Within the Lacey Ranch Area Master Plan, the Project applicant is proposing to subdivide and develop approximately 156 acres of land into a planned residential community with a mix of single-family and multi-family housing units. The exact number of each housing type may vary slightly, depending on final density, however, there will be a maximum of 825 housing units in total. Approximately 75% of the site will be developed with single family housing units on a variety of lot sizes, with the remainder to be developed with multi-family housing and parks/trails. The Project applicant proposes to annex the site into the City Limits of Lemoore and will require a General Plan Amendment and Zone Change to change the land use designations from agriculture to residential. The Project will also require a modification to the City’s Sphere of Influence.
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Residential (Units 825, Acres 156)
General Plan Amendment, Master Plan, Rezone, Annexation
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