the proposed school to be served by an on-site well, rather than municipal water service. The Conditional Use Permit would authorize grading for (with site disturbance of approximately 15.74 acres) and construction of approximately 85,852 square feet in school buildings and ancillary outdoor facilities (e.g. sports fields, pool, parking lots, gardens, etc.). The proposal also includes a request for an adjustment to the 35-foot height limitation to allow the gymnasium building to have a height of approximately 36 feet, 6 inches. Construction would occur in eight phases over a 10-year period. Upon completion of the first phase, the school will serve approximately 200 students with 20 faculty/staff members; at build out, the school will serve approximately 600 students with 50 faculty/staff members. The project will result in approximately 15.74 acres of site disturbance over a 26.8-acre parcel. The project is located on the west side of Oak Park Boulevard between James Way and Noyes Road, (at 705 North Park Boulevard). The site is immediately adjacent to the city limits of Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande. The site in the San Luis Bay (Inland) Planning Area.
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