Relocation and construction of school district central kitchen facility

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Lead Agency
Anaheim Union High School District
Document Title
Relocation and construction of school district central kitchen facility
Document Type
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration

Document Description
The proposed project consists of the relocation of the District's central kitchen facility from the District office, located at 501 North Crescent Way, in the city of Anaheim, county of Orange, State of CA, to 2735 West Ball Rd, also in the city of Anaheim, adjacent to West Ball Rd to the south, between major cross streets of South Dale Ave to the west and South Magnolia Ave to the east, on the southeastern portion of the Dale Junior HS campus, on land currently used as a school athletic field, and the construction of the new central kitchen facility thereon. The project location is more particularly depicted on the site map. The new central kitchen will consist of a 40,000 sf, two story facility, with parking areas and a loading dock, and will have four primary components" 1) dry storage, 2) cold storage, 3) a production kitchen, and 4) offices and support facilities (e.g. small storage areas, restrooms, and a meeting room). When finished, the new facility will have the capability to produce up to 50,000 meals daily without further expansion, in contrast to the existing facility, which was designed to provide 7,000 meals per day, yet is currently serving over 30,000 meals on a daily basis.

Contact Information
Patricia Neely
Anaheim Union High School District
501 Crescent Way P.O. Box 3520
Anaheim, CA 92803

(714) 999-3505


Cross Streets
2735 W. Ball Rd, between S. Dale Ave. and S. Magnolia Ave
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