The proposed Complete Streets Policy will direct the design, construction, use, and maintenance of the City's roadways, pathways, and sidewalks creating a comprehensive, integrated transportation network that is safe, accessible, comfortable, accommodating, and welcoming to all users consistent with the goals and policies of 203 5 General Plan. The action is to adopt a Resolution and Policy to integrate Complete Streets into the plans, designs, and maintenance of the City of Sacramento's streets.
The City prepared an Initial Study to: (a) review the discussions of cumulative impacts, growth inducing impacts, and irreversible significant effects in the 2035 General Plan Master EIR to determine their adequacy for the project (see CEQA Guidelines Section l 5178(b),(c)); and (b) identify any potential new or additional project-specific significant environmental effects that were not analyzed in the Master EIR and any mitigation measures or alternatives that may avoid or mitigate the identified effects to a level of insignificance, if any. As part of the Master BIR process, the City is required to incorporate all feasible mitigation measures or feasible alternatives appropriate to the project as set forth in the Master EIR (CEQA Guidelines Section 15177(d)). Policies included in the 2035 General Plan that reduce significant impacts identified in the Master BIR and Master BIR mitigation measures were identified and discussed, as appropriate, in the Initial Study. Based on the analysis contained in the Initial Study, the City has determined that the proposed project would not result in any additional significant environmental effect not previously analyzed in the Master BIR. No new additional mitigation measures or alternatives are required.