Land use: Light Industrial (ILT) and Industry Priority to Coastal Development (ICD)/ Zoning: Light Manufacturing (M1)
The 6001 Arcturus Avenue Outdoor Storage Yard Project (project) involves the construction of a parking lot and accompanying landscaping, lighting, fencing, and bioswale on an 8.7-acre site in Oxnard, California (project site). The site was previously occupied by a manufacturing use that has since been demolished, but the site includes approximately 120,000 square feet (sf) of remnant concrete surface that would not be removed or paved over (but would instead be incorporated into the proposed parking lot). The project would feature a total of 352,501 sf of paving, 27,038 sf of landscaping, 327 parking spaces for vehicles or shipping containers, a combination of screen wall (along Arcturus Avenue) and perimeter fence, 38 overhead lights, 4 fire hydrants, and a bioswale and storm drain on the southern edge of the parking lot. Construction of the project has been conservatively estimated to require 3 months to complete. The project is anticipated to become operational on approximately March 1, 2024, and would generally operate between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. The project site would be used to store shipping containers and vehicles and would replace the site’s previous use for heavy manufacturing.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 352501, Acres 8.7, Employees 1), Other (Outdoor Vehicle Storage Facility)
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