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Crossroads Consistency Rezone

Crossroads Consistency Rezone and Conditional Use Permit for Special Events

    Consistency Rezone
    The subject lot currently has a Zoning Designation of Limited Agriculture, 40-acres minimum lot area with oil drilling combining regulations (40-AL-O), pursuant to Ordinance 661. In order to be consistent with the Land Use and Development Code, the lot Zoning Designation is proposed to be rezoned to Agriculture II, 40-acres minimum gross lot area (AG-II-40) pursuant to the Land Use and Development Code in conjunction with the associated Conditional Use Permit application.

    Conditional Use Permit
    The Conditional Use Permit would allow a maximum of 32 annual one-day special events as follows: (1) Thirty events with a maximum of 250 guests, (2) Two large events with a maximum of 1,500 guests on weekend days. Examples of types of events would be weddings, luncheons, club or association dinners, and school fundraisers.

    • Events would be limited to a total of eight in any month.
    • Events would occur predominantly on weekend days, but may also be during weekdays.
    • Events would be limited to the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays, and 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
    • Tents and/or shade structures that may be erected for events would be removed after events.
    • Event food service would be catered. No permanent on-site commercial kitchen is proposed.


      Board of Supervisors approved rezone and denied CUP on November 3, 2009.



      Draft Negative Declaration

      Notice of Availability

      Draft Negative Declaration (Initial Study)

      Staff Report - Listing of Attachments

      A. Findings

      B. Draft Ordinance/Resolution

      C. Conditions of Approval with Departmental Condition Letters

      D. Proposed Final Negative Declaration

        D-1. Site Plans

        D-2. Floor Plans

        D-3. Elevations

        D-4. URBEMIS Results

        D-5. Public Comment Letter from the Santa Ynez Valley Alliance dated May 12, 2008

        D-6. Land Use Tables

        D-7. Road Segments and Intersections


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