The ACSP Project updated and consolidated two specific plans (the Northeast Area Specific Plan and the PacifiCenter Anaheim Specific Plan) and the Scenic Corridor Overlay Zone, as it relates to Anaheim Canyon, into one new specific plan. The goal of the ACSP Project is to encourage sustainable development and create a business environment attractive to a wide variety of industries, especially high tech, green, and new energy businesses. The ACSP Project removes regulatory obstacles to the reuse of existing structures and promote infill development of currently vacant or underutilized properties. It would also facilitate and encourage use of non-vehicular transportation by improving the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station and providing sidewalks, bike lanes, and trails. The ACSP Project would promote the use of sustainable building systems through a variety of zoning, building, and utilities incentives. At buildout, the ACSP would allow for the redevelopment of existing uses, resulting in approximately 47 million square feet of non-residential land use and 2,919 dwelling units. There are currently approximately 27.9 million square feet of non-residential buildings in the ACSP area, and the Proposed Project would result in the potential to develop an additional 19.6 million square feet of non-residential building area. All of the potential residential units would be located within Development Area 3 (DA-3), Transit Oriented Development Area surrounding the existing Metrolink station.
The Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park Project would implement the ACSP Project.
The Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park Project would be a seasonal outdoor water park at the Miraloma Recharge Basin. The project scope consists of temporary structures for a pro-shop, a life jacket distribution unit, and restrooms, all of which would be modular and portable and would be located within the southwest portion of the site. The land based improvements would also consist of moveable shaded seating areas, placed along the perimeter of the water line. In addition, the land based improvements would include 101-parking parking spaces located on the decomposed granite drive aisle in the southern portion of the site. Each parking space would