The project will allow the construction of 75 single-family homes on Infill Planning Parcels 3 and 100, the construction of 63 single-family homes on Sierra Vista Specific Plan (SVSP) Parcel WB-41, and allow the construction of 30 additional high density residential units on SVSP Parcel WB-31. The project consists of amending the General Plan (GP) land use designation and modifying the zoning for a majority portion of Infill Planning Parcel 100 (northern part) and modifying the zoning for a minor portion of Infill Planning Parcel 3 (southern part), both located immediately east of the Sierra View Country Club, in order to reduce the property’s existing planned housing density. The majority of Infill Planning Parcel 100 would be amended from Medium Density Residential to Low Density Residential and rezoned from R3 (Multi-Family Housing) to RS (Small Lot Residential). A minor portion of Infill Planning Parcel 3 would be rezoned from R1 (Single-Family Residential) to RS. A Tentative Subdivision Map is proposed that would include the redesignated and rezoned portion of Infill Planning Parcel 100 and the rezoned portion of Infill Planning Parcel 3 that will create 75 single-family lots. The Tentative Map would reduce the total number of residential units previously anticipated for Infill Parcel 100 from 223 to 130. A Tree Permit is also requested to remove several native oak trees on Infill Planning Parcels 3 & 100. The project would increase the density of SVSP Parcel WB-31 from 23.7 units per acre to 26.4 units per acre, as allowable under the GP, and increase its total planned high-density residential units by 30—from 263 to 293. The project also would redesignate Parcel WB-41 from Community Commercial to Medium Density Residential through a GP amendment and rezone it from CC (Community Commercial) to RS/DS (Small Lot with Development Standards) and create a Small Lot Tentative Subdivision Map with 63 medium-density residential lots. Lastly, a Second Amendment to the Westbrook Development Agreement will be made to reflect the proposed land use changes and unit transfers. The Tentative Subdivision Map and Tree Permit entitlements associated with the project were approved by the Planning Commission on December 16, 2021. On January 19, 2022, the City Council adopted resolutions approving the General Plan Amendment and Specific Plan Amendment, and introduced for first reading ordinances approving the Rezone and Development Agreement Amendments. A second reading of the ordinances approving the Rezone and Development Agreement Amendment occurred at the February 2, 2022 City Council meeting.