The county will prepare an EIR to analyze environmental impacts associated with implementation of the proposed Rancho Los Amigos South Campus Project Project. The county proposes to develop three new County administrative buildings in the development HQ, and a Sheriff's Department Crime Lab. Staffing for each of these buildings would be filled by approx 3,000 county-budgeted positions that are currently at other existing county facilities located within the region. Staffing members may be adjusted as the design is developed. The ISD HQ would be up to approx 370,000 sf; the Probation Department HQ would be up to approx 220,000 sf; and the Sheriff's Crime Lab would be up to approx 60,000 sf. The ISD and Probation HQ buildings may be co-located in one building, which would have an approx height of six stories. The Sheriff's Crime Lab building would have an approx height of 2 stories. The final configuration of these buildings may potentially change through the design process, however, the total sf for the proposed project would be up to approx 650,000 sf. The proposed project would include development of a parking structure, with a height not to exceed approx nine stories, and surface parking lots to be used for employee and visitor parking. The proposed project would include all necessary utilities and points of connection, roadways, curbs and gutters, sidewalks, medians, site structures, hydrants, vaults, manholes, substations, street lights, street signage, landscaping, and irrigation for the proposed new development. The proposed project would also include the widening and other street improvements along Erickson Ave. Off-site improvements, such as those required for utilities, would also likely be necessary. All staging during construction would occur on the project site in a location to be determined.
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