Tehama County
California

Regular Item
16642

Consideration of GPA #19-03 & Rezone #19-02

Information

Department:Planning LocalSponsors:
Category:Misc. Item - Planning

Financial Impact

None

REQUESTED ACTION (S)

A.              Move to recommend the Board of Supervisors adopt the Findings relative to CEQA as contained in the staff report and Attachment “C”;

 

B.              Move to recommend the Board of Supervisors adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration (Attachment E) for GPA #19-03 and Rezone #19-02;

 

C.              Move to recommend the Board of Supervisors adopt the GPA # 19-03 Resolution and Findings with Attachment C;

 

D.              Move to recommend that the Board of Supervisors adopt the findings relative Rezone #19-02 as contained in the Staff Report, and the Ordinance in Attachment D as shown in Map Amendment Exhibit 1;

 

BACKGROUND INFO

The project proposes to change 22 acres of a 261.74 acre parcel in to a Commercial Land Use and Zoning designation in the Community of Lake California. The project site is located on the northeast corner of Lake California Drive and Rio Alto Drive in the community of Lake California an unincorporated area of Tehama County and further described as portions of Section 21, Township 29N, Range 3W, M.D.B.&M.  (See Attachment A, Vicinity Map).

 

Leviathan Inc. is requesting a General Plan Amendment from SP/SR; Special Planning Overlay/SR; Suburban Residential to a General Commercial General Plan land use designation. The request is also for a Map Rezone that will change the existing zoning along the Eastside of Lake California Drive from NR; Natural Resource Lands and Recreation to a C-2 General Commercial Zoning District on parcel 009-070-057. The project is proposed on 22 acres of the 261.74 acre parcel. It includes, future development of a self-storage facility, retail sales and professional offices along with a self-service vehicle wash facility on approximately 10 acres of the 22 acre project. The development proposes 11 buildings adjacent to the equestrian facility; the remaining 12 acres is anticipated to be future commercial development.