Three land development companies have filed tentative residential subdivision maps with the county in recent weeks for North County properties.
Hidden Meadows, LLC is seeking approval from the county for a 221-lot residential subdivision on 145.7 acres it owns near Mountain Meadow Road about a mile east of Interstate 15, county records show. About 200 residential dwelling units are proposed for the area, which is within the Hidden Meadows Specific Plan area. It is zoned for low-density rural residential and agricultural uses.
The tentative map filing is the first step a landowner must take to win approval from the county for a subdivision. RBF & Associates of Irvine is engineering the subdivision.
Pala Mesa LLC, whose managing member is Tom Hover, an Orange County developer, is seeking to win approval from the county of 221 lots with 207 dwellings on 85 acres. The land is on the west side of I-15 between state Route 76 and Pala Mesa Drive, said Jim Simmons of Consultants Collaborative Inc. of San Diego, the civil engineering firm designing the project.
Simmons said the subdivision will be subject to a homeowners association’s codes, covenants and restrictions if approved.
He added the lots are being subdivided into two separate villages with 6,000-square-foot pads and 7,000-square-foot pads on the hilly areas.
Simmons said homes ranging from 2,200 to 2,800 square feet would be built on the lots. The property lies within the Fallbrook Plan Area. Most of the property is fairly flat, he added.
Rancho Cielo Estates LTD also filed a tentative parcel map last month. This one was for 245.6 acres near Cerro del Sol and Via Rancho Cielo north of Del Dios Highway, county records show.
The land is zoned rural residential and the developer is seeking approval for 112 lots and 96 residences. Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering of La Jolla is designing the subdivision.