A 43-acre wedge of unincorporated land between the cities of Agoura Hills and Calabasas may finally have a home.
The Calabasas City Council moved earlier this month to begin the proceedings that would incorporate the land – from Liberty Canyon Road south of the 101 Freeway along Agoura Road to the Calabasas city limits – into Calabasas.
On Tuesday, Agoura Hills city officials will hear more about Calabasas’s plans at the Agoura Hills City Council meeting.
Five properties make up the 43-acre site – three already-built commercial sites, one vacant commercial site and one large open space. Calabasas plans on keeping that parcel open, according to documents the Calabasas City Council considered at a March 11 meeting.
The property is near where the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy would like to build a wildlife crossing for mountain lions.
The area was also the site of a 1994 landslide that closed Agoura Road “for an extended period of time,” according to a Calabasas staff report.
The property owners have expressed a desire to join the city of Calabasas, that city’s staff says.
The Agoura Hills City Council meets 6 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall, 30001 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills.