The project encompasses an urbanized area which is predominantly developed with a mix of residential, commercial, office, and public land uses. Residential development consists of low- and medium-density units. Commercial development in the Project is located generally in two areas: the City's oceanfront community provides goods and services that cater to a tourist population and local residents who use the beach area and consists of free-standing specialty stores, restaurants, hotels and motels. Beyond City limits, commercial land in the Project consists generally of automobile-related strip commercial uses with a wide mix of convenience stores, liquor stores, restaurants, bars, and service stations. Interspersed with these latter uses are motels and mobile home parks. Lastly, the Project includes a portion of an unused salt evaporation pond located at the extreme south end of San Diego Bay. No permanent structures exist therein. Existing Zoning and General Plan designations are largely consistent with the existing land use patterns.
The Project is to adopt and implement the Redevelopment Project Amendment that adds approximately 1,125 acres to the existing Palm Avenue/Commercial Redevelopment Project Area. These 1,125 acres ("the Amendment Area") are the focus of this environmental assessment. The Project is proposed by the Imperial Beach Redevelopment Agency for the purpose of alleviating blight and promoting reinvestment int the Amendment Area. The project will have no eminent domain authority.
City/ Nearest Community: Imperial Beach, San Diego, Coronado, Nestor, Palm City
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Residential (Acres 783), Commercial (Acres 21), Other (Public Institution (110 acres); Park/Open Space (63 acres))
Air Quality, Cultural Resources, Cumulative Effects, Economics/Jobs, Flood Plain/Flooding, Geology/Soils, Growth Inducement, Hydrology/Water Quality, Land Use/Planning, Noise, Population/Housing, Public Services, Recreation, Schools/Universities, Sewer Capacity, Solid Waste, Transportation, Wildlife
California Coastal Commission (CCC), California Department of Conservation (DOC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Highway Patrol, California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego Region 9 (RWQCB), California State Lands Commission (SLC), Department of Housing and Community Development, Office of Historic Preservation, Resources Agency, Department of Toxic Substances Control, California Department of Transportation, District 11 (DOT)
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Department of Toxic Substances Control, California Department of Transportation, District 11 (DOT)
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