The existing General Plan Land Use designation for the site is R-6,000 - Residential 6,000 and the existing zoning is R-6,000 (Residential 6,000-square-foot lot size). The proposed zoning for the project would be R-6,000-PDO (Planned Development Overlay) that would allow for an increase in housing density of up to 10 percent of 6,000 square feet.
Identified as Tentative Tract Map (TTM) 37904, the project applicant is proposing the development of 185 single family age restricted (55 years old or older) detached residential units at the project site (Figure 2). The residential lots would range from a minimum size of 4,502 square feet to a maximum size of 9,972 square feet. As part of the project development, there would be three recreational areas constructed .One lot would remain an undeveloped natural area. A recreation center building would be constructed as part of the project. One detention basin for stormwater management that would include a dog park would be located within the project boundaries.
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Residential (Units 185, Acres 40.62)
Planned Unit Development, Rezone
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