City of Riverside 2014 - 2021 Housing Element Update EIR
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Various existing land uses; Various Zones; and Various General Plan designations
The General Plan Housing Element identifies and analyzes existing and projected housing needs, and articulates the City's official policies for preservation, conservation, improvement, and production of housing within the City. The Housing Implementation Plan describes the housing programs intended to accommodate the City's remaining RHNA of 4,767 DU, including the following key actions: Tool H-21 - Rezoning Program; Tool H-30 - Zoning Code Incentives; and Tool H-51 - Supportive and Transitional Housing. The Project involves General Plan land use amendments/zone changes to as many as 395 acres (303) parcels), which allows for the development of as many as 11,675 DU and as much as 7.4 million sq. ft. of non-residential uses. The residential (approx. 66 DU) and non-residential uses (1.3 million SF) located on candidate sites would be replaced by the proposed residential mixed uses. Overall, the Project implementation is anticipated to result in a net increase of as many as 11,609 DU and as much as 6.1 million SF of non-residential uses over existing conditions.
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