The Greenspot Property, was originally acquired as a site for excavation of impervious soil and development of haul roads needed for construction of the Seven Oaks Dam as part of the Santa Ana River Project.
The property is no longer needed for the Seven Oaks Dam Project, and the Orange County Flood Control District (District) has the lead responsibility to dispose of the property.
In support of exploring options for disposition of the property, OC Public Works Corporate Real Estate, on behalf of the District, engaged and received a Due Diligence Report and completed a Development Feasibility Analysis.
Size: 1,658 acres
Location: City of Highland
Year Acquired: 1997
Property Owners: Orange County Flood Control District, San Bernardino County Flood Control District, and Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
Zoning Designation: Planned Development
The results of the Development Feasibility Analysis indicate that the Property will support a significant residential development.
The District has now engaged the services of Lewis Planned Communities to obtain the entitlements for a master planned community anticipated to include without limitation, a Master Plan, Specific Plan, General Plan Amendment, Environmental Impact Report, Conveyance Map and Development Agreement.
It is estimated that the initial entitlement process will take approximately 36 months to complete.
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