The northern 15,000 sf portion of the project site (APN 041-131-29) is currently occupied by the existing Orange County Ronald McDonald House. he southern 36,000 sf portion of the project site includes a gravel surface parking lot associated with the Ronald McDonald House and a children’s play area. The southeast portion of the project site (APN 041-140-23) is occupied by a 1,703 sf single-family residential building that is two stories in height and includes a 535 sf detached garage located in the southeast corner of the parcel.
The project includes an expansion of the existing Orange County Ronald McDonald
House to increase the current number of guest rooms from 21 to 44, which would expand the floor area across the project site by 17,325 square feet, and to convert an existing historic single-family residence at 802 W. Culver Avenue to an accessory office space. The addition would be consistent with the style and materials of the existing Ronald McDonald House building. A surface parking lot with 43 parking spaces and access from S. Batavia Street would be constructed to the south of the addition. The project includes a General Plan Amendment from Low Density Residential (LDR) to Public Facilities & Institutions (PFI) and a Zone Change from Single-Family Residential (R-1-6) to Public Institution (PI).
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Other (Institutional: rooms serving families of hospitalized kids)
General Plan Amendment, Site Plan, Rezone, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.), Other
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