On December 13, 2017, the City of Eastvale certified a Program EIR (State Clearinghouse No. 2015031028) for the adoption of the Leal Master Plan, and adopted Findings of Fact, a Statement of Overriding Considerations in light of the significant and unavoidable impacts, and a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program. The applicant submitted a Request (PLN21-20039) for approval of a Modified Project consisting of: an Addendum to the Certified Program EIR for the Leal Master Plan; Leal Master Plan Amendment (SPA001); a Development Agreement (DA003); a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38290) to create 14 developable lots and 19 lettered lots on 158.6 acres; and a Major Development Plan Review (PLN22-20020 DR001) for the development of 2500 residential units and 595,000 square feet of commercial development (retail, hotel, civic center) and a fire station. The City evaluated the potential environmental impacts of the Modified Project against the criteria set forth in CEQA Guidelines §§ 15162, 15163, 15164, and 15168(c). The City, acting as the Lead Agency, determined that substantial evidence throughout the Addendum supports the determination that the Modified Project would not have any reasonably foreseeable environmental consequences beyond that analyzed in the prior Program EIR and its associated administrative record, that none of the conditions trigging preparation of a subsequent or supplemental EIR apply and that an Addendum to the Leal Master Plan Environmental Impact Report(SCH No. 2015031028) is appropriate for the proposed Modified Project and related entitlements, and fully complies with CEQA, as described in Public Resources Code section 21166 and the CEQA Guidelines. The Original EIR was prepared as a Program EIR and as such was evaluated pursuant to CEQA Guidelines § 15168(c). The Lead Agency has determined that the effects of the later activity, in this case the Modified Project, were examined in the program EIR (Original EIR) and pursuant to Section 15162 no subsequent EIR is required. The activity is within the scope of the Program EIR, and the Program EIR adequately describes the activity for purposes of CEQA.