The proposed Vista Grande Residential Project (project) involves the approval of a General Plan Amendment, zoning change, and Tentative Subdivision Map to construct 28 single-family detached lots, an access road, and associated utilities situated on two parcels in the northeastern part of the City of Vista. The project would also include road improvements at the intersection of East Vista Way and Warmlands Avenue. The site is currently designated Rural Residential (RR) in the Vista General Plan 2030, which allows up to one dwelling unit per acre (du/ac). The project proposes to change the General Plan land use designation to Low Density Residential (LD), which would allow up to two du/ac. The property is currently zoned Agricultural Zone (A-1). The project also proposes to rezone the property as Estates Residential (E-1). An occupied single-family residence exists on the western parcel, and the remainder of the site is vacant.
General Plan Amendment, Rezone, Land Division (Subdivision, etc.)
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