Designated Industrial (I) and Business Park (BP) by the Shafter General Plan and zoned Industrial (I) and Business Park (BP) per Title 17 of the Shafter Municipal Code.
The project consists of a requested General Plan Amendment and Zone Change to allow for the construction of a two-phase recreation and sports park on a 42.4-acre site located at the northwest corner of East Ash Avenue and Golds Avenue in the City of Shafter. The project would be developed in two phases.
Phase 1 would include the construction of various recreational fields and courts for baseball, softball, soccer, basketball, and handball, as well as children’s playground and barbecue areas totaling approximately 20 acres. Phase 1 would also include a 340-square-foot restroom, a 1,300-square-foot concession stand with restroom, a 1,000-square-foot storage building, one 720-square-foot office, and three parking areas composed of 336 parking spaces.
Phase 2 would include the construction of various recreational features and courts such as an outdoor gym, tennis/pickle ball courts, kids fit course, dog-park, barbecue area, and track field. Phase 2 would also include the construction of a 26,725-square-foot gym/multi-purpose room, a 1,500-square-foot shop, a 1,000-square-foot restroom, maintenance yard, and 2-parking areas composed of 388 parking spaces. Street construction included in Phase 2 would include the remaining portion of the access road along the north and west boundaries of the park. An on-site retention basin, sized per a drainage study reviewed and approved by the City Engineer, would also be developed at the site. Additionally, an on-site drywell and filtration unit would also be developed to filter raw irrigation water provided by the Shafter-Wasco Irrigation District and supplemented by an offsite water well.
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Recreational (Community Park)
General Plan Amendment, Rezone
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