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The proposed project is an update to the City’s General Plan that meets California Code requirements for a general plan and specific plan amendments to update the development caps within each specific plan area. The proposed changes focus on the Land Use and Mobility Elements and Land Use Diagram. The update also includes the consolidation of optional elements (cultural and recreational, historic and cultural, public facilities, scenic highways, social development, and economic development and employement) into required elements of the General Plan. The Land Use Element includes caps on net-new residential and non-residential development in its specific plan areas and sets a forecast for growth in areas outside the specific plans. The General Plan Update and specific plan amendments would allow for approximately 12,312 net-new housing units and 10,988,959 net-new square feet of non-residential development.
Notice of Preparation & Scoping Meetings Scoping Meeting Flyer Initial Study Notice of Availability
Table of Contents1. Executive Summary2. Purpose of the Environmental Impact Report3. Project Description4. Environmental Setting5. Environmental Analysis5.1 Aesthetics5.2 Air Quality5.3 Biological Resources5.4 Cultural Resources5.5 Greenhouse Gas Emissions5.6 Hazards and Hazardous Materials5.7 Hydrology and Water Quality5.8 Land Use and Planning5.9 Noise5.10 Population and Housing5.11 Public Services5.12 Recreation5.13 Transportation and Traffic5.14 Utilities and Services Systems6. Significant Unavoidable Adverse Impacts7. Alternatives to the Proposed Project8. Impacts Found Not to be Significant9. Significant Irreversible Changes Due to the Proposed Project10. Growth-Inducing Impacts of the Proposed Project11. Organizations and Persons Consulted12. Qualifications of Persons Preparing EIR13. Bibliography
Table of ContentsA. Pasadena General Plan Update Guiding Principles and PoliciesB. Notice of Preparation and Initial StudyC. NOP Comments and Scoping Meeting MinutesD. Air Quality and GHG Modeling DataE. Paleontological and Cultural Resources ReportF. Hazardous Materials DataG. Noise Measurements and Calculations DataH. Public Services and Utilities CorrespondenceI. Mobility Report