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Public Hearing Notice
General Rezone Application
Project Title: General Rezone request to apply the Small Lot Residential (SLR) zoning district to a parcel currently zoned Rural Residential (RR)
Project Address: 2890 Spanish Valley Drive, Grand County Parcel No. 02-0022-0033
Project Description: The application is for a General Rezone request of a 2 acre parcel located at 2890 Spanish Valley Drive. The request would permit a change in zoning from Rural Residential (RR) to Small Lot Residential (SLR). The applicant proposes a subsequent 4 lot subdivision to allow for the development of residential lots for long term rental tenants.
The applicant has processed the rezone application in accordance with State and County regulation.
Project Applicant: Anthony Ricco (Applicant), Brittney Hodson (Property Owner)
Public Hearing Information
County Planning Commission
Date: Monday, January 24, 2022
Time: 4:30 PM or later
Location: Join via Zoom by visiting the Agenda Center for related link
Agenda Packet: www.grandcountyutah.net/AgendaCenter
For more information contact the
Grand County Planning & Zoning Department
125 E. Center St.
Moab, Utah 84532
A public hearing is a statutory requirement for some land use decisions. At a public hearing, members of the public are provided a reasonable opportunity to comment on the subject of the hearing.
Proposed Project & Information
Provided by Applicant
This application is for the rezoning of a parcel of land located at 2890 Spanish Valley Dr. Moab, Utah 84532. The lot is currently zoned Rural Residential (RR) and the request is being made to zone to Small Lot Residential (SLR).
The purpose of this rezone is to allow the construction of rental housing for long-term local business employees.
The need for long-term housing for local employees is self-evident in Moab, with many businesses struggling to maintain long-term employees due to a lack of long-term housing. The proposed rezone of the area helps address this issue.
With the owners/investors sub-dividing their primary residential lot, the intention is to build long-term rental housing while maintaining a residential neighborhood that is a pleasure to live in.
The surrounding areas are commercial use, campground, farm land, HDHO, and both small lot and rural residential. Additionally, the proposed Spanish Valley Drive Multi Use Path crosses directly in front of the lot.
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