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Public Notice

Notice of Availability CPFMP, CPSMP, CPMP

Posted: Feb 21, 2013

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF THE CITYWIDE PARKS MASTER PLAN, PUBLIC SAFETY MASTER PLAN AND PUBLIC FACILITIES MASTER PLAN INITIAL STUDY AND MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION

 
The City of Tracy has prepared a Draft Initial Study / California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15183 Analysis and Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Citywide Parks Master Plan, Citywide Public Safety Master Plan and the Citywide Public Facilities Master Plan, pursuant to the CEQA Guidelines. The project is comprehensive Master Plans for the City and its Sphere of Influence for Parks, Public Facilities and for Public Safety. The Parks Master Plan identifies specific policies, design guidelines, and preliminary capital costs associated with building new park and recreation infrastructure to serve future residential areas at buildout of the City’s Sphere of Influence. Both the Public Facilities Master Plan and the Public Safety Master Plan are intended to be used as guideline documents for the identification of public buildings needed to serve future land development projects under the buildout condition for the City’s Sphere of Influence (the Public Safety Master Plan specifically addresses the need for future public safety facilities [police and fire], while the Public Facilities Master Plan addresses the future need for all other types of public buildings). In addition, the Public Facilities Master Plan and the Public Safety Master Plan respectively provide guidance regarding public building and public safety upgrades needed to adapt existing spaces to new or expanded uses. Both documents also serve as reference documents for existing public buildings and public safety facilities.  
 
A 20-day public review period will commence on February 25, 2013, and end on March 18, 2013. Members of the public and other interested agencies and individuals are invited to provide comments on the Draft Initial Study/Section 15183 Analysis and Mitigated Negative Declaration. Comments may be submitted to the City at the address below during the 20-day review period.
 
The Draft Initial Study / California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Section 15183 Analysis and Mitigate Negative Declaration as well as the Draft Parks Master Plan, Draft Citywide Public Safety Master Plan and the Draft Citywide Public Facilities Master Plan are available on the City’s web site (www.ci.tracy.ca.us) and at the City of Tracy’s Development Services Department, 333 Civic Center Plaza.
 
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Bill Dean, Assistant Development Services Director, City of Tracy, 333 Civic Center Plaza, Tracy, CA 95376, (209) 831-6400, fax (209) 831-6439.

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