Perris Valley Commerce Center Specific Plan: Business/Professional Office (BPO)
Project includes development of a new 7-Eleven convenience store, gasoline fueling station, and automated car wash. Access to the site will be provided via two separate 35-foot wide driveways: one along Perris Boulevard and the other along Rider Street. Both driveways will be restricted to right-in/right-out turning movements. Project includes 37 passenger vehicle parking stalls, including two accessible stalls and one electric vehicle stall, and includes 24,372-square feet of landscaping. Project includes a Type 20 ABC License for the convenience store/fueling station operation, a Conditional Use Permit (CUP 19-05281) for 24-hour operation, a Variance (VAR 20-05162) to waive/reduce Municipal Code distance requirements for alcohol sales, and a Specific Plan Amendment (SPA 19-05282) to change the land use from Business Professional Office (BPO) to Commercial (C).
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Commercial (Convenience Store)(Sq. Ft. 3227, Acres 0.07, Employees 3), Other (6 Dispenser/12 Pump Gas Station & 991 SF Automated Car Wash)
General Plan Amendment, Site Plan, Rezone, Use Permit
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