|Specific Plan of Land Use|
The land use concept [Riverside County Specific Plan No. 310] creates a community with a historic California theme comprised of up to 4,186 residential units located within three distinct villages focused around a championship 18-hole golf course carefully integrated into natural habitat / open space and uniquely themed, pedestrian-oriented mixed-use core areas. The land uses proposed for the Domenigoni-Barton Properties Specific Plan include 42 commercial acres, 172 commercial recreation acres, 351 open space / golf / greenbelt acres, 3 elementary schools, 55 acres of parks, and 4,186 homes.
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The residential component of the plan is envisioned to provide a mixture of lot sizes and housing types to respond to a broad segment of the market. Three different residential density classifications on 868 acres are described as follows:
Fairway Lots / Medium-High Density Residential will consist of approximately 292 acres with a density range of 5-8 units per acre
Village Lots / Low Density Residential will consist of approximately 346 acres with a density range of 2-5 units per acre.
Estate Lots / Low Density Residential will consist of approximately 130 acres with a density range of 0.4-2 units per acre.
Additional residential uses at a higher density (8-14 units per acre) is provided within the Mixed-Use planning areas. All residential development will be of high quality character.
Conceived of as a vibrant focal point for the community, the northern mixed use area, dubbed the "Township District" carefully integrates retail and support commercial uses, community oriented uses, office, commercial recreation, cultural, and residential uses in a true town center accessible to a majority of the residents via a recreational paseo system, part of the 463 acres devoted to open space, public park, golf course, and other public and community uses.
The mixed use and commercial recreation areas are concentrated in proximity to Highway 79 and Scott Road to maximize visibility and access, while concurrently complementing proposed uses within the Metropolitan Water District Diamond Valley West Recreation Area. A general commercial area is planned at the intersection of Highway 79 and Scott Road.
The Domenigoni Valley Master Plan envisions state-of-the-art information technology. For more information on this topic, please see the Smart Community article.