A request by Pacific Wildlife Care for a Minor Use Permit to allow for the construction of a new wildlife care facility consisting of an approximately 7,390-square-foot 2-story building, 1,304 square feet of exterior covered storage, and 34,183 square feet of exterior animal enclosures (kennels) on a 10.34-acre (gross) parcel (9.3-acre net). The project would be constructed in two phases. Phase 1 includes construction of the first floor of the animal care building (4,640 square feet), the exterior covered storage, and 9,898 square feet of exterior animal enclosures. Phase 2 would complete the second story of the animal care building (2,750 square feet), an additional 24,285 square feet of exterior animal enclosures, and a creance field, which is a flight area for rehabilitating raptors. There is no current timeline for implementing Phase 2. The maximum height of the animal care building would be 27.5 feet. Approximately 360,254 square feet (8.3 acres) of the site would be landscaped or remain as open space. The new facility would be constructed on the northwest corner of the Buckley Road and Esperanza Lane intersection with access via a direct access driveway on Buckley Road. The project would result in 7.2 acres of site disturbance including 6,800 cubic yards of cut and 6,500 cubic yards of fill.