Request to rezone a 5.15+/- acre parcel from A-2-10 (Gen Ag) to planned development to develop various commercial uses for the traveling public. Specifically, the request includes a 4,800 sf convenience store, two 3,000 sf and one 2,000 sf shell buildings for future fast food restaurants, six fueling stations for automobiles, six fueling stations for diesel engine vehicles including a truck scale and 30 parking spaces for overnight parking of truck-trailer combination vehicles. Each proposed 3,000 sf shell buildings for future fast food restaurants will include a drive thru. Each fueling station will include a canopy located over the fueling stations. The site will also feature an 85 ft freeway sign, a 16 ft monument sign fronting East Keyes Rd, and a monument sign fronting North Golden State Blvd. The site will also feature landscaping along the perimeter of the development as well as within the drive aisles. The site will also feature a reciprocal access between the northern undeveloped property and the subject site. The facility is planned to operate 24 hours a day with individual hours for each future tenet. The site will be served by the Keyes CSD for public water and sanitary sewer services. The applicant anticipates 10 employees for each shift with a total of 3 shifts per day. The applicant has proposed the development in two phases: phase 1 will include the fueling stations, convenience market, and truck parking and anticipated to be completed within 24 months of project approval. Phase 2 will include the 3 fast food restaurants and is anticipated to develop within 36 months of project approval.
Caltrans, District 10Native American Heritage CommissionRegional Water Quality Control Bd., Region 5 (Sacramento)California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCentral Valley Flood Protection BoardDelta Protection CommissionDelta Stewardship CouncilDepartment of Fish and Wildlife, Region 4Department of Water ResourcesOffice of Emergency Services, CaliforniaResources AgencyState Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Quality