Z: Open Space
Proposed fire station is not currently a permitted use within the "Open Space"
The Fire Station 177 project consists of the construction of an approximately 5,000 square foot fire station on an approximately one (0.94) acre portion of Heritage Park. The 5,000 square foot fire station will include an apparatus area, an administration area, and a living area. The station design will include drive-through capability for emergency apparatus, with both driveways on Beryl Street. Additionally, the fire station will be equipped with an aboveground storage tank for fuel and an emergency generator. Staff parking will be provided on the western portion of the site, behind the station. Parking spaces for the public will be provided on the eastern portion of the site.
The proposed project includes the relocation of a portion of the existing equestrian trail that traverses the proposed project site. The existing equestrian trail that enters Heritage Park in the southeastern corner of the park will be removed and realigned north of the removed portion. A trail will be created along the southern boundary of the fire station that will meet the existing trail to the west. A dirt access road to wireless cell facilities currently traverses the site of the proposed fire station. The dirt access will be relocated to the north of the fire station, just south of the realigned equestrian trail. The underground utilities that serve the existing wireless cell facilities will be relocated as part of the project.
Floyd M. Stark ES, Alta Loma JH, Hermosa ES, Vineyard JH, Jasper
Demens Creek Channel, Cucamonga Creek
Schools: Jasper ES
Notice of Completion
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Other (Fire Station)
Aesthetics, Cumulative Effects, Noise, Public Safety
Cal Fire, California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Transportation, District 8 (DOT), California Highway Patrol, California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region 8 (RWQCB), Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 6, Department of Water Resources, Resources Agency, California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC)
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California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC)
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