The 536.7 acre Lakeside Temescal Valley Specific Plan (Lakeside SP) includes residential, community center, lake, parks, open space, trails and a 1.7-acre site south of Temescal Canyon Road. The majority of the site would remain as open space with development of residential, recreational, and infrastructure occurring on approximately 59.4 net acres in the southern portion of the site. Through the 64.5-acre Lee Lake is centrally located within the site area, it is owned separately by Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District. For purposes of the Lakeside SP it has been included with permission from EVMWD. The proposed project includes a Foundation General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan, Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan - Habitat Evaluation and Acquisition Negotiation Strategy (HANS), and Change of Zone, and Tentative Tract map. This entitlement would eliminate the current General Plan land use and residential zoning that permits homes north of the lake and instead would cluster a maximum of 410 homes south of the lake.
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