|Project Title:||OASIS Meeting Center (Orcutt Key Site 18)|
14GPA-00000-00020, 16CUP-00000-00006, 18GOV-00000-00005
|Project Location:||Orcutt Community Plan Area (APNs 105-020-063, -064)|
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The 30-day Scoping Period for the preparation of a Draft EIR ended on November 15, 2018.
A Scoping Meeting to discuss environmental review, potential mitigation, and potential alternatives was held on October 25, 2018.
OASIS proposes to relocate their existing operations from current rented space on Soares Avenue in Old Town Orcutt to a proposed facility at Orcutt Community Plan (OCP) Key Site 18. The project involves amendments to the OCP and various land use entitlements. The proposed project location is just north of Clark Avenue, west of Foxenwood Lane, and south of Orcutt Creek. Access would be provided via a driveway on Foxenwood Lane, just north of Clark Avenue. The 5.28-acre OASIS property (APNs 105-020-063, -064, together one legal parcel) is currently undeveloped open spaced zoned Recreation with a Comprehensive Plan designation of Open Space and an Existing Public or Private Park/Recreation and/or Open Space Overlay. The property also includes a segment of the proposed Orcutt Creek Class I Bike Path and Trail designated on the County's Parks Recreation and Trail (PRT) Map.
The OASIS property is part of the original open space for the Southpoint Estates residential subdivision and rezone approved in 1979, Tract Map TM 12,679/Rezone Ordinance No. 3106 (79-EIR-1). The last three of five recorded units of the Southpoint Estates project were processed under a subsequent tentative map, TM 13,345 (82-EIR-18). Most of the area now referred to as OCP Key Site 18 was designated for open space and non-commercial recreational use as part of the Southpoint Estates project approvals. More information regarding the property permit history is publicly available on County microfiche and in the current project file.
Biological Resource Reports
- Stantec Biological Constraints Analysis Jan 2016, submitted by Applicant
- Storrer Environmental Services Biological Assessment Nov 2016, prepared per contract with SB County