The Modified Project would develop a multi-family community containing approximately 288 units in nine buildings and one amenity building located on a currently vacant 12.89-acre site instead of 103 single-family dwelling units. While a single proposal for processing by the City, the Modified Project requires four (4) distinct development actions described as follows: 1) CEQA/Supplemental EIR (SEIR): In accordance with Section 15163 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Planning Department will act as the Lead Agency and has determined that the revised project will require preparation and certification of a Supplemental EIR (SEIR) to the original EIR No. 478 certified by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors on November 20, 2007; 2) General Plan Amendment – In accordance with Section 17.08.040 of the Wildomar Municipal Code, the proposed project requires approval of a general plan amendment to change the existing land use designation from Medium High Density Residential (MHDR, 5-8 units/acre) to Highest Density Residential (HHDR, 20+ units/acre) for the project site to accommodate the 288-unit apartment community at a density of 22.3 units/acre for the 12.89-acre site located on the west side of Inland Valley Drive about 550 feet south of Clinton Keith Road (APN: 380-250-038); 3) Oak Springs Ranch Specific Plan Amendment – In accordance with Section 17.08.080 of the Wildomar Municipal Code, the proposed project requires approval of a specific plan amendment to amend Section 3.2 (Planning Area 2) of the Oak Springs Ranch Specific Plan to replace the detached single family residential development (TTM No. 31736) with the proposed 288-unit apartment community with related on-site and off-site improvements and amenities; 4) Plot Plan – In accordance with Section 17.216 of the Wildomar Municipal Code, the proposed project requires approval of a plot plan to develop the proposed 288-unit apartment community on the 12.68 acre parcel (APN: 380-250-038) with related on-site and off-site improvements and amenities.
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