Rural Residential, with Light Industrial on the flagpole portion of the lot that extends to Dutcher Creek Road
The CUSD South Fields Project (project) would construct athletic fields on a portion of a vacant property at the south end of the City of Cloverdale. The project is proposed by the District to develop a sports field complex that would support existing District athletic programs and allow community use outside of school hours. The sports fields would include a joint purpose baseball/soccer field and a joint purpose softball/soccer field located in the eastern portion of the site extending from the northern property boundary through the center of the property; the dog park would be established in the western portion of the site near the northern property boundary; and a parking lot, concession stand, and restrooms would be constructed in the eastern portion of the site near the southern property boundary. The proposed project would support existing District existing athletic programs by providing additional programming space to facilitate practices and games for the baseball, softball, and soccer teams at Cloverdale High School and Washington Middle School. The existing fields at these two campuses are insufficient to meet all of the athletic program needs because there is currently not enough field space in the district for multiple teams to hold practices and games at the same time. Therefore, teams cannot practice as often as necessary or must practice at unreasonable hours. Further, there is no available space to expand sports fields at any of the District campuses. In addition, the District would allow community use of the fields outside of school athletic program hours.
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Recreational (9 acres, sports fields, dog park, related infrastructure)
athletic fields development
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