The Danville Town Council is set to consider a request to rezone two adjacent properties on Westridge Avenue on Tuesday, a move that would allow housing to be built on the parcels currently zoned for agricultural use.
Councilmembers will review an application from the property owner to rezone the parcels at 1065 and 1069 Westridge Ave. and modify the development standards in the town General Plan to allow for single-family residential developments on those two parcels, while maintaining existing zoning and development standards for the surrounding area.
The move would make the standards for the two parcels consistent with the surrounding area, which allows for residential development under a single-family residential designation in the current General Plan.
Under the town's planned unit development district ordinance, development standards are allowed to be modified for specific sites in order to make them consistent with the zoning and standards for surrounding properties.
The Danville Planning Commission approved the application and recommended it for review by the Town Council at its April 25 meeting.
Staff are recommending that the council introduce an ordinance approving the request to rezone the parcels and bring the item back for a second reading at the June 6 meeting.
The Danville Town Council is set to meet on Tuesday (May 16) at 5 p.m. The agenda is available here.
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