The proposed project is the Grand Park Specific Plan for the development of a master planned residential community on approximately 320 gross acres of land. The Grand Park Specific Plan is divided into 10 planning areas and an approximately 130-net-acre Grand Park. Planning Area 10 includes a high school and Planning Area 9 includes an elementary school. The remaining planning areas contain a mix of low-density, medium-density and high-density residential development. Exhibit 4 of the IS shows the proposed land use plan. The Grand Park Specific Plan is comprised of 5 land use designations: 1) Residential: Low-Density (6-12 DU/AC Gross Max); 2) Residential: Medium Density (12-18 DU/AC Gross Max); 3) Residential: High Density (18-25 DU/AC Gross Max); 4) public schools; and 5) the Grand Park. The Specific Plan area anticipates the development of up to 1,327 residential units with trails and pocket parks, a high school, elementary school, and the Grand Park. It is also anticipated that Tentative Tract Map application(s), Development Agreement(s), and Williamson Act contract cancellation application(s) will be submitted in conjunction with the Specific Plan.
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