Highway 74 Corridor Study

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Highway 74 is currently a State Highway (SR-74) system that stretches from Orange County to Palm Desert. Riverside County Board of Supervisors has charged its staff with the task of analyzing and taking inventory of the existing land uses along the 6.8-mile long corridor of SR-74 that begins at the City of Lake Elsinore and terminates at the City of Perris. The purpose of this study is to clearly describe – in both graphics and text—the potential for enhanced development patterns along a narrow corridor of SR-74, while preserving the existing environment and characteristics along with sensitivity to existing land uses. This section of highway was chosen for its high traffic patterns and opportunity to consolidate large, and relatively undeveloped parcels. In addition, this section of Highway 74 is one of the last areas to be developed as incorporated Cities to the north and south continue to spur economic growth.

Public Workshop Notice: Public Workshop Notice - 03/03/2016 - Moses-Schaffer Community Center
Public Workshop Notice: Public Workshop Notice - 03/31/2016 - Moses-Schaffer Community Center
Public Workshop Notice: Public Workshop Notice - 04/27/2016 - Temescal Canyon High School Library

DRAFT (3/1/2016) - Highway 74 Corridor Study Area Map: Highway_74_Business_Corridor_Map.pdf (11.7 MB)

 

DRAFT (3/1/2016) - Highway 74 Corridor Study Area Map




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