A proposal to develop the Nakase Nursey goes before its first City panel on Thursday when the Community Services Commission considers the parks included in the proposal. The meeting is not to discuss the merits of the overall development, only whether the current plan satisfies the City’s parks requirement.
Toll Brothers proposes a maximum of 675 single-family homes and a maximum of 101 affordable units on the 122-acre Nakase property, which is on Bake at Rancho Parkway. The City requires more than 11 acres of park land, and Toll Brothers proposes:• Five mini parks, each about half an acre• A 3.59-acre neighborhood park• A 2.29-acre central park• Nearly an acre of trails• A 2.5-acre private recreation facility
The parks and trails would be maintained by the development’s homeowner’s association but open to the public. Most of the neighborhood parks include barbecues, a sport court and shaded picnic areas. Toll Brothers proposes what would be the City’s third dog park.
Commissioners on Thursday will not make any decisions about the project but provide feedback as the City and Toll Brothers work on the final agreement for City Council consideration.
The Commission meets at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall, 25550 Commercentre Dr. The item is a presentation and public input is welcome.
The draft environmental impact report for the proposed project, which studies the impacts of the project and mitigation measures, will be released in coming weeks.