On April 12, 2022 the Antioch City Council adopted new Commercial Infill Housing (CIH) Overlay District regulations. The rezoning and regulations became effective on May 26, 2022. This new zoning classification allows for by-right housing development on parcels with the CIH designation subject to compliance with Objective Design Standards.
|Lakeview Center||4042 Lone Tree Way||5.3 acres|
|In-Shape Shopping Center||4099 Lone Tree Way||8.9 acres|
|Deer Valley Plaza||4346 Lone Tree Way||9.8 acres|
|Hillcrest Summit||Shaddick Drive & Harris Drive||4.9 acres|
|Hillcrest Terrace||3440 Deer Valley||6.3 acres|
|Buchanan Crossings||3110 Buchanan Rd.||5.4 acres|
|Delta Fair Shopping Center||2710-3040 Delta Fair Blvd.||14.7 acres|
|Somersville Towne Center||2556 Somersville Rd.||40.9 acres|
|99 Cents Only/Big Lots||2521 Somersville Rd.||10 acres|
|Crestview Dr/ West 10th Street||APN: 074-334-030-9||2.3 acres|
Objective Design Standards were adopted and establish explicit design criteria that must be satisfied for ministerial review. The design standards are written to provide clear and straightforward design expectations as well as the application and approval process. Projects that comply with objective design standards are not subject to discretionary review.
A comprehensive checklist was prepared as part of the draft Standards. The checklist identifies design components that must be satisfied in order to qualify for ministerial review. There is also a checklist for staff to identify project compliance during project review.