The California Department of Fish and Game is issuing an Agreement regarding the Stream Alteration to the project applicant, Palomar Community College District. The applicant will develop areas on- and off-site. Actions proposed on-site include the development of classrooms, administrative buildings, parking lots, other facilities and outdoor recreational space and athletic fields. Off-site actions proposed include a borrow pit for soil extraction, extending water and sewer lines, road construction at the Old Highway 395/Stewart Canyon Road and Canonito Drive intersection, and the creation of Horse Ranch Creek Road. Future construction of physical structures on the Project site would be constructed in two phases. Initial development, Phase 1, would consist of approximately 75,000 to 150,000sf of development and related parking, and would include initial Project opening (approximately 40 percent of Project buildout or 3,400 enrolled students). The second phase, Phase ll, would include to Project buildout, with a maximum student population of 8,500 students. Development of the Project site would be phased over several decades, with an estimated total building square footage of approximately 380,000sf. Project buildout is anticipated to occur around the year 2030.