The existing “Magee property” is comprised of 10 separate parcels with a range of General Plan and zoning designations; most of the property is covered by the either the Agricultural or Rural Residential Land Use Designations. Table 3-2 (page 3-11) of the Revised Draft Environmental Impact Report (Revised DEIR) provides a summary by parcel.
It’s important to note that both the Danville General Plan and Town’s Zoning district for the Agricultural and Rural Residential Land Use Designations permit residential uses. Specifically, this property’s zoning of A-2; General Agricultural District permits “a detached single-family dwelling on each parcel and the accessory structures and uses normally auxiliary to it” by right. The zoning allows up to one home per five acres.