The site is currently undeveloped and consists of annual grassland within the northern, central and western portions of the site. The site's zoning and land use designations are Low-Density Residential and Open Space
The proposed project would consist of 100 single-family lots, ranging from 8,000 sf to 18,291 sf. In addition, a 10.7-acre Open Space area that includes a neighborhood park with an oak tree preserve and a Class I bike trail that travels along Dry Creek would be located on the project site. A 30-foot-wide pedestrian and bicycle connection from Chase Drive to Glendale Avenue is also proposed. The project would incorporated fully paved roads conforming to 50-foot and 60-foot right-of-way sections. Off-site improvements to the existing Cornell Road are proposed as part of the project as well. Prior to development of the proposed project, two discretionary actions would be required - a rezone from Low-Density Single-Family Planned Development (R1A-PD) to Maximum-Density Single-Family Residential Planned Development (R1C-PD) and approval of a Tentative Map to subdivide the site into 100 residential lots and one lot for open space.
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