Bentley School Major Conditional Use Permit (CUP) EIR

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
City of Oakland
Document Title
Bentley School Major Conditional Use Permit (CUP) EIR
Document Type
OTH - Other Document
Present Land Use
GP Oakland: Hillside Residential Zoned: One Family Residential Zone (R-30) GP Berkely: Low Density Residential Zone: Single Family Residential Zone (R-1H)
Document Description
NOTE: Notice of Availability/Response to Comments Notice The proposed Project would legalize and permit the Bentley School's existing day-to-day operations, which are currently in violation of the Major Conditional Use Permit (CUP) granted by the Oakland City Council in 1969. The new Major CUP would reflect existing (or current) conditions by permitting a maximum enrollment of 360 students (approximately eight more students than enrolled during the 2007/2008 school year), expanded hours of operation for a variety of school activities, and a limited number of weekend, evening and summer events. The new Major CUP would also permit a maximum of 62 employees at the school, which also reflects existing conditions. In addition, the Project includes a comprehensive busing, carpooling, parking, traffic, and circulation plan, and emergency evacuation program, which have been implemented at Bentley School. The new CUP would not permit any construction or physical alteration to the campus and would not result in any physical impacts.

Contact Information

Heather Klein
Agency Name
City of Oakland
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Berkeley, Oakland
Cross Streets
Hiller Drive and Tunnel Road
Total Acres
Parcel #
048-7576-001-04, -02, -251, -245, -261; 064-4231-015, -016, -017
State Highways
SR 13, 24
Lake Temescal, San Leandro Creek, Diamond Canyon Creek

Notice of Completion

Development Types
Educational (total enrollment of 360 students)

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