Environmental Documents

California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA):

The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is a California law that requires development projects submit documentation of their potential environmental impact. In general CEQA applies to any land use activity, but there are many details the City reviews in determining if a project falls under CEQA or not. The City first prepares an initial study, assessing whether a project may have significant environmental impacts. If the initial study determines there may be significant impacts, the City hires an outside consultant to prepare an Environmental Impact Report. If there are not significant impacts, the City prepares a Negative Declaration. If the project has significant environmental impacts that may be mitigated to a level of less than significant, then the City prepares a Mitigated Negative Declaration. Environmental Documents in circulation are open for public comment.

Notice of Preparations:

No documents at this time

 

Home 2 Suites – 1301 California Circle

Negative Declarations (Mitigated Negative Declarations) – In Circulation:

Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration

Attachments

Notice of Intent to Adopt – Home 2 Suites

Notice of Completion – Home 2 Suites

 

Element-Aloft Hotel – Northwest Corner of Alder Drive and Barber

Negative Declarations (Mitigated Negative Declarations) – In Circulation:

Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration

Notice of Completion – Element-Aloft Hotel