Ramsey Park Pump Track

Summary

SCH Number
2020100333
Lead Agency
Watsonville, City of (City of Watsonville)
Document Title
Ramsey Park Pump Track
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
10/19/2020
Project Applicant
City of Watsonville, Parks and Community Services Department
Present Land Use
Public park

Document Description
The project involves demolition of the existing skatepark with Ramsey Park to accommodate the construction of a new bicycle pump track. The project proposes to expand the footprint of the existing skatepark by 4,000± square feet to create a 19,000± square-foot bicycle pump track area. Proposed site improvements include new landscaping and fencing. Project entitlements consist of an Administrative Use Permit with Design Review.

Contact Information
Justin Meek, AICP
City of Watsonville
250 Main Street
Watsonville, CA 95076

Phone : (831) 768-3077
Fax : (831) 768-3077
justin.meek@cityofwatsonville.org

Location

Cities
Watsonville
Counties
Santa Cruz
Cross Streets
Main Street
Zip
95076
Total Acres
0.41
Parcel #
018-261-23
State Highways
152
Railways
n/a
Airports
Watsonville Municipal Airport
Schools
n/a
Waterways
Watsonville Slough

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 1, 3, and 4; Section 15301, 15303 and 15304
Reasons for Exemption
The project qualifies for a Class 1, 3 and 4 Categorical Exemption, pursuant to Sections 15301, 15303 and 15304 of the State CEQA Guidelines, as it minor alteration of an existing recreational facility on a developed parcel located with an urban services area. The project would convert an existing skatepark into a bicycle pump track. The project also involves increasing the size of the footprint of the existing recreational facility by 4,000± square feet from 15,000± to 19,000± square feet. The site is nearly flat, with ground elevation predominantly between 26± feet and 28± feet AMSL. Demolition and grading activities would result in the off-hauling of a small amount of materials, consisting of 100± cubic yards of asphalt, 40± cubic yards of organic material, and 40± cubic yards of metal recycling. Off-haul truck trips would require a total of six trips over three days, which would not result in a traffic related impact. No noise-related impacts are anticipated, in that the project site is not located near a sensitive receptor (e.g., residence) and all demolition and grading activities would occur during normal business hours. The proposed use—a bicycle pump track—is conditionally permitted in the PF Zoning District.

Attachments

Notice of Exemption
1301 Main St NOE   PDF 127 K

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