Sacramento City College - Lillard Hall Replacement and Modernization Project
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
The Los Rios Community College District is proposing to demolish and replace the existing Lillard Hall building located on the Sacramento City College campus. Proposed development will include demolition and replacement of Lillard Hall which is located in the southwest portion of the college parcel. The Lillard Hall replacement schematic designs are still under consideration, however, it is anticipated the new proposed Lillard Hall will be approx 31,709 assignable sf, and will replace the older, approx 28,863 sf Lillard Hall. Additional architectural considerations and potential changes to the surrounding vicinity will also include potential future Overhead Parking Solar Structures which would be located in one of the existing parking lots (parking lot G or parking lot F) near Lillard Hall. The proposed project is not intended to facilitate growth; therefore, no new parking is planned. There is currently a Mohr Hall replacement project underway at the site, determined exempt under CEQA; a NOE was filed for the Mohr Hall project on November 7, 2016 with the categorically exempt status Class 14. 15314 - minor addition to schools and class 2. 15302 - replacement or construction.
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