Shadow Run Ranch
PDS2000-3300-00-030 (MUP), PDS2001-3100-5223 (TM), PDS2000-3710-00-0205 (BC), PDS2000-3910-0002035 (ER)
The Project includes a Major Use Permit (PDS2000-3300-00-030), a Tentative Map (PDS2001-3100-5223), and a Boundary Adjustment with a Certificate of Compliance (PDS2000-3710-00-0205).
The project is a Boundary Adjustment with Certificate of Compliance, Tentative Map, and Major Use Permit for a 44-unit planned development on a 265-acre site. The planned development is comprised of 47 lots including 44 residential lots with a minimum lot size of 2.0 acres, a 91-acre biological open space lot to provide protection for sensitive habitat along Frey Creek; a 39-acre agricultural open space lot to accommodate on-going agricultural operations; and an 8-acre recreational open space lot to provide day use facilities such as a picnic area and multi-use court (badminton, volleyball, tennis) for project residents. The project site is in the Pala Pauma Subregional Plan area, approximately 10 miles east of Interstate 15, just northeast of the intersection of SR-76 and Adams Drive and has approximately 2,000 feet of frontage along SR-76.
The Public Review Period for the original Draft EIR occurred from August 21, 2014 through October 6, 2014. The Public Review Period for the project in accordance with the State Mining and Reclamation Act (SMARA) occurred from December 18, 2014 through February 17, 2015. A Summary of Changes for the Draft EIR can be found in Chapter 8.
Project Contact: Robert Hingtgen | Robert.Hingtgen@sdcounty.ca.gov | (858) 694-3712
Planning Commission Hearing Information:
CEQA and Environmental Findings are found in the applicable attachments of the Staff Report.
DRAFT FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT
Comments and Responses to Comments
- California Department of Fish and Wildlife
B - California Department of Transportation
C - Local Agency Formation Commission
D - Pala Pauma Community Sponsor Group
E - San Diego County Archaeological Society, Inc.
F - Endangered Habitats League
G - Pala Tribal Historic Preservation Office
H - California Department of Conservation, California Geologic Survey
I - State Mining and Geology Board