Tentative Map (T21-00001), Development Plan (D21-00001), and Request for Density Bonus (DB21-00001). A request for approval to allow the construction of 54 single-family homes ranging from about 1,200 to 1,700 square feet in size located around a private loop road within the project site. The project is located west of Los Arbolitos Blvd. at the Aspen Street and Pala Road intersections. A portion of the northwest corner of the site would be left undeveloped as part of the City of Oceanside's Draft Subarea Plan hardline preserve and to accommodate the existing San Luis Rey Trail. The property was sold as surplus land by the City, and under the Surplus Lands Act of California, if a project is developed with 10 or more residences, no fewer than 15% of those residences must be designated as "affordable" as defined by the state. The project proposes 54 total units, 8 of which would be designated low-income units, with the remaining 46 units as market rate. Primary site access would be from a westerly extension of Pala Road with a secondary emergency access off of Aspen Street.
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