Glen Anderson Park Regional Stormwater Capture Green Streets Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Redondo Beach
Document Title
Glen Anderson Park Regional Stormwater Capture Green Streets Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The proposed project involves consists of three interconnected components: 1) Converting approximately 200-feet of right-of-way along May Avenue into a green street that consists of pedestrian-friendly pervious surfaces and bioretention area to capture and infiltrate surface runoff; 2) Retrofitting the existing Park parking lot with ADA-compliant pervious surface, bioretention area and tree wells to capture and infiltrate surface runoff; and 3) Constructing 14 drywells with pretreatment under the green streets and the parking lot to capture and treat stormwater runoff from the regional storm drain.

Contact Information

Sean Scully
Agency Name
City of Redondo Beach
Job Title
Planning Manager
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Redondo Beach
Los Angeles
Cross Streets
2229 Ernest Avenue

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15301 & 15304
Reasons for Exemption
The project consists of modifications to the existing public facilities involving no expansion of use and minor alterations to land. The improvement of the existing 200-feet of right-of-way (May Avenue) and the existing Park parking lot into pervious surfaces with bioretention areas, dry wells with pretreatment, and tree wells to capture and infiltrate surface runoff improves capture of existing flows and helps recharge the groundwater. (Class 1 and Class 4 exemptions). May Avenue, Vail Avenue, and Farrell Avenue are not designated, scenic highways and the retrofit activity is not a successive activity that will cause cumulative effects, nor will it cause effects due to unusual circumstances. The site is not located within a hazardous waste site, nor within an area designated as an environmental resource of hazardous or critical concern. Glen Anderson Park is not located within the Coastal Zone Area of the city. The stormwater capture facilities project will not cause a substantial change in the significance of an historic resource.
County Clerk
Los Angeles


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