Yes. The property is designated for urban development on the County’s Future Land Use Map, and can be served by city water and sewer. While there are many factors that would determine a final design, it is possible to estimate with some confidence a range of residential lots developed under a conventional subdivision proposal.
It is reasonable to estimate a minimum of 106 single-family residential lots at a 1-acre lot size, with up to 85% of the site developed and only 15% in open space as flood hazard area.
In order to reduce the cost per lot of providing city water and sewer, it is also reasonable to assume that lot sizes may be smaller than 1 acre, or that duplexes would be included. Lot sizes ranging from ½ acre down to ¼-acre result in a range of 212 – 424 residential lots. Again, up to 85% of the site would be developed, with only 15% in open space as flood hazard area.