The project site has a land use designation of Hillside Residential Open Space (HRO) and zoning designation of Hillside Residential & Open Space, Subdivided (HRO2). The parcels adjacent to the project site are designated HRO and Residential Low Density (RES-L) and zoned HRO2 and Single Family Residential, 6000 sq. ft./D.U. (R1B). The project site is located within the Measure F Overlay.
The City of Belmont has received an application from Meng Huang (applicant) for the Monte Cresta Drive Extension Project (project), which would extend Monte Cresta Drive by 335 feet from its existing terminus at Monte Cresta Drive and Sequoia Way. The Monte Cresta Drive extension would provide access to five unimproved parcels, Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 043-234-170 (Lot 21), 043-234-210 (Lot 19/20), 043-232-090 (Lot 10), 043-232-130 (Lot 11/12) and 043-232-270 (Lot 7). The extension of Monte Cresta Drive would allow future development of single-family homes on the five undeveloped parcels.
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Residential (Future development of five lots.)(Units 5, Acres .97), Transportation:Local Road (Road Extension)
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