Beltramo Ranch 

Description

A General Plan Amendment Pre-Screening application was initially submitted to change the land use designation of 7.4 acres of land at the southeast corner of Los Angeles Avenue and Beltramo Ranch Road from Park and Low Density Residential and High Density Residential to Very High Density Residential in November 2019.  The application was later revised to change the land use designation of Park and Low Density Residential to High Density Residential in February 2021. Although conceptual in nature, three conceptual site plans were presented to the City Council on March 17, 2021. The City Council accepted the filing of a General Plan Amendment to change the site's General Plan land use designation from Park and Low Density Residential to High Density Residential (7 dwelling units per acre), which would allow a maximum of 52 dwelling units on the 7.4 acre site. The applicant will need to prepare and submit a formal application for formal entitlements. 

For more information about this project or to be included in future meeting announcements, please contact Shanna Farley-Judkins, Principal Planner, at SFarley-Judkins@MoorparkCA.gov

Project Site

Aerial Map
Beltramo Ranch - Pre-Screening March 17, 2021 change to High Density Residential

Next Steps...

The applicant has the opportunity to prepare a formal application to request a General Plan Amendment and related entitlement permits necessary to develop the project site. Unlike the pre-screening process, a formal application will require detailed studies and site analysis be conducted which will guide the plans which are submitted to the City. Once an application is submitted, City staff and associated agencies will begin review of the request to consider detailed application of development and code standards. 

City Council March 17, 2021 

The City Council unanimously voted to adopt Resolution No. 2021-3997 to accept an application to change the project site's General Plan land use designations from Park and Low Density Residential to High Density Residential (7 du/acre), which would allow a maximum of 52 dwelling units on the 7.4 acre site.

City Council February 3, 2021

The City Council voted to adopt Resolution No. 2021-3988 to allow a revised General Plan Amendment request by Warmington Homes to return to the City Council on March 17, 2021, off-schedule from the cycle timelines prescribed in Resolution No. 2015-3466.

City Council January 6, 2021

The City Council voted to adopt Resolution No. 2021-3983 rejecting a General Plan Amendment application to change the project site's General Plan land use designation to Very High Density Residential (15du/acre), which would allow up to 111 units on the 7.4 acre site and to agendize a future item to allow the submittal of a revised application by the applicant outside of the standing pre-screening schedule.

CEDC Revised Submittal September 16, 2020

CEDC Original Submittal June 24, 2020