The Oak View Estates Specific Plan Project, in conjunction with Tentative Tract Map 73567, would guide the development of 197.7 acres of an undeveloped hillside site in Bradbury. Development under the SP would result in nine new residential estates, a water storage tank, a loop access road, three bridges, and no-build open space areas. The site is currently accessed via Long Canyon Rd. Each estate lot would be allowed to be developed with a primary home and a accessory dwelling unit (guest house). Approx 85 acres (43%) of the site would be developed, and 113 acres (57%) would be preserved as open space. Developed areas include developable areas of the residential lots (building pads, driveways, and cut/fill slopes), road, and water tank/fire protection staging, and fuel modification zones for fire protection.
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