THE JUNIPERS (PTS No. 586670)

2 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2018041032
Lead Agency
San Diego, City of (City of San Diego)
Document Title
THE JUNIPERS (PTS No. 586670)
Document Type
EIR - Draft EIR
Received
Project Applicant
City of San Diego
Present Land Use
Present Zoning: RS-1-14 (Residential-Single Unit). Proposed Zoning: RM-1-1, RM-3-7, (Residential-Multi Unit) and OR-1-1, OP-1-1 (Open Space) Present Community Plan Designation: Open Space. Proposed Community Plan Designation: Residential - Low (5-9 DU/AC)

Document Description
The project includes a Site Development Permit, Planned Development Permit, General Plan Amendment, Community Plan Amendment, CIPOZ, Rezone, Vesting Tentative Map, Sewer Easement Vacation and Variance from the lnclusionary Housing Regulations to develop 536 residential units on a vacant 112.3-acre property adjacent to 14455 Rancho Penasquitos Boulevard. The project entails the development of a vacant property (non-operational golf course) to create a residential subdivision with 455 multi-family attached and detached residences for those aged 55 and above, a three-story building with 81 senior affordable multi-family apartments, a 2.87-acre (net) public park, privately owned/pubiiciy accessible 2.75-miie 11Social Loop" trail, 0.52- acre privately-owned/publicly accessible park with mobility amenities, other private open space/parks and recreational amenities for project residents' use, and internal streets. Retaining walls around the site perimeter would vary from 3 to 12 feet high. The residential privacy fencing along the eastern edge of the property will be designed to also protect project uses from 1-15 noise. The project would be fully landscaped and would incorporate a variety of sustainable design features. Utilities to serve the project are available in the immediate vicinity. Vehicular access to the project site would be provided from Penasquitos Drive at the existing intersection with Jana! Way, arid from a new right-in only access road off of Carmel Mountain Road (including provision of a new deceleration lane for right-turning traffic and an emergency-only egress right-out lane from the project site onto Carmel Mountain Road). The project would provide a roundabout at Janal Way/Penasquitos Drive/Project Access and a traffic signal at Cuca Street/Penasquitos Drive/Hotel Karlan Driveway. The project also would improve and retain an existing fire/emergency access/egress connection from Del Diablo Street to the northwestern portion of the project site, as well as an existing off-site emergency access/egress between Andorra Way and Corte Raposo. As part of the project approval, a General Plan Amendment is needed to change the designated land use from "Open Space" to "Residential" and an amendment to the Rancho Penasquitos Community Plan is needed to change the on site designated land uses to a combination of Low.:Medium Density Residential (i.e., 5 to 10 dwelling units per developable acre), open space, and parks, including both neighborhood and commercial parks. The project also proposes a zoning change from residential and commercial zones RS-1-14 and CV-1-1 to residential and open space zones RM-1-1, RM-3-7, OR-1-1, and OP-1-1. A Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zone would be placed over the residentially zoned portions of the site to require discretionary review of site development proposals. Permits will be required from the Army Corps of Engineers and the Regional Water Quality Control Board to impact and reestablish an unvegetated ditch that runs through the eastern portion of the site.

Contact Information
Sara Osborn
City of San Diego
1222 First A venue, MS 501
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone : (619) 446-5381
sosborn@sandiego.gov

Location

Coordinates
32°58'45"N 117°5'29"W
Cities
San Diego
Counties
San Diego
Cross Streets
Carmel Mountain Rd. and Penasquitos Dr. (14455 Penasquitos Dr.)
Zip
92129
Total Acres
112.3
Parcel #
313-011-06, 07, & 10, 313-060-10
Railways
I-15, SR-56
Schools
Mt. Carmel High School

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (536 Units, 112.3 Acres)
Local Action
Community Plan Rezone Subdivision Site Dev Permit
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Biological Resources Drainage/Absorption Geologic/Seismic Greenhouse Gas Emissions Noise Public Services Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Traffic/Circulation Water Quality Water Supply Wetland/Riparian Land Use Cumulative Effects Other Energy, Health & Safety, Public Utilities, Alternatives
Reviewing Agencies
California Air Resources Board California Department of Conservation California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection California Department of Housing and Community Development California Department of Parks and Recreation California Department of Water Resources California Governor's Office of Emergency Services California Native American Heritage Commission California Natural Resources Agency California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region 9 California San Diego River Conservancy Department of Toxic Substances Control Office of Historic Preservation State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water California Department of Transportation, District 11 California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 California Highway Patrol

Attachments

Environmental Document
1_Public_Notice_The_Junipers_Draft_EIR   PDF 143 K 2_Certification_Page_The_Junipers_Draft_EIR   PDF 182 K 2018041032 NOA   PDF 869 K 3_The_Junipers_Project_EIR_No_586670   PDF 392359 K Appendix A, Notice of Preparation, Response Letters, Scoping Meeting Sign-in Sheet, Scoping Meeting Transcript   PDF 59334 K Appendix B, Transportation Impact Analysis and Trigger Analysis Memo   PDF 21462 K Appendix C, Acoustical Analysis Report   PDF 13009 K Appendix D, Air Quality Technical Report   PDF 6676 K Appendix E, Greenhouse Gas Emissions Technical Report (including CAP Checklist)   PDF 5994 K Appendix F, Biological Resources Letter Report   PDF 17872 K Appendix G1, Drainage Study   PDF 74822 K Appendix G2, Storm Water Quality Management Plan   PDF 92886 K Appendix H, Geotechnical Investigation   PDF 43992 K Appendix I1, Archaeological Resources Report Form (excludes Confidential Appendices)   PDF 8556 K Appendix I2, Former Carmel Highlands Golf Course Built Environment Assessment   PDF 940 K Appendix I3, AB 52 Documentation   PDF 1830 K Appendix J1, Water Supply Assessment   PDF 935 K Appendix J2, Private Water System Analysis   PDF 4816 K Appendix J3, Sewer System Analysis   PDF 54443 K Appendix J4, Waste Management Plan   PDF 6862 K Appendix K1, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Carmel Highland Golf Course   PDF 298960 K Appendix K2, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Vacant Land, Unassigned Address   PDF 128114 K Appendix K3, Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Investigation   PDF 2017 K Appendix K4, Wildland Fire Evacuation Plan   PDF 40893 K Appendix K5, Fire Protection Plan   PDF 13309 K Appendix L, Paleontological Records Search   PDF 1316 K Summary Form   PDF 128 K
NOC
NOC   PDF 1250 K
State Comments
2018041032_Caltrans Comment   PDF 220 K 2018041032_CDFW_Comment   PDF 158 K 2018041032_CHP_Comment   PDF 798 K

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