City of Reno
Nevada

Resolution
8832

Staff Report (For Possible Action): Resolution No. ________ Case No. LDC17-00008 (StoneGate Master Plan Amendment) Resolution to adopt an amendment to the Land Use Plan of the City of Reno Master Plan (Resolution 5673) in Case No. LDC17-00008 (StoneGate Master Plan Amendment) by changing the land use designation on four parcels totaling ±1,378 acres in size located southwest of the US-395/White Lake Parkway interchange, south of the US-395/Frontage Road and east of Sto Lat Lane; and two parcels totaling ±360 acres in size located on the northwest side of the intersection of US-395 and White Lake Parkway, from ±1,034.93 acres of Industrial, ±238.19 acres of Unincorporated Transition, ±412.34 acres of Single Family Residential and ±52.44 acres of Urban Residential/Commercial to ±41.2 acres of Industrial, ±658.2 acres of Mixed Residential, ±215.2 acres of Urban Residential/Commercial, ±338.1 acres of Single Family Residential and ±485.2 acres of Parks/Recreation/Open Space.

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Category:ResolutionWards:Ward 4

Ordinance or Resolution

RESOLUTION TO ADOPT AN AMENDMENT TO THE LAND USE PLAN OF THE CITY OF RENO MASTER PLAN (RESOLUTION 5673) IN CASE NO. LDC17-00008 (STONEGATE MASTER PLAN AMENDMENT) BY CHANGING THE LAND USE DESIGNATION ON FOUR PARCELS TOTALING ±1,378 ACRES IN SIZE LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF THE US-395/WHITE LAKE PARKWAY INTERCHANGE, SOUTH OF THE US-395/FRONTAGE ROAD AND EAST OF STO LAT LANE; AND TWO PARCELS TOTALING ±360 ACRES IN SIZE LOCATED ON THE NORTHWEST SIDE OF THE INTERSECTION OF US-395 AND WHITE LAKE PARKWAY, FROM ±1,034.93 ACRES OF INDUSTRIAL, ±238.19 ACRES OF UNINCORPORATED TRANSITION, ±412.34 ACRES OF SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL AND ±52.44 ACRES OF URBAN RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL TO ±41.2 ACRES OF INDUSTRIAL, ±658.2 ACRES OF MIXED RESIDENTIAL, ±215.2 ACRES OF URBAN RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL, ±338.1 ACRES OF SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL AND ±485.2 ACRES OF PARKS/RECREATION/OPEN SPACE.

 

              WHEREAS, the Reno City Council, on November 9, 1999, approved Resolution No. 5673, adopting the Reno Master Plan; and

 

              WHEREAS, the Reno City Planning Commission, on September 20, 2017, approved Resolution No. 06-16, adopting the amendments to the Land Use Plan of the Reno Master Plan attached hereto as Exhibit A, and has recommended that the Council make the determinations required by law and adopt the proposed amendments;

 

              WHEREAS this Council has held a duly noticed public hearing on ______________, 20___ as required by NRS 278.220;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Reno City Council:

 

1.              That upon recommendation of the Planning Commission and in accordance with NRS 278.220 and NRS 278.230, based on the written and testimonial information presented to it, this Council determines that the proposed Master Plan amendment may be applied to the development of the city for a reasonable period next ensuing and will serve as:

 

(a)                A pattern and guide for that kind of orderly physical growth and development of the city which will cause the least amount of natural resource impairment and will conform to the adopted population plan, where required, and ensure an adequate supply of housing, including  affordable housing; and

 

(b)               A basis for the efficient expenditure of funds thereof relating to the elements of the Master Plan.

2.              That this Council hereby adopts all the maps, descriptive matter and other materials contained in Master Plan Amendment Case No. LDC17-00008 (StoneGate Master Plan Amendment), including changes to the Land Use Map as set forth in Exhibit A hereto, and amends Resolution No. 5673 accordingly, subject to a conformance review by the Regional Planning Commission.

 

3.              That this Resolution be forwarded to the Regional Planning Commission for a determination that it conforms to the Truckee Meadows Regional Plan.

 

4.              That the Master Plan amendment adopted hereby shall become effective only if and when the Regional Planning Commission determines that it conforms to the Truckee Meadows Regional Plan.

 

Upon motion of Councilmember _________________________________, seconded by Councilmember _________________________________, the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted by the following vote of the Council:

 

AYES:

 

NAYS:

 

ABSTAIN:

 

ABSENT:

 

 

 

              APPROVED this _____ day of ___________________, 20____.

 

 

 

 

_____________________________________

Hillary Schieve, Mayor

 

ATTEST:

 

 

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Ashley D. Turney, City Clerk