Land Use: SP - Specific Plan, GC - General Commercial; Zoning: SW - Santero Way, CE - Commercial, NL - Neighborhood Low Density
The City of Cotati is preparing an update to the Santero Way Specific Plan (SWSP) to update land use designations and realize the vision of a residentially focused transit-oriented neighborhood, within walking distance to the Cotati SMART Station, that also allows for mixed-use and neighborhood-serving retail development, community-serving uses, and transit-serving uses. The designated land uses will be linked to design standards and guidelines and establish a planning framework to facilitate and guide future development. The current SWSP plan boundary will be expanded to add one or more parcels up to 4 acres. Development standards for parcels in zoning designations that permit new residential or commercial development be rezoned to require a minimum density of 25 dwelling units per acre, and a minimum of 1.0 FAR on average.
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