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Antelope Valley Area Plan Update. Zoning Consistency Presentation. March 2012. Process Update. 1) Purpose of Presentation 2) Background 3) Land Use Policy 4) Zoning 5) Land Use Policy and Zoning 6) New Zones. Antelope Valley Area Plan Update. Purpose of Presentation.

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slide2

Process Update

  • 1) Purpose of Presentation
  • 2) Background
  • 3) Land Use Policy
  • 4) Zoning
  • 5) Land Use Policy and Zoning
  • 6) New Zones
slide4

Purpose of Presentation

  • What is zoning?
  • What is the difference between zoning and land use policy? Their relationship?
  • What zones are going to be used, both new and old?
  • Why is zoning on some properties are being changed?
  • How are the zones applied and matched to the land use policy?
slide6

Background

  • Update of the 1986 Antelope Valley Area Plan
  • Population changes need to be accommodated
  • Account for environmental changes
  • Comply with State mandates
slide7

Background

  • Since project commencement in 2007:
    • 23 community meetings
    • Additional stakeholder meetings
    • March 2011: Release of Preliminary Draft Antelope Valley Area Plan
    • August 2011: Notice of Preparation
    • September 2011: EIR Scoping Meeting
slide9

Land Use Policy

  • Rural Preservation Strategy
    • Maintain rural lifestyle
    • Environment and biology protection
    • Open space preservation
    • Continued agricultural uses
    • Conservation of non-renewable resources
    • Increased mobility options
slide15

Land Use Policy

  • How the Land Use Policy was applied
    • Workshop participants helped to define general areas
    • Land use designations within existing communities include “higher” densities, ranging from RL5 on the low end to H30 on the high end
    • Less developed areas are based on the Hazards and Environmental Constraints Map where the lowest densities are applied, ranging from RL40 on the low end to RL10 on the high end
slide16

Land Use Policy

  • How the Land Use Policy was applied
    • Hazards and Environmental Constraints Map

Class I = 1du/10ac

Class II = 1du/20ac

Class III = 1du/40ac

slide17

Land Use Policy

  • How the Land Use Policy was applied
slide18

Land Use Policy and Zoning

  • Connection between Land Use Policy and Zoning
    • Land Use Policy provides the overall framework and general direction for development of a parcel
    • Zoning implements Land Use Policy by detailing the specific development standards for individual parcels
    • Zoning has to be consistent with the Land Use Policy
slide20

Zoning

  • Determines the permitted uses on a parcel
  • Spells out specific development standards regulating the use of individual parcels (i.e. setbacks, max heights, min lot sizes etc.)
  • Has the force of law; provisions are enforced by the County
  • Ensures that the exercise of an individual owner’s property rights does not encroach upon the rights of another property owner
slide21

Zoning - Current

  • R-1: Single-family Residence Zone
  • R-2: Two-family Residence Zone
  • R-3: Limited Multiple Residence Zone
  • R-A: Residential Agricultural Zone
  • A-1: Light Agriculture Zone
  • A-2: Heavy Agriculture Zone
  • C-1: Restricted Business Zone
  • C-2: Neighborhood Business Zone
  • C-3: Unlimited Commercial Zone
  • M-1: Light Manufacturing Zone
  • M-2: Heavy Manufacturing Zone
  • D-2: Desert-Mountain Zone
  • R-R: Resort-Recreation Zone

*This is not an inclusive listing of all zones.

slide22

Zoning - New

  • R-1: Single-family Residence Zone
  • R-2: Two-family Residence Zone
  • R-3: Limited Multiple Residence Zone
  • R-A: Residential Agricultural Zone
  • A-1: Light Agriculture
  • A-2: Heavy Agriculture
  • C-RU: Rural Commercial
  • MXD –RU: Rural Mixed Use
  • M-1: Light Manufacturing Zone
  • M-2: Heavy Manufacturing Zone
  • C-R: Commercial Recreation Zone
  • (no C-1, C-2, C-3, D-2 and R-R zones in the AV)

*This is not an inclusive listing of all zones.

slide24

Land Use Policy and Zoning

Commercial & Industrial

slide27

Possible Uses

Agricultural and Residential

slide28

Land Use Policy and Zoning

Density vs Minimum Lot Size

  • Density (Land Use Policy)
    • Determines the number of dwelling units allowed in a given parcel (i.e. RL10 allows 2 units in 20 ac, 4 units in 40 ac, 6 units in 60 ac etc.)
    • determines the number of parcels a property can be subdivided into
  • Minimum Lot Size (Zoning)
    • determines the smallest size any one of the resulting parcels can be (i.e. A-2-10,000 = 10,000 sq ft; A-2-2 = 2 acres)
slide29

Land Use Policy and Zoning

Density vs Minimum Lot Size

Sample Scenario: 40 ac lot, RL10, A-2-2

* RL10 will allow 4 units in 40 acres

* A-2-2 will allow newly subdivided lots as small as 2 acres

10 ac

10 ac

34 ac

2 ac

2 ac

2 ac

10 ac

10 ac

slide30

Land Use Policy and Zoning

Density vs Minimum Lot Size

slide32

Rural Zones

Rural Commercial (C-RU)

  • Most Town Centers and other Commercial areas
  • Parking provisions for large vehicles such as dually trucks and utility vehicles
  • In Special Parking Districts: parking provisions for RVs, vehicle with trailers and semi-trucks.
  • Additional requirements for parcels adjacent to Residential and Agricultural zones
slide33

Possible Uses in C-RU

  • Permitted Uses
    • Restaurants
    • Stores (including auto and RV Sales)
    • Professional Offices
    • Automobile battery service/brake repair/muffler shops
  • Uses requiring a CUP
    • Automobile body/fender repair, painting and upholstering
slide34

Rural Zones

Rural Mixed Use (MXD-RU)

  • Town Centers of Littlerock, Quartz Hill and Lake Los Angeles
  • Same parking provisions and development standards as C-RU
  • Allows Mixed Use Development (Residential and Commercial uses on the same parcel)
    • Apartments (up to 5 units)
    • Duplexes
    • Townhouses
slide35

Mixed Use Development in MXD-RU

Vertical Horizontal

Commercial

Residential

Residential

Commercial

slide36

Possible Uses in MXD-RU

  • Permitted Uses
    • Restaurants
    • Stores
    • Professional Offices
    • Auto sales (No RV Sales)
  • Uses requiring a CUP
    • Automobile battery service/brake repair/muffler shops (No body/fender repair, painting, upholstery)
slide37

Prohibited Uses in a Mixed Use Development

  • Prohibited in Mixed Use Development
    • Automobile repair
    • Utility buildings
    • Hospitals
    • Meat markets
    • Menageries/Zoos
    • Mortuaries
    • Veterinary clinics
slide38

Optional Rural Parking

C-RU and MXD-RU

Standard

Large Vehicles

RV/Trailer

(in certain areas)

* Images taken from: www.netcarshow.com, www.hybridcars.com, www.rvstoredirect.com, www.happytrailstrailers.com

slide39

Optional Rural Parking Provisions – Semi-trucks

  • Only in certain areas
  • Subject to restrictions

* Source: www.featurepics.com

slide44

Sample GIS-NET Maps

Land Use Policy

RL10

RL10

RL1

H2

CR-MU

RL10

RL20

RL5

H2

for more information

For More Information

Visit the TOWN & COUNTRY website:

http://planning.lacounty.gov/tnc

for more information1

For More Information

Land Use Policy and Zoning Map:

http://planning.lacounty.gov/gisnet

for more information2

For More Information

Call us: (213) 974-6476

E-mail us: [email protected]

Write us: Department of Regional Planning

Community Studies North

320 W Temple Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

http://planning.lacounty.gov/tnc

for more information3

For More Information

Special Office Hours: 9:00am-12:00pm & 1:00-3:00pm

at County Field - Monday, April 9

Office in Lancaster - Tuesday, April 17

(335A E Ave K-6) - Monday, April 23

- Thursday, May 3

- Thursday, May 10

- Wednesday, May 16

- Thursday, May 31

Appointments recommended. Otherwise, first come first served.

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