Reed Residential Variance (PA2019-060)


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Newport Beach
Document Title
Reed Residential Variance (PA2019-060)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Demolition of existing single-family residence and accessory structures and construction of a new 10,803 s.f. single~family residence and a 1,508 s.f, four-car garage. Project includes a variance for 353 square feet of encroachments above the height limit for the second story roof eaves, deck and railing and entry level covered patio and roof on the eastern side of the property. The plan for the project is provided as Exhibit 1. .

Contact Information

Jaime Murillo
Agency Name
City of Newport
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Newport Beach
Cross Streets
1113 Kings Road

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15303 - Class 3
Reasons for Exemption
Section 15303-Class 3 A new single-family residence and.appurtenant accessory structures, including a garage, patio deck, fencing, and associated landscape and hardscape improvements are proposed to be constructed. Single-family residences and appurtenant accessory structures are allowed per sub-sections (a) and (e) of Section 15303. The project will not result in any of the exceptions to the list of categorical exemptions identified in Section 15300.2 because the project will not result in an impact on an environmental resource of hazardous or critical concern where designated, precisely mapped, and officially adopted pursuant to law by federal, state or local agencies. There is no such designated, mapped, or officially adopted environmental resource or hazard or critical concern. The site has been developed with a single-family residence since the 1950's and is largely disturbed. A site-specific Geotechnical Report was prepared and revealed no significant impacts.


Notice of Exemption

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