San Francisco State University - Ethnic Studies and Psychology Building, New Elevator Project


SCH Number
Lead Agency
University of California, San Francisco
Document Title
San Francisco State University - Ethnic Studies and Psychology Building, New Elevator Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Project Applicant
San Francisco State University

Document Description
San Francisco State University is proceeding with the addition of a second elevator to the Ethnic Studies and Psychology Building, to ensure that the upper floors remain accessible if one elevator needs to be removed from service for maintenance or repair. The Project will advance the educational mission of the California State University in general and provide both immediate and long-term benefits to the San Francisco campus in particular.

Contact Information
Brandon Kline
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94132

Phone : (628) 256-5623


37.7219°'"N 122.47820°'"W
San Francisco
San Francisco
Cross Streets
Holloway Avenue and 19th Avenue (State Route 1)

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
(14 Cal. Code of Regs. 15301)
Reasons for Exemption
See NOE for full details. It has been determined that the Project is Categorically Exempt under Title 14, CCR 15301, Class I: Existing Facilities. Because interior and exterior alterations involving such things as interior partitions and electrical conveyances within existing facilities are essential to occupant accessibility, and because the improvements will cause negligible or no expansion of an existing use, the Project is exempt. Importantly, the Project is not foreclosed by an enumerated exception on the use of a Categorical Exemption (14 Cal Code Regs. Section 15300.2). See NOE for full details.


Notice of Exemption
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