Davis Sports Park

Summary

SCH Number
2010062055
Lead Agency
Davis, City of (City of Davis)
Document Title
Davis Sports Park
Document Type
NOP - Notice of Preperation
Received

Document Description
The proposed project would require General Plan Amendments and rezoning of two existing City-owned parks for future residential uses - the Civic Center Ball Field. Sports Park: The proposed project would include the development of a Sports Park, located at one of three locations, all of which are located outside the City limits of Davis, California. The three locations include the following: Old City Landfill, located west of Pole Line Road (northwest of the Wildhorse Golf Course); Mace Covell Gateway, located north of Harper Junior High School along Covell Boulevard (east of the Wildhorse development); and Howat Ranch, located at the northeast corner of County Road (CR) 32 and 105. City Park Rezone Sites: The numbers of units proposed for the two parks proposed to be rezoned are within the range of units assumed for infill development within the City's General Plan and General Plan EIR. Issues analyzed in the EIR are site-specific impacts for the conversion of each park.

Contact Information
Anne Brunette
City of Davis, Comm. Dev. & Sustainability Dept.
23 Russell Boulevard
Davis, CA 95616

(530) 757-5689

Location

Coordinates
38°33'57"N 121°42'49"W
Cities
Davis
Counties
Yolo
Cross Streets
East Covell Blvd.; Pole Line Road; County Road 32; County Road 105
Zip
95616
Total Acres
~140
Parcel #
042-110-09(OL),071-130-07(MCG);033-290-88 (HR)
State Highways
I-80; SR 113
Railways
Southern Pacific
Schools
Harper Jr. HS,ES:Korematsu,Birch Lane,Pioneering,Montgomery,
Waterways
Putah Creek
Township
8N
Range
2E
Section
1
Base
MDB&M
Other Information
Schools: ES: Valley Oak; Holmes Jr. HS

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (118to224 Units) Recreational (`140 acres)
Local Action
Rezone General Plan Amendment
Project Issues
Other Issues Cumulative Effects Landuse Wetland/Riparian Water Supply Water Quality Traffic/Circulation Sewer Capacity Recreation/Parks Public Services Population/Housing Balance Noise Drainage/Absorption Biological Resources Archaeologic-Historic Air Quality Agricultural Land Aesthetic/Visual Other Issues: Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Reviewing Agencies
California Public Utilities Commission California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol Caltrans, District 3 N Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 2 Department of Housing and Community Development Department of Toxic Substances Control Department of Water Resources Native American Heritage Commission Regional Water Quality Control Bd., Region 5 (Sacramento) Resources Agency
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