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Created On:
Jul 02, 2010
Last Updated:
Oct 23, 2017
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Scheduled Meeting:
October 26, 2017
Filed Under:
Supervisorial District 5, Conditional Use Permit, Environmental Assessment, General Plan Amendment, Oak Tree Permit, Parking Permit, Tentative Tract Map,

Project No. 00-210-(5) / Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 53295 / Entrada South

Case Description / Summary

Full Case Title: County Project No. 00-210-(5) / Vesting Tentative Tract Map No. 53295 / Zone Change No. 00-210 / Conditional Use Permit No. 00-210 / Oak Tree Permit No. 200700018 / Parking Permit No. 200700013

The proposed project, also referred to as “Entrada South,” is located in the Santa Clarita Valley west of Interstate 5 and the Old Road, south of Six Flags Magic Mountain Theme Park, northerly of the existing community of Westridge (separated from the Westridge site by an approximately 300 foot utility easement), and east of the boundary of the Newhall Ranch Specific Plan and the pending Mission Village (Vesting Tentative Tract Map 61105). Total project area is approximately 501 acres which includes a 382.3-acre vesting tentative tract map site and 119.1 acres of External Map improvements.

Development in the tract map area would include a total of 1,574 units (339 single-family residences and 1,235 multi-family residences), 730,000 square feet of commercial development, an elementary school, private drives, public facilities, a park, private recreation centers, and natural and manufactured open space areas throughout. Off-site project-related development would consist of road improvements along portions of Magic Mountain Pkwy, Media Center Drive, Commerce Center Drive, and Westridge Parkway. Other project-related improvements consist of a water tank and booster station, sewer improvements, a water quality basin, debris basins, storm drain/flood control improvements, access roads, and off-site grading (borrow site) to the west of the project. The project is requesting the following discretionary entitlements:

  • Vesting Tentative Tract Map (VTTM) No. 53295. Approval of the Vesting Tentative Tract Map is requested to subdivide the Entrada site into 339 single-family lots, 38 condominium lots for multi-family units, 19 commercial lots, and 104 lots for, among other uses, recreation, park, school site, and open space. The proposed map would subdivide the site into a total of 500 lots.
  • Zone Change No. 00-210. The Zone Change request would change the existing R-1 (Single- Family Residence) zoning on 319 acres to RPD-5,000-5.8U (Residential Planned Development-5,000 square feet minimum required area-5.8 dwelling units per acre), on 3.9 acres to C-2 (Neighborhood Commercial), and on 5.5 acres to C-3 zoning.
  • Conditional Use Permit No. 00-210. The CUP would authorize: (a) grading in excess of 100,000 cubic yards; (b) implementation of the Residential Planned Development (RPD) zoning classification; (c) development in a hillside management (HM) area; (d) construction of an off-site water tank; and (e) reduction of minimum lot area from 5,000 square feet to a minimum of 4,500 square feet on the lesser of 16 single-family lots or five percent of single-family lots.
  • Oak Tree Permit No. 200700018 The County Zoning Code contains provisions protecting trees of the oak genus. As a result, the removal or damage of certain “protected” oak trees is unlawful without a permit (Los Angeles County Zoning Code, Section 22.56.2050). An Oak Tree Permit is required for the removal of 67 oak trees (including 3 heritage) and encroachment into the protected drip-line of 11 oak trees (including 2 heritage) from the total of 104 oak trees located on the project site. Twenty-six trees would not be impacted by the Project.
  • Parking Permit No. 200700013 The Parking Permit is requested to authorize shared and reciprocal parking across lot lines.

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