Otay Ranch Village 14 and Planning Areas 16/19
PDS2016-SP-16-002; PDS2016-GPA-16-008; PDS2016-REZ-16-006; PDS2016-TM-5616; PDS2016-STP-16-027; PDS2016-ER-16-19-006
The Project includes a General Plan Amendment (PDS2016-GPA-16-008), a Specific Plan (PDS2016-SP-16-002), a Rezone (PDS2016-REZ-16-006), a Tentative Map (PDS2016-TM-5616), and a Site Plan (PDS2016-STP-16-027).
The project proposes to develop 1,119 homes on approximately 1,284 total acres within an approximately 860 acre development footprint that lies within Otay Ranch Village 14 and Planning Areas 16 & 19 (PAs 16 & 19). Approximately 994 of the 1,119 homes will be located in Village 14, set in three district neighborhoods (referred to herein as the South, Central and North Villages). Homes will be single-family detached homes. Within Village 14 there are 878 homes located within gated neighborhood enclaves and 116 non-gated homes located in the South Village area. In addition, there are 13 one-acre estates in PA 19 and 112 Ranchettes located in PA 16.
The Village core will comprise a 9.7 acre elementary school, a 2.3 acre public safety site with a fire station, a 7.2 acre Village Green, and a 1.7 acre mixed use site with 10,000 square feet of neighborhood commercial uses. The project's recreational opportunities will include three public parks and three swimclubs, as well as trails and other recreational facilities situated throughout the South, Central, and North Villages. Public parks would include a 7.2 acre Village Green in the Village Core area, a 3.8 acre scenic park in the Central Village, and a 2.9 acre park in the South Village. In addition, smaller pocket parks will be situated throughout Village 14. The project also includes approximately 4.5 miles of Community Pathway that is along Proctor Valley Road between Chula Vista and Jamul and an internal neighborhood pedestrian network. The project does not include the "Inverted L" Village 14 property because it is located within the City of Chula Vista.
Project Contact: Greg Mattson | Gregory.Mattson@sdcounty.ca.gov | (858) 694-2249
This Guide is provided to facilitate the review of the Proposed Project and to introduce a project level alternative, which means that the lead agency as part of its range of reasonable alternatives has included a project alternative that has met all applicable CEQA and County requirements, and thus could be approved by the Board of Supervisors without further environmental review.
Due to this project level alternative, the reader will see that there are two sets of project level technical documents, associated Appendices, and Tentative Maps/Preliminary Grading Plans. Section A will be the presentation of the Proposed Project and its required associated support documents and Section B will be the project level alternative with its supporting documents.
WEBSITE SHORTCUT TABLE
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|Click Here||Technical Appendices (Section A)|
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PUBLIC REVIEW PERIOD (March 1, 2018 - April 16, 2018)
CHAPTER 2 - Significant Environmental Effects of the Proposed Project
2.2 Agricultural Resources
2.3 Air Quality
2.4 Biological Resources (Part: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13)
2.5 Cultural Resources
2.6 Geology, Soils, and Seismology
2.7 Greenhouse Gas Emissions
2.9 Transportation and Traffic
2.10 Paleontological Resources
2.11 Tribal Cultural Resources
Hazards and Hazardous Materials
3.1.2 Hydrology and Water Quality
3.1.3 Land Use and Planning
3.1.4 Mineral Resources
3.1.5 Population and Housing
3.1.6 Public Services
3.1.8 Utilities and Service Systems
3.1.10 Significant Irreversible Environmental Changes Resultant From Project Implementation
3.2 Effects Found Not Significant During Initial Study
SPECIFIC PLAN APPENDICES
1. Preserve Edge Plan
2. Fire Protection Plan
Fire Protection Plan Appendices: A-F, G-L
3. Energy Conservation Plan
4. Public Facilities Finance Plan
5. Village Design Plan
6. Water Conservation Plan
7. Design Guidelines
8. Agricultural Plan
ADDITIONAL ITEMS (SECTION A)
ADDITIONAL ITEMS (SECTION B)