Land use= golf course, Zoning= RE (Rural Residential), GP designation= Public/Quasi-Public
The project applicant is requesting approval from the City of Camarillo for a 30-acre portion of the golf course property to: amend the General Plan land use designation from Quasi-Public to LowMedium Density Residential (5 .1-10 dwelling units per acre); change of zone from Rural Exclusive and Rural Exclusive - 1 Acre Minimum Lot Size to Residential Planned Development (up to 10 dwelling units per acre); subdivide and develop the property for the development of up to 300 new age-restricted (55+) residential units; and reconfigure the remaining golf course. The area proposed for the Project is located south of Ridge View Street and west of the existing golf course driving range.
The remaining 152 acres of the golf course property would remain as Quasi-Public for golf course use. Development of the residential area would require a reconfiguration of the existing golf course which could result in the number of holes remaining at 18 or being reduced to 12 or nine. Other improvements proposed for the golf course include a new clubhouse facility and 8.5 acres of new neighborhood parks including a dog park, passive recreation area, and walking trails.
The project applicant, NUWI Camarillo, LLC, has also submitted a Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to modify the existing Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) floodplain map in order to remove approximately 153 existing residences from the mapped floodplain area and facilitate residential development of the existing golf course.
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