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Scotts Valley Town Center Specific Plan EIR Section 4.8 Land Use

Table 4.8-1. Policy Consistency

CG-121

To provide for a public street and highway system capable of accommodating existing and projected needs of the planning area.

Potentially Inconsistent. The Town Center Specific Plan may result in significant and unavoidable impacts to the local circulation system, as discussed in Section 4.11, Transportation and Circulation.

CG-169

To establish, maintain and enhance the scenic beauty of those roads, streets and/or highways which are significant to the planning area, and to enhance the aesthetic and visual qualities of those portions of the planning area visible from major transportation corridors.

Potentially Consistent. Impacts related to scenic views are discussed in Section 4.1, Aesthetics.

CO-182

Improve the aesthetic qualities of Scotts Valley Drive and Mt. Hermon Road, without constructing the normal flow of traffic.

Potentially Consistent. Impacts related to visual resources are discussed in Section 4.1, Aesthetics.

CP-184

The City shall seek funding to improve and enhance the scenic beauty of Scotts Valley Drive and Mt. Hermon Road.

Potentially Consistent. Impacts related to visual resources are discussed in Section 4.1, Aesthetics.

CP-201

The City shall encourage new developments to provide for and promote transit use, where feasible.

Potentially Consistent. The Town Center Specific Plan would adhere to this policy.

Applicable Policy

Consistency Discussion

PSG-539

To provide a broad range of educational opportunities for residents of the planning area by ensuring that public school facilities remain adequate to accommodated the growth of the planning area, in an environment which addresses the safety of school children going to and returning from school, and assures compatibility between school facilities and other land uses.

Potentially Consistent. With payment of development fees, the Town Center Specific Plan would adhere to this policy.

PSG-557

To promote the adequate provision of services and an efficient system of public utilities.

Potentially Consistent. With payment of development fees, the Town Center Specific Plan would adhere to this policy.

SG-463

To protect human life and property and to minimize injury, economic damage, and social dislocation resulting from disasters such as fire, flooding, geologic, seismic and hazardous materials.

Potentially Consistent. The Town Center Specific Plan would not place future residents or businesses in an area prone to flooding or wildland fire hazards. Pertinent building codes would apply to future development. Impacts related to geologic hazards and hazardous materials are discussed in Sections 4.5 and 4.6, respectively.

SP-498

Development posing a significant environmental threat from the use of hazardous materials or chemical shall not be permitted by the City.

Potentially Consistent. Impacts related to hazardous materials are discussed in Section 4.6, Hazards and Hazardous Materials.

SA-501

The City shall pursue relocation of above ground propane tanks to areas of lower population density and activity.

Potentially Consistent. As discussed in the project description, the existing propane facilities are being relocated to the industrial area of the City prior to project development.

CIRCULATION

SAFETY

Potentially Consistent. The Town Center Specific Plan proposes mixed-use development, which places future residents in close proximity to places of employment.

HOUSING

Goal #1

It is the goal of the City of Scotts Valley to promote a balanced mix of housing types, prices, and opportunities by increasing the number of housing units to accommodate population and employment growth.

City of Scotts Valley

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