Community Design Element CD-4: Corridors & Scenic Resources
Only areas below are considered part of the General Plan.
Corridors & Scenic Resources
Corridors play an important role in Menifee. Not only are they essential for circulation, they also provide valuable opportunities to reinforce the city's community identity through streetscape design and preservation of scenic resources. Design treatments within corridors contain cohesive, yet clearly differentiated design features that reflect the type and extent of uses along it. To help foster a strong identity along major corridors, the city has designated a number of north-south and east-west roadways as Enhanced Landscape Corridors. Roadways in this designation are recognized as major transportation routes and will receive special design consideration to ensure they complement the existing community.
The protection of the city's visual resources along its scenic corridors-including I-215-is particularly important because these corridors help visually frame some of the community's most distinctive features. The city's Scenic Corridors are the same as roadways designated Eligible County Scenic Highways in the Circulation Element. The locations of Enhanced Landscape Corridors, including view corridors, are illustrated on Exhibit CD-2.
Enhanced Landscape Corridors
General Plan Exhibits
For detailed information related to community design, please refer to the following reference materials.