Specific Plans

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Specific plans are established to implement and regulate land use and development within a specific project boundary. In most instances specific plans supersede the original zoning of the land unless otherwise specified. Specific plans are created to achieve the following purposes:

  • Comprehensively master plan a project area.
  • Minimize the intrusion of new development in environmentally sensitive areas.
  • Ensure the timely provision of essential public services and facilities consistent with the demand for such services.
  • Promote a harmonious variety of housing choices and commercial and industrial land uses, to attain a desirable balance of residential and employment opportunities, a high level of urban amenities, and to preserve natural and scenic open qualities of open space.
  • Facilitate quality development within the city by permitting greater flexibility and encouraging more creative and aesthetically pleasing designs for major urban development projects subject to large-scale community planning.

Specific plans are adopted by the City Council. Once adopted, all subdivisions, land use, precise plans, granting permits, local public works projects must be consistent with the adopted specific plan. Specific plans contain their own procedures and requirements by which the plans are regulatory documents adopted by ordinance; therefore, all development standards contained therein are enforceable by law in accordance with section 17.108.130 of the Corona Municipal Code.

The following specific plans are available in a PDF Format:

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