Table H6-10: Vacant Sites to Rezone with Mixed Use Overlay Site

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Another commercial center, the Williams Center, includes a grocery store, pharmacy, fitness center, restaurants, services, and additional retail. This property is located across Rolling Hills Road from a vacant R-4 zoned lot that allows up to 20 units per acre. Within the Williams Center complex, one vacant parcel is located at the Creston Road/Rolling Hills intersection; the other is located to the rear of the shopping center near existing residential. The City has not received development interest for this site but has identified it for the potential to support additional housing. These two vacant parcels are identified as potential future locations to apply the Mixed Use Overlay.

6.3 Site Infrastructure and Services

The City has sufficient water and sewer capacity to serve a build-out population of 44,000, which is accommodated by the existing Land Use Element (as adopted in 2003 and amended through 2020). Full urban-level services are available to each site in the inventory. Such services are more than adequate for the potential unit yield on each site. Specifically, water and sewer service are available or are programmed to be made available for all the sites included in the inventory.

Water and Sewer Infrastructure

Water services are provided by the City of Paso Robles. Following the adoption of the 2003 General Plan Update, the City updated its Water and Sewer Master Plans. As noted in the 2010 Urban Water

Management Plan, with the City’s decision to participate in the (Lake) Nacimiento Water Project (which began in 1992), it will have adequate capacity to serve all properties within its current boundaries at densities/intensities consistent with current land use designations. Water and sewer service will need to be extended into the specific plan areas (including Olsen South Chandler Ranch and Beechwood) as properties in those areas are subdivided following adoption of the specific plans. New development will be required to fund its fair share of water and sewer infrastructure as part of development impact fees or community facilities districts, as applicable. For capacity in specific plan areas, adopted specific plans address infrastructure provision.

As indicated in the 2015 Urban Water Management Plan, the City anticipates an increase in population of 5,400 persons by 2030. The City has planned for this increase in demand and has identified supply sources to meet the demand. In addition to expanded supply from river wells, the City is actively pursuing the use of recycled water to further offset potable water usage. As mandated by SB 1087 (statutes of 2005), the City has adopted Resolution 09-034, which grants priority for water and sewer connections to housing

reserved for lower-income household in the unforeseen event that capacity for either utility becomes limited.

Dry Utilities

All sites in the land use inventory lie within developed areas and have access to full dry utilities, or are part of a Specific Plan that require installation of dry utilities as part of project development. PG&E is

responsible for providing electric power supply to Paso Robles and does so via a 70-kilovolt electrical transmission line that extends north-south from San Luis Obispo through Paso Robles and beyond. Natural gas is provided by the Southern California Gas Company. Several natural gas transmission pipelines are located in San Luis Obispo County, one of which extends to Paso Robles along the U.S. 101 corridor. Natural gas is generally available throughout Paso Robles through a local distribution system. Additional dry utilities include various telecommunications providers and cable providers and solid waste collection. Paso Robles Waste Disposal provides solid waste collection service to the City, and Pacific Waste Services operates the City-owned landfill.

The Beechwood Specific Plan area is currently undeveloped; electric power, natural gas, and

telecommunications do not currently exist on these sites. However, as part of Specific Plan development, these utilities will be provided through the extension of existing facilities. The closest electricity

transmission line runs along Beechwood Drive, adjacent to the western boundary of the Beechwood Specific Plan Area. Maintenance responsibilities for the public and private infrastructure improvements required for the project are articulated in the Specific Plan.

The Beechwood Specific Plan site is in area code 805, within AT&T’s carrier of last resort territory. A carrier of last resort is a telecommunications company that commits, or is required by law, to provide service to any customer in a service area that requests it, even if serving that customer would not be economically viable at prevailing rates.

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Table H6-11: Sites Inventory Table

Site # APN

009-863-013 38.6 R1/NC-±10

ac 3 mobile home and

agriculture Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-012 38.2 R1/RSF-3

3 vacant Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-006 2.1

R1/RSF-3

3 single family Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-011 14.9 R1/RSF-3

3 vacant Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-009 10.3 R1/RSF-3

3 mobile home Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-010 9.9 R1/RSF-3

3 vacant Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-003 19.6 R1/RSF-3

3 vacant Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-004 20.1 R5/RMF-20 20 vacant Moderate Yes No

009-863-008 9.5 R1/RSF-3 3 single family unit Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-007 9.1 R1/RSF-3 3 single family unit Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-001 20.3 R1/RSF-3 3 vacant Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

009-863-002 19.7 R1/RSF-3 3 vacant Low/Moderate/

Above Moderate Yes No

Table H6-11: Sites Inventory Table

Site # APN

Size Lot (ac.)

Site Size

(ac.) Zone/GP

Max.

Density

(du/ac) Existing Use

Realistic Capacity

(units) Affordability

Level Infrastructu

re Capacity? On-site Constraints?

V3*

009-291-021 1.2

5.7

TC-2/CC 30 vacant

120 Very Low/Low Yes

009-291-019 0.3 TC-2/CC 30 vacant No No

009-291-015 0.9 TC-2/CC 30 vacant 11.5% slope

009-291-013 0.8 TC-2/CC 30 vacant No

009-291-012 0.5 TC-2/CC 30 vacant No

009-291-014 0.5 TC-2/CC 30 vacant 14.6% slope

009-291-025 0.3 TC-2/CC 30 vacant No

009-291-024 0.7 TC-2/CC 30 vacant No

009-291-023 0.5 TC-2/CC 30 vacant No

V4 008-328-007 0.6 0.6 RSC/CS 30 vacant 13 Very Low/Low Yes No

V5 009-152-008 0.9 0.9 TC-2/CC 30 vacant 18 Very Low/Low Yes No

V6 008-225-011 0.6 0.6 TC-2/CC 30 vacant 13 Very Low/Low Yes No

V7 008-051-031 2.6 2.6 RSC/CS 30 vacant 55 Very Low/Low Yes No

V8 008-041-042 0.26 0.26 T-4NC/NC 30 vacant 5 Very Low/Low Yes No

M1 009-751-063 2.3 2.3 R-3/RMF-8 8 vacant 18 Moderate Yes No

M2 008-283-012 0.5 0.5 T-3F/MU-8 20 vacant 3 Moderate Yes No

M3 008-391-008 0.4 0.4

T-3N/RMF-8 12 vacant 3 Moderate Yes No

*Denotes common ownership.

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6.4 Financial Resources

In light of the elimination of redevelopment agencies in the State of California, the City has limited access to funding sources for affordable housing activities.

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