Type, Section or Code
Classes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 14
Reasons for Exemption
Class 1, Existing Facilities: The proposed project includes grading, repaving, and restriping of the existing north parking lot. The proposed parking lot improvement would occur within the existing boundaries of the parking lot and would not expand the existing use or capacity.
Class 2, Replacement or Reconstruction: The proposed project includes grading, repaving, and restriping of the existing north parking lot. The proposed parking lot improvement would occur within the existing parking lot boundaries, would be a reconstruction of existing parking facilities on the same site, and would have the same purpose and substantially the same capacity as the facility replaced. T
Class 3, New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures: The proposed project would construct a total of 48,100 sf of new building area that would require installation of water, sewer, electrical, gas, and other utility connections and extensions in the campus. The project site is already being served by wet and dry utilities, and new buildings would be constructed with water-conserving and energy-efficient systems in compliance with the 2022 Building Energy Efficiency Standards and the Green Building Standards Code. The proposed project would serve the existing high school without increasing the existing student capacity.
Class 4, Minor Alterations to Land: The proposed project would require minor alterations to land due to removal of landscaping and trees to construct a two-story classroom and media center building. The proposed project would also require grading and minor trenching and backfilling to install utility systems, then the surface would be restored. The proposed changes to the condition of land and vegetation would not involve removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees, and the area to be disturbed is generally level with a slope of less than 10 percent.
Class 14, Minor Additions to Schools: The proposed project would construct a 28-classroom building with a media center, a new auxiliary gym, and a weight room building. Once the buildings are constructed, 28 portable classrooms would be removed from the campus. Therefore, there would be no increase in the original student capacity of the high school. The new auxiliary gym and weight room building would serve the existing school program and would not impact the existing school capacity.