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Public Notice

Notice of Preparation of an EIR for the Westside Specific Plan

Posted: Nov 4, 2019

Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report
for the Westside Specific Plan

October 29, 2019
TO: Responsible and Trustee Agencies and Other Interested Parties
State Clearinghouse
P.O Box 3044
Sacramento, CA 95812-3044

FROM: City of Tracy
Development Services Department
333 Civic Center Plaza
Tracy, CA 95376
Attn: Alan Bell, Senior Planner

The City of Tracy will be the Lead Agency and will prepare a project-level Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Westside Specific Plan. The project, its location, and potential environmental effects are described below.
The project would require the following discretionary approvals from the City of Tracy: a general plan amendment; a zoning amendment; specific plan approval; parcel/tentative (phased) subdivision map(s) approval; potentially, a development agreement; conditional use permit(s); and development review permits. A development agreement, among other things would address phasing and other obligations related to construction of necessary on- and off-site infrastructure and amenities, obligations related to payment of applicable development impact fees and/or dedication of land in lieu thereof, phasing of development, obligations related to utility capacity issues, applicable development standards, or other public benefits.
Members of the public and public agencies are invited to provide comments in writing as to the scope and content of the EIR. The City is requesting the views of public agencies as to the scope and content of the environmental information as it pertains to your agency’s statutory responsibilities in connection with the proposed project. Where applicable, public agencies will need to use the EIR prepared by the City when considering permit approval or other approvals for the project, design guidelines, and other rights and obligations of the respective parties related to developing the project.

** Full Letter can be viewed here.

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