Temecula Valley Unified School District (District) proposes to add nighttime sports lighting to the existing multiuse practice field at Temecula Valley High School. Field lighting would consist of five galvanized steel poles (three 90 feet tall, one 80 feet, and one 70 feet) with LED luminaires mounted at 70 to 90 feet. Each light pole would have 4 to 6 luminaires per pole for a total of 25 luminaires, including a back-to-back mounting configuration for one 90-foot pole and one 70-foot pole. Average light levels for the multiuse practice field would be approximately 30.1 foot-candles (fc) for the soccer field and 15.4 fc for the surrounding grass area outside of the soccer field. No additional sports program would be added that could increase participants or spectators. As with the existing conditions, the newly lit practice field would be available for use by community groups after school hours, when the facilities are not in use by students, and during weekends, as provided by the District’s use policy under the Civic Center Act. The proposed project would require limited demolition of hardscape and softscape to install lighting poles as well as trenching and backfilling for electrical utility improvements. The proposed project would disturb approximately 6,000 square feet of surface area of the approximately 65 acres of high school campus. No structural demolition would be required, and no PA system would be installed. The District is tentatively scheduled to start construction in November 2022, and the construction would take approximately six weeks.