Bradley Apartment Complex Major Grading Plan


SCH Number
Public Agency
San Diego County
Document Title
Bradley Apartment Complex Major Grading Plan
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The proposed project is a major grading permit for the construction of 10 two story apartment buildings with a landscape common area, parking stalls, and a concrete paved driveway. Each building includes six units for a total of 60 units along with attached carports. Five units would be dedicated to affordable to very low-income housing. The property is currently occupied by a single-family house and metal workshop. The existing structures would be demolished to make room for the development of theapartment complex. Access would be from a private 24-foot-wide driveway connecting to East Bradley Avenue. The proposed project also includes frontage improvements along the southside of East Bradley Avenue between Mollison Avenue and North First Street to include construction of sidewalks, curb, and gutter. Grading consists of a balanced cut and fill of 7,500 cubic yards (cy) with no imports or exports. The project would be served by the Wintergardens Sanitation District and imported water from Helix Water District. The proposed project would include the extension of an 8-inch sewer main and 8-inch water main for service to the project site.

Contact Information

Souphalak Sakdarak
Agency Name
County of San Diego
Job Title
Environmental Planner
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


San Diego
Cross Streets
E. Bradley Ave & N. 1st Street
Total Acres
2.87 acre
Parcel #
388-331-04, 05 & 06
State Highways
State Route 67
Other Location Info
Map 661, Lot 12 & Por 13

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
California Public Resources Code, Section 21083.3, and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Section 15183, provide an exemption from additional environmental review for projects that are consistent with the development density established by existing zoning, Community Plan, or General Plan policies for which an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was certified, except as might be necessary to examine whether there are project-specific significant effects that are peculiar to the project or its site. The project is a grading plan for future development of a multi-family dwelling unit that meets the General Plan, Zoning, and Community Plan.
County Clerk
San Diego


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