California Military Department - Office of the Adjutant General
National Guard Readiness Center, Los Alamitos
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
Los Alamitos 2035 general plan defines the JFTB as public/quasi public space
The CA Military Department, in coordination with the CA Governor's Office of Emergency Services, proposes to construct a new single-story Southern Region Emergency Operations Center at Joint Forces Training Base Los Alamitos in the city of Los Alamitos. The new main building facility would be permanent construction and includes storage, parking and civil improvements. An additional public safety communications building with a drive-through bay would be located on the site for maintenance of communications and radio equipment on vehicles east of the main building. The total project development footprint would cover over 200,000 sf on approx 5 acres of previously developed land.
Other (emergency operations center approx. 32,000 sf)
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