Heart of Fairfield Specific Plan

2 Documents in Project

Summary

SCH Number
2015122005
Lead Agency
Fairfield, City of (City of Fairfield)
Document Title
Heart of Fairfield Specific Plan
Document Type
EIR - Draft EIR
Received

Document Description
The Heart of Fairfield Plan is a specific plan located in the city of Fairfield, encompassing the Downtown and West Texas Street neighborhoods. The Heart of Fairfield Plan covers approximately 513 acres and contains Fairfield's historic Downtown, the Solano County Government Center, the Fairfield Transportation Center regional bus and transit hub, the Suisun-Fairfield Train Station, a diverse set of land uses, and numerous amenities that serve both the local community and the wider region. The plan area is roughly bounded by I-80 on the west, the Union Pacific Railroad tracks on the east, Empire and Kentucky Streets on the north and highway 12 on the south. The plan area encompasses two neighborhoods: Downtown and West Texas St. These neighborhoods were designated as priority development areas by the Association of Bay Area Governments because of local and regional interest in encouraging infill development that can take advantage of regional transit facilities. The Fairfield Transportation Center and the Suisun-Fairfield Tran Station provide access to the Capital Corridor commuter rail service as well as the national Amtrak network.

Contact Information
Brian K Miller
City of Fairfield
1000 Webster Street, Suite 200
Fairfield, CA 94533

(707) 428-7461

Location

Cities
Fairfield
Counties
Solano
Cross Streets
Union Avenue, Pennsylvania Avenue, Beck Avenue, Interstate 80
Zip
94533
Total Acres
513
Parcel #
Multiple
State Highways
12, I-80
Railways
Union Pacific
Airports
Travis Air Force Base
Schools
Multiple
Waterways
Suisun Slough

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Residential (1600 Units) Commercial (140000 Sq. Ft.)
Local Action
Specific Plan
Project Issues
Other Issues Cumulative Effects Landuse Growth Inducing Wetland/Riparian Water Supply Water Quality Vegetation Traffic/Circulation Toxic/Hazardous Solid Waste Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading Sewer Capacity Schools/Universities Recreation/Parks Public Services Population/Housing Balance Noise Geologic/Seismic Flood Plain/Flooding Economics/Jobs Biological Resources Archaeologic-Historic Air Quality Agricultural Land Aesthetic/Visual Other Issues: GHG
Reviewing Agencies
Caltrans, District 4 California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol California Public Utilities Commission Caltrans, Division of Aeronautics Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 3 Department of Water Resources Native American Heritage Commission Office of Emergency Services, California Office of Historic Preservation Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 2 Resources Agency State Lands Commission
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