Summit Heights Specific Plan
The Summit Heights development area is compromised of approximately 316 gross acres of vacant land. The land is located in the northwest portion of the City of Fontana and on the southwest side of the broad Lytle Creek alluvial plain, which extends south from the San Gabriel Mountains north of the site. The site has a flag-shaped configuration and is bounded by Summit Avenue to the north, Lytle Creek to the east, Highland Avenue and Interstate 210 to the south, and Interstate 15 and the proposed extension of San Sevaine Avenue to the west.
The site is diagonally traversed by a 450-foot wide public utilities corridor comprised of land owned by the Metropolitan Water District and easements owned by the Southern California Edison Company, the Southern California Gas Company, and the San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District.
The Summit Height Specific Plan proposes a development plan mix of single-family residential homes as well as recreational and commercial land uses. The Summit Heights Specific Plan assumed 1,051 single-family residential lots with various lot sizes. The majority of the single-family residential areas west of Beech Avenue will have a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet.
The development plan is designed with the goal of achieving a planned community offering a pleasant residential living environment conveniently located proximate to commercial services, which take advantage of the ease of freeway access. The plan also provides for a development alternative including an eight-acre local commercial overlay use within one of the residential planning areas.
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