Integrated Community Development is proposing a 69-unit multi-family apartment consisting of one three-story building with 20 one-bedroom, 29 two-bedroom, and 20 three-bedroom units, at 5400 Gaddy Lane, in Kelseyville, California [assessor’s parcel number (APN 024-071-69)]. The site is zoned “R3” Multi-Family Residential-Floodway Fringe “FF” and has a general plan designation of High Density Residential HDR. Development would have to comply with Chapter 25 of the Lake County Municipal Code for building in the AO flood zone. The building will be serviced by an elevator and include a 1,500 square foot community room. Outdoor amenities will include an expansive open space, a tot-lot, barbeque/picnic areas, and a volleyball court. The development will be in excess of California State Density Bonus standards with a total of 132 parking stalls. Grading and trenching for parking, landscaping, and utilities are also proposed. There will be two access driveways off of Gaddy Lane. The existing driveway runs along the west side of the property, and provides shared access with the adjacent Kelseyville Family Apartments. A shared use and maintenance agreement will be recorded prior to commencement of construction. The second access driveway is planned on the east of the project. Construction duration is estimated at 14 months. Approximately 70 construction workers and 250 truck trips is estimated during earth work operations. A Conditional Will Serve Letter was received from the Special Districts to allow for connection of water and wastewater system for potable water and sewage disposal. Stormwater runoff will be collected in three onsite bioretention basins. The development will install solar panels on the roof and carports, with the goal of off-setting 100% of the energy required to operate the building. In addition, the developer will participate in the Department of Energy WaterSense program by incorporating water saving fixtures and employing a water conscience landscape design, with the goal of reducing the overall water consumption of the development.