The applicant is proposing to expand the existing Inland Valley Medical Center which is located on 22.24 acres east of I-15 south of Clinton Keith Road. The existing buildings include several one- to three-story structures: Buildings A, B-H, C, I, and Central Utility Plant (CUP), and an Administration Building. Demolition of the existing Building C would allow for the construction of a 7-story, 290,000-square-foot tower to commence. Building B-H would be demolished to create new surface parking lots. The new addition to the hospital would include expansion of all services and critical ancillary support for 100 new patient beds, bringing the total number of beds to 202. The proposed project requires four development actions: 1) Environmental Impact Report (EIR) – In accordance with CEQA Guidelines Section 15081, the City has determined that the proposed project will require the preparation of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR); 2) Change of Zone (CZ) – Approval of a zone change to establish the “IVMC Overlay Zone District (IVMC)” designation to the entire hospital properties; 3) Zoning Ordinance Amendment – Approval of a zoning ordinance amendment to establish specific design and development standards (building height, setbacks, parking, etc.) for the IVMC property unique to the proposed project; 4) Conditional Use Permit (CUP) – A conditional use permit to relocate the heliport to accommodate future expansion on the site and to allow approximately 450 spaces of offsite parking during construction activities; and 5) Plot Plan – Approval of a single Plot Plan to redevelop the site consistent with the proposed IVMC overlay development standards.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 290000, Acres 22.4, Employees 1)
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