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Victorville’s Planning Commission Greenlights New 210-Home Development Behind Walmart on Palmdale Road

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG.com) – The Victorville Planning Commission approved a plan that will allow for the creation of a future residential development located behind the Walmart on Palmdale Road.

The approved tract map was submitted by Ludwig Engineering, which shows 210 single-family lots on a 60-acre parcel on the southeast corner of Seneca Road and Cantina Drive

The tract number identified as 20500 was approved on February 14, 2024.

Tract map of the future community. (City of Victorville)

In the plan presented, each lot spans no fewer than 7,200 square feet and will have a density of roughly 3.5 housing units per acre on a gross basis.

The new neighborhood will be seamlessly connected to Victorville’s existing roadways, with Cantina Drive and Seneca Road providing principal ingress and egress, to prevent traffic bottlenecks and promote easy accessibility.

Future residents will be able to enter the neighborhood via Cantina Drive. (See image above from Google Maps)

A revision was also passed, incorporating an extra stipulation labeled as condition #54.

Due to an oversight, city staff did not initially include the standard provision that allows developments such as this to join the city’s Community Facilities District (CFD). This inclusion is critical for subsidizing the services required for new residential areas.

As explained by city staff, those living in communities who contribute to the citywide maintenance fund through the CFD are expected to receive more frequent street maintenance services, such as slurry sealing, compared to those who do not contribute.

This arrangement ensures enhanced maintenance for the CFD-funded neighborhoods, supported by the homeowners’ contributions.

A starting date for the upcoming project has not been announced.

An aerial map with a red overlay showing where the project will be located.
A map shows the area that will be developed. (City of Victorville)

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