Walmisley-Allen Coastal Permit / Design Review (P1743)

Community Development Agency

Summary

Main Component of the Project

Residential Addition/Accessory Structure

Location

5 Lorraine Avenue
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
Parcel Number: 119-205-07

Status

Merits Review

Project Planner

Evelyn Garcia
415-473-7173

Applicant

Jon Fernandez
415-663-9516

Project Description

The applicant requests Coastal Permit and Design Review approval to construct 844 square feet of additions to an existing a single-family residence in Point Reyes Station. The existing building area and floor area is 4,113 square feet. The proposed development would result in a building area of 4,629 square feet and a floor area of 4,033 square feet. Therefore, the proposed development would result in a floor area ratio of 22 percent on the 18,212 square foot lot. The proposed building would reach a maximum height of approximately 24 feet above surrounding grade and would have the following setbacks: 11 feet from the eastern front property line, 22 feet from the southern side property line, 76 feet from the western rear property line, 54 feet from the northern side property line.

Coastal Permit approval is required because the project is in the coastal zone. Design Review approval is required because the project would exceed a floor area of 4,000 square feet.

Zoning: C-RA-B3 (Coastal residential, agricultural district, 20,000 sq.ft. minimum lot area)
Countywide Plan Designation: C-SF4 (Coastal single-family, 1-2 units/acre)
Community Plan (if applicable): Pt. Reyes Station Community Plan

Most Recent Project Plans

Walmisley-Allen Plans 92817

Public Notice

View the Public Notice - This Public Notice is for the December 28, 2017 Deputy Zoning Administrator hearing.

Public Hearings

TitleDateLocationDocuments
Deputy Zoning Administrator Public Hearing12/28/17
09:00 AM

3501 Civic Center Drive #328
San Rafael, CA 94903

  • Public Notice
  • Agenda
  • Staff Report with Attachments
  • Supplemental Memorandum
  • Final Resolution
  • Minutes