The Project consists of closing a 56-space mobilehome park and constructing 86
townhome condominium units with associated amenities on approximately 3.62-acre site. The Project applicant requests a Vesting Tentative Tract Map, and a Mobile Home Permit from the County of Los Angeles in order to develop the proposed Project. The applicant has volunteered to set aside a total of five (5) units designated for moderate income level affordable housing. The project site is developed with a mobilehome park and accessory structures for storage, laundry, and shade totaling 19,922 square feet. The non-conforming use and structure review permit authorizing the continued operation of a 56-unit mobilehome park expired in 2000; therefore, the park is operating without a required land use permit. As of May 15, 2018, 53 units exist on-site and of 53 units, 23 were occupied. The Project entails closing the mobilehome park and demolishing an 862-square foot storage structure, and a 664-square foot laundry room structure. All mobilehome units would be towed from the site to be relocated or disposed of offsite. Sheds and metal awnings associated with individual mobilehome dwellings, which total approximately 1,587 square feet and 18,396 square feet, respectively, are anticipated to be removed whole or disassembled and removed by owners of those items while vacating the Project site property, unless such additions are turned over to the mobilehome park operator for demolition. Approximate earthwork quantities would be 121 cubic yards (cy) of cut, and 4,758 cy of fill, and 9,286 cy of over-excavation, requiring a net import of 4,637 cy of soil. Transport hauling of import soil would require approximately 422 truckloads (assuming a capacity of about 11 cy per dump truck) arriving at the site, and 422 return trips. A source site for the fill soil has been identified approximately 1.6 miles to the east of the Project site on Arrow Highway at the intersection of Avenida Barbosa. Soil import hauling during grading activities would consist of traveling the 1.6 miles between the source site and the Project site along Arrow Highway, which becomes E. Live Oak Avenue approximately 0.95 miles east of the Project site, and continuing on to the Project site driveway access from E. Live Oak Avenue. Additionally, soil preparation would require over excavation of approximately 9,286 cy and recompaction of 9,286 cy of onsite soils. Refer to Project Description below for additional Project details.
California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolDepartment of ConservationDepartment of Fish and Wildlife, Region 5Department of Toxic Substances ControlDepartment of Water ResourcesNative American Heritage CommissionOffice of Emergency Services, CaliforniaRegional Water Quality Control Board, Region 4Resources AgencyResources, Recycling and RecoverySan Gabriel & Lower Los Angeles Rivers & Mountains ConservancyCaltrans, District 7