Chino Francis Estates is a proposed community of 39 new, single-story homes on 10,100 square foot average lots in Chino, California. Most of the lots have room to store an RV. These ranch-style homes are designed with families and empty-nesters in mind to embrace the traditional heritage of the area, and will be available in four floor plans ranging from 2,800-3,600 square feet.
The proposed community is expected to be before the Chino City Council for approval late this year. Once approved, construction is anticipated to begin in early 2020 with the new homes being ready for move-in by late Summer 2020.
The proposed community will be located across approximately 13 acres just north of Francis Avenue between Yorba and Ramona avenues adjacent to the City of Chino.
Chino Francis Estates will bring new life to the neighborhood and provide high-quality community amenities, including a brand new community park with recreational amenities, including a picnic area, playground, BBQ and fire pits, and a Bocce Ball court.
Yes! Chino Francis Estates offers ideal living for families, empty-nesters, and active seniors with a variety of floor plans to meet diverse needs. The all single story homes range from 2,800 to 3,600 square feet with large backyards, perfect for entertaining and family life.
Yes! Chino Francis Estates offers ideal living for families, empty-nesters, and active seniors with a variety of floor plans to meet diverse needs. The all single story homes range from 2,800 to 3,600 square feet with large pool-sized backyards, perfect for entertaining and family life. 26 of the 39 lots will have room to store RV's next to the garage.
The proposed community is located within the unincorporated County of San Bernardino and is directly adjacent to City of Chino limits. Preliminary meetings have been held with the County, and they have assured the City that the property could be annexed into the City without the need for annexing any other properties.
No. Measure H requested a change of zoning to a density of 8.6 units per acre with up to 180 total homes, including micro-lots and townhomes. Chino Francis Estates is requesting all single-story, single family detached homes at a density of 2.92 home per gross acre (3.25 homes per net acre) without a change of zoning. Also, the proposed project’s annexation into the City of Chino would be limited to the project-area only. No other property owners will be forced into the city.
Yes! The project will generate a positive fiscal impact on the city. Future residents are expected to generate more than an estimated $1.9 million in annual recurring retail sales after build out. Additionally, the project will provide for local jobs and pay over $2.4 million in fees to the city for future city infrastructure and fund other local agencies such as the school district.
Chino Francis Estates was designed with community input to complement the surrounding neighborhoods of Chino, with increased open space, reduced density and a move to all single-story homes. The project will clean up a blighted property, and new, high-quality homes will help enhance local property values.
No. An independent traffic engineer determined that the proposed community would not have a significant impact on the area. According to the traffic study, the project adds less than 32 a.m. trips and 43 p.m. trips during peak time periods. This equates to about one car every 1.5 minutes between 4-6 p.m., and less during the morning peak period.
Yes. All utilities and roads are located adjacent to the proposed community site. Additionally, the proposed community will connect to existing sewer facilities in Yorba and will source its water from a local supplier. Additionally, the project will pay over two million dollars in fees to improve the local infrastructure.
In 2017, the project team has worked diligently to engage the local community and collect feedback on the proposed project. And in 2019, we are more committed than ever to get the truth about the project out to the local community. The team has met with more than 100 community members, the local elementary school and the Chamber of Commerce, along with other key community groups. We ask you to please pay close attention to the facts. There is a group out there that will distort the truth in order to make their point, don't fall victim to fake news!
The project team has met with adjacent homeowners and mitigated most issues and concerns. To maintain the privacy of existing residents, Chino Francis Estates will include a 6-foot high wall with enhanced landscaping around the perimeter of the community. The community has moved the orientation of the project slightly east in order to add additional buffer to the west property line, as well as add additional vegetation in certain areas.
The project team has met with local schools to discuss the project and get their feedback. The local schools are in need of additional students, so the project will not create any overcrowding. In total, Chino Francis Estates will contribute more than $2.4 million in development fees to the City, local agencies and Chino schools.
Yes! The planning team is working to produce a project that accurately reflects the wants and needs of the Chino community. As such, the project team has held more than 50 community meetings and neighborhood walks in the area to collect feedback on the proposed project and answer questions. Feedback collected from residents was thoughtfully considered by the project team and ultimately resulted in a move to all single-story homes, adding RV storage, increased open space and buffers, and ultimately reduced density.