A California city is considering a new zoning ordinance for self-storage facilities.
The Agoura Hills planning commission Thursday approved a zoning ordinance amendment allowing self-storage facilities in the Business Park Manufacturing Zone north of Highway 101.
If approved by the city council, self-storage facilities could be developed in the Freeway Corridor Overlay area, which is north of Canwood St., east of Clareton Drive and west of Derry Ave.
In 2005, a business owner looking to build in the freeway corridor approached the city about amending the ordinance. The commission held two public hearings in 2006, but the owner withdrew his application before action was taken. Currently, there is no development project associated with the current proposal.
The zoning amendment would allow indoor and outdoor storage of boats, vehicles and trailers, provided the outdoor storage is screened from public view. The council plans to schedule a public hearing before taking final action.
Source: iStockAnalyst, Agoura to Consider Zoning Ordinance for Self-Storage Sites
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