CEQA Guidelines Section 15183 (Public Resources Code S: 21083.3), provides that projects that are consistent with a Community Plan, General Plan, or Zoning for which an environmental impact report (EIR) has been certified "Shall not require additional environmental review, except as might be necessary to examine whether there are project-specific significant effects which are peculiar to the project or its site." An EIR was certified by the City Council for the adaption of the City of Elk Grove General Plan in 2003 (SCH 2002062082). Additionally, the previously approved Northwest Unit No. 1 tentative map project (EG-08-017) was exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061(b) (3) [General Rule Exemption]. The proposed Project has been determined to be consistent with the General Plan and there was nothing peculiar about the Project or parcel that would warrant further analysis. The Project would develop the site with single family homes consistent with the site's General Plan land use designation of Low Density Residential. No increase in development density beyond what was anticipated in the General Plan and previously approved Northwest Unit No. 1 tentative map (EG-08-017) for the Project site would occur. In addition, no potential new impacts related to the property or Project site would occur. In addition, no potential new impacts related to the property or Project have been identified that would necessitate further environmental review beyond the impacts and issues already disclosed and analyzed in the General Plan EIR. No other special circumstances exist that would create a reasonable possibility that the proposed Project will have a significant adverse effect on the environment. Therefore, the proposed Design Review for Master Home Plans for Strawberry Creek qualifies for the exemption under CEQA Guidelines Section 15183 and no further environmental review is required.
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