Continued - Moved to January 11, 2022

Redlands 360 - RESCHEDULED TO JANUARY 11, 2022

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Development Application ( 0.22 MB )
Staff Report ( 21.07 MB )
Maps and Locations ( 19.46 MB )
Draft Ordinance ( 0.08 MB )
Decision Making Criteria
Per Section 21.01.140 of the Zoning and Development Code, the Planning Commission and City Council shall base their decisions in consideration of the extent to which the applicant demonstrates the following criteria have been met:
(1)    Subsequent events have invalidated the original premises and findings; and/or
(2)    The character and/or condition of the area has changed such that the amendment is consistent with the Plan; and/or
(3)    Public and community facilities are adequate to serve the type and scope of land use proposed; and/or
(4)    An inadequate supply of suitably designated land is available in the community, as defined by the presiding body, to accommodate the proposed land use; and/or
(5)    The community or area, as defined by the presiding body, will derive benefits from the proposed amendment.

Comments & Feedback

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Online comments closed at 5:30 PM MST 12/13/21.
We are residents of Easter Hill Subdivision, and strongly protest using the existing Easter Hill Dr. roadway for access to this proposed development. It will permanently alter the quiet and peaceful atmosphere that residents now know and expect. I noticed that the area next to Easter Hill is the first to be developed, meaning the noisy construction traffic will be starting in 2022 and continue for the rest of the development. I wouldn't be surprised if the other more expensive road access points are conveniently forgotten. I also agree in keeping the high density areas away from the existing residents.
December 11, 2021, 3:09 PM
Michael Byers
6 / 10 Planning Commissioners have viewed this comment
We are residents of the Easter Hill Subdivision, and our home faces Easter Hill Drive, directly across the street from the proposed development (North development area). Our main concern is how this development along Easter Hill Drive, with the new road access slated to be at the top of Easter Hill Drive (you pass our home to get to it) is going to affect traffic along Easter Hill Drive, and will this additional traffic mean that eventually our road will need to be widened? Can you give us any reassurances that there is not going to be any road widening efforts in the future that will encroach upon the current easements of the existing road, which would bring a wider road, and more traffic closer to our homes and our fence lines? Our second question is the actual building locations for the R4 & R5.5 North development area, along Easter Hill Drive - will these be built atop the bluff (impacting our views) where the proposed trail will be (it is currently a rough trail anyway)? Will the new residences be to the left or the right of the proposed trail? And with this zoning does this mean it will be duplexes, fourplexes etc? Not SFRs?
December 10, 2021, 1:36 PM
Kat Rhein
6 / 10 Planning Commissioners have viewed this comment
I attended the meeting last year. In that meeting it indicated that there was going to be "High Density" apartments going in on Parcel 2. I strongly object to that. This neighborhood is a quiet neighborhood with single family homes. High density apartments will ruin this area. I have no objection to single family homes being built. They have already had to re align the boundaries for the schools because of overcrowding. The streets are not adaquate for increased traffic. If you insist on having high density housing, you need to put it RIGHT SMACK IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DEVELOPMENT. Oh wait, you don't want to do that because it would ruin your beautiful new development! It would be unwanted by the new residence of this development. But you are willing to ruin the established resident's peaceful lifestyle. Please keep this development to single family homes. Every two or three years we get a hard rain and there is flooding in this corner. If you go look at the culvert that goes under South Broadway at the corner of South Broadway and 23 road, you will see that it is plugged from the storm debris we got this spring. Nobody bothered to clean it out. This happens frequently. There is zero police presence in this area because it is a low crime area. Most of these houses are occupied by owners, not renters. Please do not ruin our peaceful neighborhood. I know it is all about the all mighty dollar, but peace of mind needs to be considered.
December 10, 2021, 1:19 PM
Brenda Waters
6 / 10 Planning Commissioners have viewed this comment
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