Napa County Health and Human Services Agency Campus Project
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use
Currently developed with the Napa County Health and Human Services Agency Campus.
GPD: "Cities", while the City of Napa designation is "Public Serving (PS)".
Z: Public Quasi-Public (PQ-P) on the City of Napa Zoning map.
The existing campus is currently developed with a total of 85,144 gsf of space accommodated within 11 one-story buildings and 6 modular units, and a total of 235 surface parking spaces. The proposed project consists of two primary development options: 1) redevelopment of the existing HHSA campus occurring within the existing 8.5-acre campus boundaries (Existing Site Option) and 2) acquisition of an adjacent 3.25-acre sports field and redevelopment of the HHSA campus occurring within the expanded boundary (Expanded Site Option). The Existing Site Option includes the demolition of all existing buildings and a crescent-shaped driveway and the construction of four new two- to three-story buildings comprising 183,700 gsf of space; a 62,050 sf parking structure; and a 133,300 sf surface parking lot. The Expanded Site Option includes demolition of all but three of the existing buildings; retention of the existing crescent-shaped driveway; and construction of four new one- to three-story buildings comprising a total of approximately 169,470 gsf and three surface parking lots totaling 195,300 sf. Both options would provide a total of up to 184,000 total gsf of use and a total of approximately 558 parking spaces.
Other (98,556 sf County Health facility expansion)
AestheticsAir QualityBiological ResourcesCultural ResourcesCumulative EffectsGeology/SoilsNoiseTransportationGreenhouse Gas Emission
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