The City of Camarillo is considering applications submitted by NUWI Camarillo, LLC, for a General Plan Amendment (GPA 2017-2), Change of Zone (CZ-327), Tentative Tract Map (TT-6016), Residential Planned Development Permit (RPD-204), and modification to a Special Use Permit (SUP-6M(3)). The area proposed under GPA 2017-2 and CZ-327 consists of approximately 31 acres, specifically located south of Ridge View Street and west of the existing golf course driving range and is part of the larger 182-acre Camarillo Springs Golf Course property. The applicant is proposing to redesignate the approximately 31-acre area from Quasi-Public to Low-Medium Density Residential (5.1-10 dwelling units per acre) and change the zoning from Rural Exclusive (RE) to Residential Planned Development, 8 units per acre maximum (RPD-8U). The applicant is also requesting approval of TT-6016 and RPD-204 on the approximately 31-acre site to subdivide the property and construct 248 age-restricted (55+) single-family detached for-sale residential units. The project would include a private recreation center and open spaces that include two pocket parks and walking trail. The applicant is requesting under SUP-6M(3) to reconfigure the existing 18-hole golf course into a 12-hole golf course. The golf course clubhouse would be renovated and enhanced within the existing building footprint. The area to the east of the driving range would include a neighborhood park, walking trail, dog park, and event spaces, all of which would be open and available for public use.
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