Vacant/ R-1-6 (Single-family Residential, 6,000 sq. ft. minimum lot area)
The proposed project would construct a five building church complex for the Roman Catholic Saint Rita's Church. Construction for the project is proposed to occur in approximately seven (7) phases. The first phase would consist of the construction of a 15,667 sq. ft. main sanctuary and will encompass the nave, narthex, predella, sacristy, and restrooms and will seat approximately 1,145 parishioners. Other improvements including the installation of 286 parking spaces, landscaping, trash enclosures, lighting and City standard drive-approaches will also be included in the first phase. The proposed project site is zoned R-1-6 (Single-family Residential, 6,000 sq. ft. minimum lot area) under the current zoning code and requires the approval of a Conditional Use Permit for establishment of the use.
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Other (Five Building Church Campus on an 8 acre site)
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