P-1 Zoning Program
Montalvin Manor Redevelopment Area
Planned-Unit Zoning Program
This is a County-initiated proposal to rezone
the area to a Planned-Unit (P-1) Zoning District and adopt a preliminary and
final development Plan for the Montalvin Manor Redevelopment Area in the unincorporated
Pinole/San Pablo area of West Contra Costa County. The proposal includes approximately
214 acres of land designated as R-6 (Single Family Residential), M-29 (Multiple
Family Residential), R-B (Retail Business), H-1 Zoning Districts (Heavy Industrial),
SH (Single Family Residential - High), M-9 (Mixed Use) and PS (Public/Semi-Public)
County General Plan designations. The Mobile Home Park (T-1) and Railroad Combining
(H-1-X) Districts are excluded from the rezoning program. The proposal also
includes implementing an Amnesty Program for specific residential building activity
that has taken place without obtaining the proper County permits.
The elements of the Planned-Unit District document are as follows:
- The Montalvin
Manor General Plan Map/Proposed Zoning Map serves as the Preliminary and
Final Development Plan for this P-1 District. It consists of land use designations
identified in the County General Plan , the existing zoning area boundary
and the proposed zoning area boundary.
- The Development Standards include the zoning standards, based on the General
Plan designations. Note: This document will be available soon.
- The draft Land
Use Matrix defines land uses, which are permitted, permitted with a land
use permit, or not permitted and any unique conditions that would apply.
- The draft Conditions
of Approval, which apply for future development within the rezoned area,
are included. (Project specific conditions of approval may be added to Land
Use Permit, Final Development Plan and subdivision applications.)
- The Planned Unit District proposal includes draft Design
Guidelines, which are intended to further define criteria such as landscaping,
signage, refuse screening, lighting and parking ratios.
- The Initial
Study indicates whether the project has any environmental impacts. Mitigation
measures are included for all potential environmental impacts.
- The Mitigation Monitoring Program organizes all the mitigation measures
that describe actions needed by the applicant, timing of implementation and
party responsible for compliance. Note: This document will be available soon.