3 existing structures on-site, the remainder of the project site is vacant
JS 63 MX, Inc. (Project Applicant), has submitted a Conditional Use Permit Application (No. 190094) for the development of a recreational motocross park on a 93.4-acre site. (APN No.’s 345-020-011, 345-020-016) located at 21220 Ethanac Road in unincorporated Riverside County. The existing structures on-site include: a 3,110 square-foot (SF) residential structure; a 5,780 SF building to be re-purposed as an event hall; and a 636 SF building to be re-purposed for storage. Seven new structures are proposed and include: an 800 SF building consisting of bathrooms and showers; a 3,000 SF administration builiding; a 14,000 SF, two-story Pro-Race Shop; a 5,000 SF, two-story building Pro-Race Shop; a 600 SF bike wash; a 3,750 SF garage; and a 1,200 SF restrooms and a snack bar building for pre-packaged food and beverage sales. The 5 motocross tracks will be 25 wide and approximately 11,700 feet long cumulatively. It includes five parking areas and an R.V. parking area for overnight dry-camping use. It will host local racing events. The noise ordinance exception proposes to grant an exception to Ordinance No. 847 Section 4. The overall daytime operational noise level is below the daytime noise limit of 65 dBA Leq that is set by the General Plan Noise Element.
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