MDP 2018-15 Raymond Sequeria-Self Storage Facility
CON - Early Consultation
Present Land Use
Industrial Business park (IBP)
Minor Discretionary Permit 2018-15 - 528 Dianne Drive: the applicant is requesting approval for the construction of a self-storage facility on a 3.28-acre vacant parcel located at 528 Dianne Drive (Stanislaus APN: 089-013-002). A total of 429 self-storage units are proposed totaling approximately 57,980 square feet of building area. Associated on and off-site improvements include a 576 square foot office, wall signs, on-site parking, security lighting, fencing, paving, landscaping, and a storm drain basin constructed at the rear of the property, and frontage improvements. The developer anticipated constructing the project in three phases with a project completion date of 2021:
Phase 1: Construction of the office, signage, on-site parking, paved drive aisles, on-site storm water retention, frontage, improvements, perimeter, fencing, landscaping, and 149 storage units ranging in size from a 5'x10' unit to a 10'x25' unit.
Phase 2: Construction of 115 storage units ranging in size from a 5'x10' unit to a 10'x25' and paved drive aisles.
Phase 3: Construction of 165 storage units ranging from a 5'x10' unit to a 10'x25' and paved drive aisles.
The office will be used to provide new and/or existing clients with customer service and to store items need to maintain in the facility and grounds. The hours of operation for the office will be 9:00am to 6:00pm., 7 days a week. The storage ground will be gated, however, customers will be able to access the property 24 hours a day with a designated gate code. No onsite caretaker unit has been proposed at this time.
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