Currently planted with almond trees/ designated as Medium Density Residential and Community Commercial
The Pare West Project will consist of construction of up to 844 single-family residential units, a 1.819-acre park and installation of a trail system that will connect to the City's existing/future trail network in the area. The Project will be built out in phases, with Phase 1 generating 84 units. Most of the Project site is designated by the City of Fresno General Plan as Medium Density Residential (5.0 - 12 D.U./acre). There is an 10-acre portion of the site at the southeast corner of the lot that is zoned and designated Community Commercial, however, the Applicant is proposing to change this land use from commercial to residential (RS-5) to match the land use designation of the remainder of the 160 acres.
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