The Rancho del Prado Specific Plan involves the pre-zoning of 209.4 acres in the City of Loma Linda to allow for a residential community of up to 350 detached single family residential homes distributed among two planning areas (Planning Area 1 and Planning Area 2); refer to Exhibit 3, Planning Areas, and Exhibit 4, Conceptual Land Use Plan. As depicted on Exhibit 4, the Proposed Project would allow for the development of the following land uses:
• Single Family Residential: Approximately 81.2 acres of detached single family residential homes would be distributed throughout Planning Area 1 and Planning Area 2.
• Open Space and Recreation: Approximately 121.7 acres of recreational trails and active and passive open space recreational uses would be distributed throughout the Project Site.
• Public Facilities: The Proposed Project would preserve the existing 6.5-acre stormwater detention facility with a small earthen dam located within the northwestern portion of the Project Site. This facility is in Loma Linda, but owned by the City of Colton.
Project implementation would require approval of the following discretionary actions:
• Land Use Pre-Designation to change the Project Site’s City of Loma Linda General Plan designation of South Hills to Rancho Del Prado Specific Plan; and
• Pre-zoning to change the Project Site’s City of Loma Linda zoning of Hillside Conservation (HR-C) to Specific Plan Zone (SP Zone).
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