Hunter’s Ridge is located three miles west of Lytle Creek at the base of lower slopes of the San Gabriel Mountains in the northwestern corner of the City of Fontana. The project site is bounded by Summit Avenue and Duncan Canyon Road on its south and southwestern edge and the San Sevaine Creek and Wash along its western boundary. It is further bounded to the east by the Rich Basin and cultivated fields, and to the north is the San Bernardino National Forest.
It allows 1,725 dwelling units on 595 acres for a gross density of 2.89 dwelling units per gross acre. It provides rural residential, residential estate, and single-family residential use, ranging in density from 1-22 dwelling units per net acre. It provides nine acres for neighborhood commercial use. It includes 20.1 acres of park land. This exceeds the City’s local park requirement of 3.8 acres. Additionally, Hunter's Ridge Specific Plan has 107 acres for two parks plus additional 9.4 acres for an equestrian trailhead/interpretive center as well as an additional 10.8 acres (which is 50% credit for improving 21.6 acres of lower Southern California Edison easement).
Amendment No. 7 was adopted which designated approximately 10 acres as single-family residential land with a projection of 45 additional single-residential dwelling units. Amendment No. 8 changed the land use district for the southeastern portion of the specific plan from Multi-Family Residential to Community Commercial and added self-storage facilities as a conditionally permitted use.
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