Undeveloped land / RiverPark Specific Plan - Public Facilities / Regional Commercial
The Project involves the installation and operation of an electronic billboard on an approximately 0.25-acre undeveloped site (APN: 132-0-311-075) located between the U.S. 101 and Riverpark Boulevard approximately 850 feet north of Vineyard Avenue in the northern portion of the City of Oxnard. TThe Project site is located within the RiverPark Specific Plan “A” and was assessed as Public Facilities as part of the 2009 Addendum 8 to the RiverPark Specific Plan Final EIR. The 2030 General Plan land use designation is Commercial Regional. Implementation of the proposed Project would require the approval of a Special Use Permit (PZ 20-500-07), a Development Agreement (PZ 20-670-06), and Amendment to the RiverPark Specific Plan (PZ 20 630-02). The Special Use Permit allows for the development of an electronic billboard that would include a digital display of advertisements of various businesses, activities, services or products. The top of the billboard would be approximately 60 feet in height above the ground, and the dimensions of the electronic billboard sign would be 14.5 feet in height and 48.5 feet in width. The electronic billboard would have a two-sided light-emitting diode (LED) digital display that would have dimensions of 14 feet in height and 48 feet in width. The proposed Development Agreement will allow for the use of City property for the purpose of a Freeway Adjacent Digital Display Billboard and outline the required public benefits to be provided by the future development. The proposed Specific Plan Amendment would amend the RiverPark Specific Plan to allow for Freeway Adjacent Digital Display Billboards within the RiverPark Specific Plan.
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Other (Electronic Billboard)
Use Permit, Amendment to the RiverPark Specific Plan; Development Agreement
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