Carson Consolidated Project Area

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Summary

SCH Number
2009111077
Lead Agency
Carson, City of (City of Carson)
Document Title
Carson Consolidated Project Area
Document Type
OTH - Other Document
Received

Document Description
NOTE: Response to Comments The Redevelopment Agency of the City of Carson has proposed to merge the Agency's three existing redevelopment projects for the purpose of creating financial flexibility and ease of administration. The three areas consist of Redevelopment Project Area No. 1, the Merged and Amended Project Area (consisting of the Redevelopment Project Areas No.2 and 3) and Redevelopment Project Area No.4 (the existing project areas). The merger would combine 4,099 acres of the Existing Project Areas into a single project area within the City of Carson (Carson Consolidated Project Area). As part of the merger the Agency has also proposed to re-instate and extend eminent domain, excluding residential uses, in certain areas of Project Area No. 1, the Merged and Amended Project Area and Project Area No. 4, respectively and add one public improvement project to the existing public improvement project lists for the renovation and expansion of the existing Sheriff Station located in Project Area No. 1.

Contact Information
Amelia Soto
City of Carson
1 Civic Plaza Drive #500
Carson, CA 90745

310 233-4800

Location

Cities
Carson
Counties
Los Angeles
Regions
City-Wide
Cross Streets
Citywide
Zip
90745
Total Acres
4,099
Parcel #
Multiple parcels
State Highways
405, 110, and 710
Railways
Union Pacific, BNSF
Airports
Compton/Wooley
Schools
5 (3 HS, 2 Middle)
Waterways
Los Angeles River, Dominguez Channel

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Other (Redevelopment)
Local Action
Redevelopment
Project Issues
Drainage/Absorption Economics/Jobs Fiscal Impacts 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 Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects
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