The proposed project includes the development of the approximately 19.5-acre site as an active park with lighted playing fields and a stadium with associated parking and concession areas. The project site currently exists as the Ball Road Basin, a recharge basin which as ab approximately 220-acre foot holding capacity and captures overflow from the adjacent Burris Recharge Basin and storm water runoff from the Orange County Flood Control District facilities. As part of the proposed project, the basin would be filled with engineered soils and the City would develop a park facility to serve City residents with the ability to remain open 24 hours a day. As part of the project, the City proposes a General Plan Amendment to desigant the project site as Parks and a Zoning Reclassification to rezone the project site to "PR" Public Recreation.
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