Recirculation of The Preserve Planned Development Project

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
Stockton, City of (City of Stockton)
Document Title
Recirculation of The Preserve Planned Development Project
Document Type
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use
Land Use: Agriculture Zoning: CG - Commercial General, RL - Single-Family Residential General Plan: Commercial, Low-Medium Density Residential

Document Description
Development of "The Preserve" will include the master planning of +/- 359 acres of residential development, consisting of single family residential lots (653 units), small lots (278 units), cluster residential (129 units), alley-load lots (248 units) and condominiums (96 +/- units). The project site will contain approximately 52 acres of local park area including easement parks under WAPA power line easement. The public facilities within the project area will contain a 13-acre elementary school and a new fire station. A wetland feature is also planned within the power line easement that will serve to improve the water quality of project runoff and to provide flood control storage. A separate levee improvement project, administered by Reclamation District 2126, will surround the site on three sides providing 300-year flood protection. The project will develop a trails system on top of the levees, once the levee improvement project is complete. The project is located to the west of I-5 and south of Bear Creek within the City of Stockton jurisdictional boundaries. The project site is bounded on the north by Bear Creek, on the west and south by Mosher Slough, and on the east, by the existing Twin Creeks Estates, about 1,200 feet west of I-5. On November 26, 2007, the City of Stockton circulated the November 2007 Draft EIR document for public review initiating a 45-day public review period that ended on January 9, 2008. Several comments received by the City involved greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated by the project and the potential effects expected on global warming. The City of Stockton has re-examined the project's effects on global warming due to the contribution of GHG and determined to prepare the supplemental information and analyses presented in this revised Air Quality and Global Climate Change sections for recirculation.

Contact Information
Jenny Liaw
City of Stockton
345 North El Dorado Street
Stockton, CA 95202

Phone : (209) 937-8316


San Joaquin
Cross Streets
I-5 and Otto Drive
Total Acres
Parcel #
071-170-02, -04, -05
State Highways
Manilo Silva Elementary, Christa McAuliffe Middle School
Bear Creek and Mosher Slough

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (1,404 Units, ~ 359 Acres) Educational (13 acre Elementary School)
Local Action
General Plan Amendment Planned Unit Development Rezone Subdivision Other Action
Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual Agricultural Land Air Quality Archaeologic-Historic Drainage/Absorption Economics/Jobs Fiscal Impacts Flood Plain/Flooding Geologic/Seismic Noise Population/Housing Balance Public Services Recreation/Parks Schools/Universities Sewer Capacity Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Solid Waste Toxic/Hazardous Traffic/Circulation Vegetation Water Quality Water Supply Wetland/Riparian Wildlife Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects Other Other Issues: WAPA, Global Climate Change section
Reviewing Agencies
California Department of Conservation California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 2 California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol California Native American Heritage Commission California Public Utilities Commission California State Lands Commission Department of Housing and Community Development Department of Toxic Substances Control Department of Water Resources Office of Emergency Services, California Regional Water Quality Control Bd., Region 5 (Sacramento) Resources Agency California Department of Transportation, District 10

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