Interested residents are invited to a Wednesday workshop at to discuss traffic concerns connected to a proposed 930-home development in Portola Hills.
As the project has worked its way through the planning process, area residents have expressed serious concerns about the traffic the additional homes would add to their area.
From 7 to 9 p.m. at 25550 Commercentre Dr. comments and feedback about traffic-related matters such as speed, traffic calming and vehicular access with regards to the Portola Center project will be gathered from the community.
The proposed development would include as many as 930 homes, a 5-acre sports park, various neighborhood parks, and up to 10,000 square feet of mixed commercial/residential units.
The 243-acre project site is at the intersection of Glenn Ranch and Saddleback Ranch roads.
This is the latest in a number of meetings held to get public feedback on the project.
In June, representatives of at to discuss plans for the development. A July meeting brought residents to City Hall for a drawn up for the project.
That month a group of Portola Hills residents also toured the vacant land slated for the . Many expressed their concerns about the they believe the new homes would worsen at a workshop hosted that same week by the city's Planning Commission.
Wednesday's workshop is meant to focus specifically on that part of the project.
Community members unable to attend the workshop can submit written comments via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to the City of Lake Forest, Planning Division, 25550 Commercentre Drive Suite 100, Lake Forest CA, 92630.
Previously submitted comments have already been recorded, so there is no need to resend in connection with this specific workshop, according to city staffers.