The City of Pico Rivera, in its capacity as the Lead Agency, is considering an application to construct and operate a new !Self-storage facility within a 0.65-acre (28,208 square feet) site located at 6605 Rosemead Boulevard within the City of Pico Rivera. The proposed project would consist of a new, four-story self-storage building that would have a total floor area of 63,446 square feet on a site that is currently undeveloped. The building would contain a total of 680 storage units. Parking will include seven surface parking spaces and 3 loading bays. The proposed four-story self-storage building would have a maximum height of 52 feet. The application include a General Plan Amendment, Zone Text Amendment, Zone Reclassification, Conditional Use Permit and Minor Variance.
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State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Transportation, District 7 (DOT)
Commercial (Sq. Ft. 63466, Acres 0.64, Employees 3)
General Plan Amendment, Use Permit
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