The proposed First Industrial Warehouse at Rider Street and Redlands Avenue Project (Project) involves the construction and operation of an approximately 324,147-square-foot industrial, non-refrigerated warehouse distribution facility, with 8,000 SF of office space and 4,000 square feet of mezzanine space on 16.25-acre (gross) site, of which approximately 1.40 acres will go for street dedication, for a net site area of 14.85-acres. The speculative warehouse/distribution use is assumed to operate 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The Project includes minimal subsurface storm drain and will utilize curb and gutter, curb cuts, and valley gutters to convey on-site flows to four proposed water quality basins and an underground storage system. Additionally, two subsurface storm drain lines will be constructed on-site to convey flows into the underground storage chambers. The storm drain system then collects the treated flows and higher degree flows from the bio-retention facilities on-site and underground storage chamber and conveys them to existing storm drain Line A-B, located within Rider Street which drains into the Perris Valley Storm Drain Channel.
Access to the Project site will be available from Redlands Avenue and Rider Street via three driveways; the south most driveway on Redlands Avenue and the driveways on Rider Street have direct access to the truck yard. Trucks would use the PVCCSP-designated truck routes to travel to and from the Project site. Partial-width improvements will be constructed on east side of Redlands Avenue and the south side of Rider Street adjacent to Project site, including medians, curb and gutter, and sidewalk.