City of Jurupa Valley Etiwanda Avenue/Country Village Road Truck Restriction Ordinance

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
Jurupa Valley, City of (City of Jurupa Valley)
Document Title
City of Jurupa Valley Etiwanda Avenue/Country Village Road Truck Restriction Ordinance
Document Type
EIR - Draft EIR
Present Land Use

Document Description
The Mira Loma Commerce Center was approved in 2011 by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. A lawsuit was filed by the Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice (CCAEJ) challenging the County's approval of the project. A settlement agreement was reached in the case of Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice v. County of Riverside which included a requirement to conduct a study for restricting trucks on Etiwanda Avenue between SR-60 and Hopkins Street. The City is subject to the settlement agreement. Based upon the Consent Judgment, the City agreed to comply with specific settlement terms. On February 20, 2014, the City initiated traffic studies on Etiwanda Avenue from the State Route 60 to Hopkins Street. Information concerning the traffic studies was presented at the City Council meeting of December 4, 2014. Pursuant to requirements outlined by the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), it was noted that a diversion of trucks to other roadways would need further study to identify potential impacts of noise and air quality. Implementing truck restrictions would also require support from adjoining communities. On February 5, 2015, additional study work for traffic, air, and noise were initiated. The findings presented on May 5, 2016 revealed truck restrictions along Etiwanda Avenue would also cause impacts to residents along Country Village Road, north of State Route 60. The truck restriction route was expanded to include Country Village Road between SR 60 and Philadelphia Avenue. Alternate study routes were also identified and staff initiated preparation a CEQA Initial Study Checklist. During the preparation of the Initial Study Checklist, it was revealed there are impacts to area locations not controlled by the City (i.e. cities of Ontario and Fontana, and freeway improvements under Caltrans). Because the City does not have the authority or control over all affected transportation facilities, impacts may be significant and unavoidable and a Mitigated Negative Declaration was not the appropriate level of CEQA documentation for the project. To complete the analysis, the City prepared a Draft EIR. Mitigation measures to intersections, freeway ramps, and interchanges were identified in the Draft EIR to possibly reduce the impacts of diverting trucks.

Contact Information
Jim Smith
City of Jurupa Valley
8930 Limonite Ave
Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

Phone : (951) 332-6464


34°01'18.3"N 117°31'28.1"W
Jurupa Valley
Cross Streets
Etiwanda Avenue between SR-60 and Hopkins Street & County Village Road between SR-60 & Philadelp
State Highways
SR-60, 1-15

Notice of Completion

Review Period Start
Review Period End
Development Type
Other (None. Truck restriction ordinance)
Local Action
City ordinance
Project Issues
Air Quality Noise Traffic/Circulation Growth Inducing Land Use Cumulative Effects Health Risk
Reviewing Agencies
Air Resources Board, Transportation Projects California Department of Parks and Recreation California Department of Transportation, District 8 California Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Planning California Highway Patrol California Native American Heritage Commission California Public Utilities Commission California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region 8 Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 6 Department of Water Resources Resources Agency


Environmental Document
!_Etiwanda Truck Restriction Ordinance DEIR NOA   PDF 57 K !_TITLE-PAGE   PDF 541 K Appendix A - NOP and Initial Study   PDF 4803 K Appendix B - IS PR Comments and Scoping & Agency Outreach Mtg Attend Sheets   PDF 3129 K Appendix C - AQ_GHG   PDF 6911 K Appendix D - Health Risk Assessment   PDF 3527 K Appendix E - Noise Modeling Data   PDF 856 K Appendix F -Transportation Study_05-18-18   PDF 11618 K Ch_00_TOC   PDF 185 K Ch_01   PDF 305 K Ch_02   PDF 271 K Ch_03   PDF 5977 K Ch_04   PDF 3424 K Ch_05-01_AQ   PDF 27257 K Ch_05-02_GHG   PDF 462 K Ch_05-03_LU   PDF 295 K Ch_05-04_N   PDF 13287 K CH_05-05_T   PDF 1230 K Ch_06   PDF 150 K Ch_07   PDF 311 K Ch_09   PDF 167 K Ch_10   PDF 115 K Ch_11   PDF 94 K Ch_12   PDF 128 K Ch_13   PDF 151 K NOA   PDF 47 K
NOC   PDF 645 K

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