Project Environmental Documents
Merwin Properties Project
The Proposed Project consists of a General Plan Amendment (PEN23-0153) to amend the Land Use Designation from “R2 Residential” to “Business Park/Light Industrial” and “R5 Residential,” “R10 Residential,” and “Hillside Residential” to “R20 Residential” and “Parks/Open Space”, a Change of Zone (PEN23-0154) to amend the Zoning Designation from “Residential Agriculture 2 District (RA2)” to “Light Industrial (LI)” and “Residential 5 District (R5),” “Residential 10 District (R10),” and “Hillside Residential District” to “Residential 20 District (R20)” and “Open Space District (OS)”, a Tentative Parcel Map (PEN23-0156) for the creation of two parcels for the logistics component and a future multi-family residential component, and a Plot Plan (PEN23-0152) for the development of an approximately 991,047 SF logistics building including 9,932 SF of office space on approximately 60 acres of the Project site. The logistics building site would include 181 truck trailer stalls at the northern and southern portions of the building, a total of 150 dock-high door positions, and approximately 321 auto stalls (parking) on the west side of the building.
Goya at Heritage Park
A General Plan Amendment (PEN23-0072) to change the Land Use Designation from Residential 5 to Residential 10, Change of Zone (PEN23-0071) to change the Zoning District Classification from Residential 5 (R5) District to Residential Single-Family 10 (RS10) District, and Tentative Tract Map 38702 (PEN23-0069) and Conditional Use Permit (PEN23-0070) to subdivide the 13.73 acre site for a Planned Unit Development comprised of 131 detached single-family residences.
Goya at Heritage Park
South of Iris Project
A General Plan Amendment (PEN22-0159) to change the Land Use Designation from Residential 5 to Residential 10, Change of Zone (PEN22-0158) to change the Zoning District Classification from Residential 5 (R5) District to Residential Single-Family 10 (RS10) District, and Tentative Tract Map 38458 (PEN22-0156) and Conditional Use Permit (PEN22-0157) to subdivide the 9.42 acre site for a Planned Unit Development comprised of 78 detached single-family residences.
South of Iris Project
The Village at Moreno Valley
The Proposed Project consists of 1) a Tentative Parcel Map (PEN20-0045), 2) a Master Plot Plan (PEN21-0074), 3) a Plot Plan (PEN20-0047), and 4) four Conditional Use Permits (PEN20-0049, PEN20-0050, PEN20-0051, and PEN20-0053) for the development of a commercial center eight (8) buildings, to be utilized with a combination of retail, restaurant, fueling station, car wash, and three drive thru restaurant uses, located on the northwest corner of Nason Street and Fir Avenue, on approximately 9.3 acres in the Community Commercial District (CC).
The Village at Moreno Valley
Beyond Food Mart
The proposed project involves the construction and operation of an eight (8) island fueling station, six (6) vehicle charging stations, a 7,460 square foot convenience store, and a 1,790 square foot drive-thru carwash on a site containing approximately 1.31 acres. The proposed project is located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Iris Avenue and Oliver Street (APN: 486-310-038) within the Downtown Center (DC) zone. The application includes a Master Plot Plan (PEN22-0238) and Conditional Use Permit (PEN22-0176).
Aquabella Specific Plan Amendment
Project entitlements will include a General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan Amendment, Tentative Tract Map, and Development Agreement. The Project would continue to implement a mixed-use residential community on the Project site with commercial uses, a lake complex and lake promenade, and other amenities, while modifying residential uses to better help the City meet local and regional housing goals. The Aquabella Specific Plan Amendment would provide a comprehensive update to land use and other plans, site development standards, design guidelines, and implementation measures necessary to implement the new vision for the Aquabella mixed-use planned community.
The proposed Project would amend SP 218 to guide the development of the remaining undeveloped portions of the Specific Plan area with multi-family and workforce housing options, while providing a town center for recreation, shopping, and entertainment. The proposed Project also includes the potential development of a school site on a parcel designated Residential 5 (R5) on the Project site's eastern boundary.
The 770.5-acre Project would include phased development of 15,000 residential units and workforce housing options for all ages and income levels; a 49,900 square foot (sf) mixed-use commercial and retail town center; 80 acres of parks (comprised of a 40-acre lake, a 15-acre lake promenade, and an additional 25 acres of parks); and 40 acres of schools, with up to three elementary school sites and one middle school site. Updated public services and facilities; infrastructure improvements; and other amenities would also be included.
Sunset Crossing Project
Sunset Crossing is a proposed development of a 108-unit single-family residential homes on approximately 19.1 gross acres.
First Industrial Warehouse at Day Street Project
The First Industrial Warehouse at Day Street Project involves the demolition of an approximately 63,000 SF building and the construction and operation of an approximately 164,968 SF industrial, non-refrigerated warehouse distribution facility, which includes 3,500 SF of office space and 3,500 SF of mezzanine office space on the approximate 8.62-acre (gross) site (8.01 net acres); and associated parking lot with on-site and off-site improvements.
First Industrial Warehouse at Day Street
Bay and Day Project
The Proposed Project consists of a Change of Zone to amend the Zoning Map, changing the zoning designation for the Project Site from “Business Park” to “Light Industrial, a Tentative Parcel Map to consolidate existing Assessor Parcel Numbers (APNs) 263-230-001, -003, -004, -025 into a single parcel with an approximate area of 9.6 net acres, and a Plot Plan Review to develop the Project Site with a 193,745 square foot industrial building (inclusive of ground floor and mezzanine office space), a truck court with loading docks, passenger vehicle parking areas, and necessary site improvements (i.e., landscaping, walls/fences, lighting, signage, and utility infrastructure improvements/connections).
Bay & Day Project
Valley Gardens Apartments
The Proposed Project consists of a Tentative Parcel Map (TPM 38599) to subdivide an 8.99 acres parcel into two parcels and a Plot Plan to construct a 64-unit apartment complex that will consist of eight buildings providing 32 two-bedroom apartments and 32 three-bedroom apartments.
Valley Gardens Apartments
- Appendix A: Project Plans
- Appendix B: Air Quality Analysis
- Appendix C: Biological Resources Evaluation
- Appendix D: Cultural Resources Assessment
- Appendix E-1: Paleontological Report
- Appendix E-2: Geological Report
- Appendix E-3: Geotech Engineering Investigation
- Appendix F: Environmental Site Assessment
- Appendix G-1: Preliminary Water Quality Management Plan
- Appendix G-2: Preliminary Hydology Report
The proposed Project would construct 55 single-family residential units on the 18.36-acre site, resulting in a density of 3 dwelling units per acre. This project's density meets the maximum standard set for by the City of Moreno Valley under R3 Residential land use designation. The proposed Project also includes landscaping, a 0.58-acre Community Park and a 0.37-acre Neighborhood Park, internal private streets, a water quality basin, and infrastructure improvements.
Cottonwood Collection Documents
- Air Quality Energy, and Greenhouse Gas Impact Analysis
- MSHCP Habitat Assessment Report
- Focused Burrowing Owl Survey Report
- Aquatic Resources Delineation Report
- Cultural Resources Assessment
- Soil Investigation & Liquifaction Evaluation
- Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
- Preliminary Hydrology Report
Moreno Valley Business Park Building 5 Project
The project includes the construction of a 212,313 sq. ft. industrial tilt-up building at the southeast corner of Ironwood Avenue at Heacock Street.
Moreno Valley Business Park
Building 5 Project
Belago Park Project
The Project proposes to subdivide the 32.34 gross acres into two TTMs and develop the site with 310 single-family residential units within four Planning Areas. The Project proposes associated improvements such as landscaping, parking, open space, private roadways, and utility and stormwater improvements.
Cactus Avenue and Nason Street Commercial Office and Retail Development Project
The Cactus Avenue and Nason Street Commercial Office and Retail Development Project would construct a 89,805 sq ft. commercial/retail development on an approximately 8.4 acre unimproved vacant lot. Construction of the Proposed Project is anticipated to occur in three phases and take approximately 18 months. Construction staging areas would be located within the Project Site.
The Proposed Project includes the construction of seven buildings:
- three mixed use medical/office buildings commercial/office buildings
- two drive-thru food service buildings, one retail/restaurant building
- one convenience store building with fuel service.
Each building will include parking.
Cactus and Nason Project
Northwest Commerce Center
The Proposed 8-acre commercial project includes the following: an 8-pump gas station with a convenience store, an express car wash, and quick service restaurant space with drive-through, two fast food restaurants with drive-throughs, sit down restaurant with patio, bank building with drive-through, two office buildings, and two retail buildings, along with associated parking and landscape improvements.
This project requires five (5) Plot Plans, three (3) Conditional Use Permits, and Tentative Tract Map No. 38621 (all under Master Plot Plan PEN21-0273).
Northwest Commerce Center
- Appendix A: Air Quality Report
- Appendix B1: MSHCP Analysis
- Appendix B2: Burrowing Owl Study
- Appendix C: Cultural Survey
- Appendix D: Energy Memorandum
- Appendix E: Preliminary Geotech Report
- Appendix F: Paleontological Assessment
- Appendix G: Greenhouse Gas Analysis
- Appendix H: Phase 1 Environmental Report
Flamingo Bay Apartments
The Flamingo Bay Apartments Project (project) would develop a 96-unit apartment complex that would consist of four separate buildings, providing a total of 48 one-bedroom apartments and 48 two-bedroom apartments.
The project would also provide a 2,588-square-foot clubhouse with an outdoor pool. The project would provide a total of 171 parking spaces and 18 electrical vehicle parking spaces wired for future installation of charging equipment.
Flamingo Bay Apartments
The Project involves the construction of 108 detached townhouse condominium units on 16.59 acres of a 32.56-acre Project Site. The 108 units would be organized using a 4-inot to 10-unit “clusters” on a total of 13 development pads. These clustered units would be arranged with garages facing a common driveway to enhance the aesthetic views of the project from the street and perimeter. Each unit would have an attached two-car garage, and units would range from 1,400 to 1,602 square feet of interior floor area.
The remaining 15.97 acres of the Project Site would be rezoned to Open Space (OS) and dedicated as conservation land.
Cottonwood & Edgemont
The Cottonwood & Edgemont Project comprises a proposal for a Master Plot Plan (PEN21-0325), Plot Plan (PEN21-0326), and Tentative Parcel Map No. 38325 (PEN21-0327) to allow for the development of two (2) light industrial buildings with a total combined building floor area of 99,630 square feet (s.f.) on an approximately 7.94-gross-acre property (6.88 net acres).
The Project would include cargo loading areas at each building (within an enclosed truck court with loading docks on the eastern sides of the proposed buildings), parking areas, landscaping, signage, and lighting.
Cottonwood & Edgemont Review Documents
Sunnymead S6 Hotel
This project would construct one four-story, 45,977 sf building in an L-shape layout to house hotel units. The building would be surrounded by surface parking and a landscaped entryway fronting the street. There would be 94 parking spaces provided. Site amenities include an outdoor community deck.
The proposed development would install new infrastructure and connect to the existing infrastructure located along Sunnymead Blvd.
Sunnymead S6 Hotel Review Documents
Moreno Valley Mall Redevelopment
The Project proposes revitalization and redevelopment of a portion of the existing Moreno Valley Mall (excluding the existing JC Penny and Macy's parcels).
Key features of the concept plan include:
- Remodeling the overall mall site and mall interior
- Adding four multi-family residential communities totaling 1,627OU
- Adding two new hotels operating within a single hotel building
- Adding a new three-story office building of approximately 60,000SF
- Repurposing the existing food court into a pavilion style food market
- Repurposing the existing Sears building to allow for multi-tenant retail and related uses
- Redesigning the existing Theater area to include outdoor patio dining
- Adding a new parking structure
- Adding a central plaza and park integrated into the southeastern multi-family communities
- Relocating the existing transit stops
- Providing related infrastructure improvements including offsite traffic improvements
Moreno Valley Mall Redevelopment Review Documents
Crystal Cove Apartments
The Project is for the construction of a 192-unit apartment complex that would consist of eight separate buildings providing a total of 84 one-bedroom apartments and 108 two-bedroom apartments. The total floor area of all the units within the eight apartment buildings would equal 173,820 square feet.
The project would also provide a recreation center building with an outdoor pool and a 14,000 square foot community dog park. The project would provide a total of 359 parking spaces consisting of 208 covered parking spaces and 151 uncovered parking spaces, including 11 Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant parking spaces and 36 electrical vehicle parking spaces wired for future installation of charging equipment.
Crystal Cove ApartmentsReview Documents
The Project is for the construction of 67 single-family residential units at a density of 7.63 dwelling units per net acre. The residential lot sizes would be approximately 3,600 SF and would include backyard space, side yards, private driveways, and attached garages.
Discovery Residential Review Documents
Perris at Pentecostal
The proposed Project is a gated 426-unit apartment complex on 18.05 acres of land. The Project includes construction and dedication of 1.845 acres for public open space/recreation, extension of utilities to the Project Site, and development of two and three-story apartment buildings.
Perris at Pentecostal Review Documents
Heacock Logistics Parking Lot
The proposed project entails construction of a parking lot that will be used for automobile parking on 9.14 acres located at the northeast corner of Heacock Street and the Perris Valley Storm Drain in the City of Moreno Valley.
Heacock Logistics Parking Lot Review Documents
Moreno Valley Business Center
The Project consists of a proposal for a Plot Plan (PEN20-0162) that provides for the development of one 164,187 square foot light industrial building. The proposed Project design includes:
- a loading area
- auto parking areas
- off-site improvements
The Project also includes the construction of an off-site public storm drain segment and an upgraded water pump for the Box Springs Municipal Water Company
Moreno Valley Business Center Review Documents
- Appendix A: Air Quality
- Appendix A2: Mobile Source Health Risk Assessment
- Appendix A3: Supplemental Air Quality Impact Analysis
- Appendix A4: Construction Healht Risk Assessment
- Appendix B: Biological Resources Assessment
- Appendix C: Cultural Resource Survey
- Appendix D: Geotechnical Evaluation
- Appendix E: Energy Analysis
- Appendix F: Greenhouse Gas Analysis
- Appendix G: Site Assessment
- Appendix H: Paleontological Assessment
Town Center at Moreno Valley
The Project includes a proposed Specific Plan and TTM to allow for the development of residential, commercial, civic, and park uses. Access to the Project site would be provided from Cottonwood Avenue, Nason Street, Bay Avenue, and Alessandro Boulevard. In summary, it is anticipated that future development of the Project site pursuant to the proposed Specific Plan would include the following uses:
- Up to 800 homes on approximately 34.8 residential acres
- Neighborhood Commercial Center encompassing approximately 16.5-acres in the southeast portion of the Project site, which will include a minimum of 150,000 square feet [sf] and no more than 220,000 sf of non-residential uses (e.g., office, civic, hotel, retail, restaurant, etc.)
- Future Civic Building Site encompassing 40,000 sf in the Neighborhood Commercial Center area, which will ultimately accommodate an approximately 30,000 sf civic-related building (included in the Neighborhood Commercial Center overall building area of up to 220,000 sf)
- Public Parks consisting of an approximately 1.3-acre linear park and a 3.5-acre park located west and north of proposed commercial area, respectively
The Project is consistent with land use and growth assumptions for the Project site included in the adopted City of Moreno Valley General Plan 2040 (General Plan), which was adopted in June 2021. The Project site has a land use designation of Downtown Center and is zoned Downtown Center (DC) District.
Construction for the Project is expected to be initiated in 2023 and be completed in 2025.
Town Center at Moreno Valley Review Documents
Heacock Commerce Center
The project is located at the southeast corner of Heacock Street and Gentian Avenue.
This project includes:
- Applications for a General Plan Amendment
- Change of Zone
- Specific Plan Amendment
- Two Plot Plan applications for two high cube industrial buildings totaling 873,967 square feet.
The applicant proposes land use changes that include:
- GPA from R5 to Business Park for approximately 43 acres; and
- Zone Change from R5 to Light Industrial for approximately 43 acres.
The specific plan amendment proposes to remove the parcels on the north side of Revere Place and assign a City General Plan and Zoning designation to those parcels.
Heacock Commerce Center Review Documents
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