The site is currently in an unproductive state of agricultural use. The Tulare Irrigation District canal runs through the middle of site. The site was previously a drive-in movie theater (south portion). There is currently a mobile communication tower on the site. Annual grassland and ruderal ground occupy the site.
The entire project site is zoned PD-C-3-SC.
The Visalia area land use plan a component of the planning framework, land use, and transportation and circulation elements of Tulare County GP designates the site "ag"; located within the urban development boundary and urban area boundary for the city of Visalia
The construction of the Sequoia Drive-In Business Park in Tulare County, CA will comprise of 4 separate phases of development. A total of 30 buildings (46 units) and 358,370 sf of building space will be constructed for the complete buildout for all phases of construction.
Phase 1 will include a convenience market with gas pumps and an attached fast-food restaurant, along with 5 separate commercial buildings for a total combined square footage of 68,340. Direct access into the development of phase 1 will occur on Road 156, and will eventually connect access from Noble Ave during phase 3.
Phase 2 will result in the development of 14 commercial buildings for a total combined square footage of 88,000, leaving a remainder lot for the existing cellular tower. Two access points into the development will occur on Road 156, providing a circle drive connecting part of phase 1, and all of phases 2 and 4.
Phase 3 will include 10 separate commercial buildings with 1 remaining lot for a stormwater retention ponding basin in the event of extreme rainfall. The total sf buildout for phase 3 will be 104,000.
Phase 4, the final phase, will include 13 commercial buildings with 1 remaining lot for a second stormwater retention pond. The total sf buildout for phase 4 will be 98,030.
To accommodate the proposed development, the following two actions will need to occur: update the existing development agreement, and Tulare County approval of a tentative subdivision map (including the environmental impact report).
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Commercial (Sq. Ft. 358,370, Acres 225)
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Aesthetics, Agriculture and Forestry Resources, Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Cumulative Effects, Drainage/Absorption, Economics/Jobs, Flood Plain/Flooding, Geology/Soils, Growth Inducement, Hazards & Hazardous Materials, Hydrology/Water Quality, Land Use/Planning, Mineral Resources, Noise, Population/Housing, Public Services, Recreation, Schools/Universities, Social, Solid Waste, Transportation, Vegetation, Wetland/Riparian, Wildfire, Wildlife, Other
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