City of Riverside 3900 Main St. Riverside, CA 92522
Planning Division (951) 826-5371
Agenda - Final
Art Pick Council Chamber9:00 AM Publication Date: Friday, April 6, 2018 Meeting Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018
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PLANNING CASES P15-1000 (CUP) and P16-0095 (VR): Continued from the March 22, 2018 meeting. Proposal by Peter Le, representing Riverside Cao Dai Church to consider the following entitlements: 1) a Conditional Use Permit to permit the establishment of a place of worship and associated parking on 2.98 acres, developed with a single family residence; and 2) a Variance to allow a reduced rear yard setback. The site is located at 10866 Arlington Avenue, situated on the south side of Arlington Avenue, west of Mitchell Avenue and east of La Sierra Avenue, in the RR - Rural Residential Zone, in Ward 7. The Community and Economic Development Department recommends the Planning Commission determine that this project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to Section 15301 (Existing Facilities), as this project will not have a significant effect on the environment. Contact Planner: Judy Eg ez, Associate Planner, 951-826-3969, email@example.com
PLANNING CASE P18-0150 (REVISED CUP): Proposal by Brian Jaramillo, of Tilden-Coil Constructors, Inc., to consider a revision to a previously approved Conditional Use Permit (CU-059-012) to establish four 600-square-foot transitional supportive housing units to be operated in conjunction with an existing Assemblies of People Non-Entertainment use. The 36-acre project site is developed with an existing church campus (The Grove Community Church) and is located at 19900 Grove Community Drive, on the north side of Grove Community Drive east of Entrefina Way and west of Barton Street, in the R-1-8500-SP Single-Family Residential and Specific Plan (Orangecrest) Overlay Zones, in Ward 4. The Community and Economic Development Department recommends the Planning Commission determine that this project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to Section 15303 (New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures), as this project will not have a significant effect on the environment. Contact Planner: Matthew Taylor, Assistant Planner, 951-826-5944, firstname.lastname@example.org
PLANNING CASES P18-0104 (CUP), P18-0105 (DR), P18-0106 (VR), AND P18-0206 (VR): Proposal by Steve Smith of California Baptist University to consider the following entitlements: 1) Conditional Use Permit to permit the conversion of an existing 32-unit apartment complex (College Park Apartments) into a 116 bed student housing facility; 2) Design Review of project plans; and 3) Variances to allow a reduction in the number of required parking spaces, and reduction in width of 26 parking spaces. The project site is located at 8230 Magnolia Avenue, situated on the south side of Magnolia Avenue, between Adams Street and Crowell Avenue, in the R-3-1500-SP Multi-Family Residential and Specific Plan (Magnolia Avenue) Overlay Zones, in Ward 5. The Community and Economic Development Department recommends the Planning Commission determine that this project is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to Section 15301 (Existing Facilities), as this project will not have a significant effect on the environment. Contact Planner: Candice Assadzadeh, Senior Planner, (951) 826-5667, email@example.com