The project includes the installation of storm water diversion features at 4 different locations in the La Jolla Community Planning area. These features would eliminate dry weather flows from the storm drains which currently discharge into the La Jolla Ecological Reserve Area of Special Biological Significance (ASBS 29). The diversion features would collect all sewage overflows and/or dry season storm drain low flows and divert them into the existing sewer system and away from ASBS 29. The Urban Runoff Management Plans (URMP) MND No. 134590 was prepared by the City of San Diego Development Services Department (DSD) Environmental Analysis (EAS) and was certified by City Council on January 22, 2008 (Resolution Number 303352). The URMP MND provides for the inclusion of subsequent projects that would reduce urban runoff discharges from storm drain systems that cause or contribute to a violation of water quality standards. The URMP MND specifically allows for storm water diversion structures it was determined that an Addendum to the URMP MND would be appropriate CEQA document.