Open Space Lot of 30 Acres of beautiful land just WEST of Highway 86 on Coolidge Springs Rd

General Information #12430

With road access and power lines, this S-2 zoning property can turn the already growing area into a gold mine.  Did I say “Gold Mine”? YES!!!  Less than 3 miles away, SW of the 30 acre land, there’s an actual gold mine.  Not sold yet??? We offer Financing at Zero (0.00%) Interest for 1 Year, No Credit Checks and $2500.00 due at closing.  With many other options for this land, NOW is the time to take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity to invest in a great piece of land.

Recreational Lot 1,344,262 Sq Ft/ 30 Acres

Cross Streets: Coolidge Springs Rd and Highway 86

Desert Shores (formerly Fish Springs) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Imperial County, California, US. It is part of the El Centro Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Geography

The town is located at the western shore of the Salton Sea in the Imperial Valley, within the Colorado Desert ecoregion. It is 36 miles (58 km) west-northwest of Calipatria. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 0.7 square miles (1.8 km2), all land.

Local

Desert Shores and its neighboring community of Salton City are governed by the Salton Community Services District (SCSD), which is a special district per California Government Code. The legislative body of the SCSD is a five-member Board of Directors who are elected by the registered voters in the district every two years.

The SCSD has seven services that it is authorized to provide:

  1. Collect, treat, or dispose of sewage.
  2. Collect, transfer, and dispose of solid waste.
  3. Provide fire protection.
  4. Acquire, construct recreational facilities.
  5. Organize, promote community recreation.
  6. Acquire, construct, and improve street lighting and landscaping.
  7. Provide emergency medical services.

Aside from acting as the architectural committee for architectural compliance with the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R) of the 80 plus tracts within the district, the SCSD has no land use authority under existing law; that responsibility falls on the Imperial County Board of Supervisors.

 

Land Specifics

Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 001-200-007-000
Road Access: Highway 86 and Coolidge Springs Rd
Slope Description: Mostly Flat
Legal Description: NW4 of NW4 of NW4 & E2 of NW4 SEC16 9-9
Dimensions: 1349.17' x 1316.81' x 674.73' x 661.67' x 665.06' x 694.26'
Zoning: Open Space / Preservation
Zoning Code: S-2 (Open Space/Reservation Zone)
Zoning Definition: The S-2 Zone is considered to be the Open Space Preservation Zone. The primary intent here is to preserve the cultural, biological, and open space areas that are rich and natural as well as cultural resources. PERMITTED USES IN THE S-2 ZONE The following uses are allowed in the S-2 Zone: a) Accessory agricultural buildings, structures and uses including farm buildings, housing of agricultural product, garages and implementation shelters, provided no livestock or any building or enclosure used in connection with livestock shall be closer than 100 feet to the property lines. (not allowed within ONCAP) b) All permitted uses in S-1 zone under § 90518.01 except for mobile home and/or RV park c) Apiaries d) Keeping of poultry, or similar small animals. e) Pasturing and grazing, provided however, that it shall not exceed one large animal (horse, mule, cow, etc.) or five medium size animal (hogs, goat, sheep) for each acre of the area of the parcel of land upon which the same are kept, except the temporary pasturing of livestock to feed on vegetable manner grown on said premises made be permitted. The feeding of garbage (cooked or raw), produce, or import materials shall be strictly prohibited. (not allowed with ONCAP) f) Public buildings g) Residence, one per legal parcel. h) Solar energy extraction generation provided that it is for on-site consumption only. i) Stands for the sale of agricultural, horticultural, or farming products grown on the premises. j) Storage of agricultural products. k) Storage of products used for premises. l) Home Occupation per Division 4, Chapter 4 (home occupation permit required)

Location