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Case Key

EIR = Environmental Impact Report
IS = Initial Study
ND = Negative Declaration
NOA = Notice of Availability
NOC = Notice of Aompletion
NOI = Notice of Intent
NOP = Notice of Preparation
MND = Mitigated Negative Declaration

Project Name Location Case Type Description

Pending

Alamitos Bay Shoreline Trail Project MND

Draft MND
Appendix A-AQ
Appendix B-Bio
Appendix C-Geo
Appendix D-AB 52

The project site is located in the southeastern-most portion of the City in the County of Los Angeles (County), California. The project site is located on the northern boundary of Naples, an island neighborhood surrounded on all sides by Alamitos Bay, adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. The island is connected to the mainland at two locations via 2nd Street, which runs east-west through the central/northern portion of the island.

MND

In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the State CEQA Guidelines, this Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) has been prepared for the Alamitos Bay Shoreline Trail Project (proposed project) at East Sorrento Drive between 2nd Street and Appian Way in the City of Long Beach. Consistent with State CEQA Guidelines Section 15071, this IS/MND includes a description of the proposed project, an evaluation of the potential environmental impacts, and findings from the environmental review.

Long Beach Municipal Urban Stormwater Treatment Project

IS-MND Public Review

Sec 00_Cover
Sec 00_TableofContents
Sec 01_Introduction
Sec 02_Project Description
Sec 03_Initial Study Checklist
Sec 04-01_Aesthetics
Sec 04-02_Agriculture-Forestry
Sec 04-03_Air Quality
Sec 04-04_Biological Resources
Sec 04-05_Cultural Resources
Sec 04-06_Geology Soils
Sec 04-07_Greenhouse Gases
Sec 04-08_Hazards Hazardous
Sec 04-09_Hydrology Water Quality
Sec 04-10_Land Use
Sec 04-11_Mineral Resources
Sec 04-12_Noise
Sec 04-13_Population Housing
Sec 04-14_Public Services
Sec 04-15_Recreation
Sec 04-16_Transportation Traffic
Sec 04-17_Tribal Cultural Resources
Sec 04-18_Utilities
Sec 04-19_Mandatory Findings
Sec 04-20_References
Sec 04-21_Report Personnel
Sec 05_Mitigation Measures

Appendix A_AQGHG Data
Appendix B_Biological
Appendix C_Cultural

Regionally, the project site is located within the southwestern portion of the City of Long Beach (City), within the County of Los Angeles (County); refer to Exhibit 2-1, Regional Map. Locally, the project site is situated along the east and west sides of the Los Angeles (LA) River, and generally extends a distance of approximately 8 miles from State Route 91 (SR-91) to the north to approximately 0.1-mile south of Ocean Boulevard to the south; refer to Exhibit 2-2, Site Vicinity Map.

IS
MND

The proposed project includes facilities intended to improve water quality associated with urban runoff in the project area, which ultimately flows into the LA River. The project includes two primary project components: 1) the municipal urban stormwater treatment (MUST) facility; and 2) conveyance facilities/diversion structures to carry urban runoff to the MUST facility for treatment. A detailed description of the proposed project is provided in Section 2.5, Project Characteristics; a description of the existing environmental setting associated with these facilities is provided below. A depiction/overview of the proposed MUST and associated conveyance facilities on a regional basis is provided in Exhibit 2-3, Project Overview.

Alamitos Avenue "Complete Streets" Improvements Project

Notice of Preparation
Initial Study
Alamitos Avenue NOA

Cover and Table of Contents
Executive Summary
1 Introduction
2 Project Description
3 Environmental Setting
4 Environmental Impact Analysis
5 Other CEQA Required Discussions
6 Alternatives
7 References
8 Responses to Comments on the Draft EIR

Appendix A - Initial Study and Notice of Preparation Responses
Appendix B - Assembly Bill 52 Tribal Consultation
Appendix C - Conceptual Site Plan
Appendix D - Traffic Impact Analysis

The project site encompasses the stretch of Alamitos Avenue between 7th Street and Ocean Boulevard in the City of Long Beach, California.

NOA
IS
NOP

The proposed project involves a modification to Alamitos Avenue between 7th Street and Ocean Boulevard to a two-lane divided roadway with on-street bike lanes that would match the roadway section north of 7th Street. North of 7th Street, Alamitos Avenue has been restriped to provide a two-lane, divided roadway, separated by a two-way left-turn, with on-street parking and on-street bike lanes, as well as a buffer to separate bicycle traffic from vehicular traffic. Currently, most of the project site provides two-lanes in each direction separated by a two-way left-turn lane; south of 3rd Street, only one southbound through lane is provided to just past Broadway. Before restriping activities, the project would remove and recycle existing asphalt within the project site and resurface the roadway. The project site is approximately 3,400 feet of road length and 4.7 acres.

3311 East Willow Street

3311 E. Willow Street Initial Study - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Appendix A - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas
Appendix B - SCAQMD Emission Inventories Facility Search
Appendix C - Environmental Site Assessment
Appendix D - Noise Data Sheets and Calculations
Appendix E - Traffic Study
Appendix F - Tribal Consultation Letters
Appendix G - Department of Toxic Substance Control - Public Notice

The project site is located at 3311 East Willow Street in Long Beach, California (Assessor's Parcel Number [APN]: 7212-22-017). The project is located in an industrial area of Long Beach, approximately 1,000 feet south of Interstate-405. Figure 1 shows the regional location of the site and Figure 2 shows the project site in its neighborhood context.

IS
MND

The project includes remodeling of the existing building located at 3311 East Willow Street and reorganization of the parking lot. The building was previously used as a physical therapy center and is proposed to be utilized as an adult day care facility. The proposed project would remodel the exterior and interior of the building while leaving the exterior structure intact. Building square footage would remain 3,960 sf. The existing parking lot would be repaired and restriped to allow for fourteen parking spaces, including one van accessible parking space. The applicant plans to install new parking lot lighting and upgrade current electrical panels.

2nd & PCH

Cover and Table of Contents
I. Executive Summary
II. Corrections and Additions
III. Responses to Comments
IV. MMRP
Appendix FEIR-A, Part 1 - Draft EIR Comment Letters
Appendix FEIR-A, Part 2 - Draft EIR Comment Letters
Appendix FEIR-B - Historic Resources Analysis Memorandum
Appendix FEIR-C - Biological Resources Memorandum
Appendix FEIR-D - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Memorandum
Appendix FEIR-E - Construction Noise Mitigation Memorandum

Notice of Preparation
Initial Study
2nd & PCH NOA

0 Cover and Table of Contents
I. Executive Summary
II. Project Description
III. Environmental Setting
IV.A. Aesthetics, Views, and Light-Shade
IV.B. Air Quality
IV.C. Cultural Resources
IV.D. Geology and Soils
IV.E. Greenhouse Gas Emissions
IV.F. Hazards and Hazardous Materials
IV.G. Hydrology and Water Quality
IV.H. Land Use
IV.I. Noise
IV.J.1 Public Services---Fire Protection
IV.J.2 Public Services---Police Protection
IV.K. Traffic and Access
IV.L.1 Utilities and Service Systems---Water Supply and Infrastructure
IV.L.2 Utilities and Service Systems---Energy
V. Alternatives
VI. Other CEQA Considerations
VII. References
VIII. List of Preparers
zIX. Acroynms and Abbreviations

Appendix A, Part 1 - IS, NOP, NOP Comment Letters (Appendices A.1 and A.2)
Appendix A, Part 2 - IS, NOP, NOP Comment Letters (Appendix A.3)
Appendix B - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Worksheets
Appendix C - Historical Resources Report
Appendix D - Cultural Resources Records Search
Appendix E - Paleontological Resources Records Search
Appendix F - Previous Archaeological and Paleontological Assessment
Appendix G - AB 52 Correspondence
Appendix H - Updated Geotech Exploration Report
Appendix I - Previous Geotechnical Reports (2010 and 2005)
Appendix J, Part 1 - Phase I ESA
Appendix J, Part 2 - Phase I ESA (Appendices A–D)
Appendix J, Part 3 - Phase I ESA (Appendix D) (Continued)
Appendix J, Part 4 - Phase I ESA (Appendix D) (Continued)
Appendix J, Part 5 - Phase I ESA (Appendix E)
Appendix J, Part 6 - Phase I ESA (Appendix F)
Appendix J, Part 7 - Phase I ESA (Appendix F) (Continued)
Appendix J, Part 8 - Phase I ESA (Appendix F) (Continued)Appendix J, Part 9 - Phase I ESA (Appendix F) (Continued)Appendix J, Part 10 - Phase I ESA (Appendices G & H)Appendix J, Part 11 - Phase I ESA (Appendices I-K)
Appendix K, Part 1 - Phase II ESA
Appendix K, Part 2 - Phase II ESA (Appendices A-C)
Appendix K, Part 3 - Phase II ESA (Appendix D)
Appendix L - Drainage Report
Appendix M - SUSMP Report
Appendix N - Water Resources Report
Appendix O - Noise Calculation Worksheets
Appendix P - Long Beach Fire Department Service Information
Appendix Q - Long Beach Police Department  Service Information
Appendix R, Part 1 - Traffic Impact Analysis
Appendix R, Part 2 - Traffic Impact Analysis (Appendices A-C)
Appendix R, Part 3 - Traffic Impact Analysis (Appendices D-E.I)
Appendix R, Part 4 - Traffic Impact Analysis (Appendices E.II-F)
Appendix R, Part 5 - Traffic Impact Analysis (Appendices G-H)
Appendix R, Part 6 - Traffic Impact Analysis (Appendix I)
Appendix R, Part 7 - Traffic Impact Analysis (Appendix J)
Appendix S - Shared Parking Analysis
Appendix T - Water Supply Technical Memorandum
Appendix U - Energy Calculations
Appendix V - Electric and Gas Ability to Server Memorandum
Appendix W, Part 1 - Project Alternatives Traffic Analysis
Appendix W, Part 2 - Project Alternatives Traffic Analysis (Appendices A-B.III)
Appendix W, Part 3 - Project Alternatives Traffic Analysis (Appendices B.IV-F.VI)
Appendix X - Psomas Wastewater Review
6400 E. Pacific Coast Highway, which is bounded by 2nd Street to the north, Pacific Coast Highway to the east, a retail shopping center (Marina Shores Shopping Center) to the south, and Marina Drive to the west. IS
NOP
NOA
The proposed project involves demolition of the existing Seaport Marina Hotel and construction of a commercial center totaling 245,000 square feet, consisting of 95,000 square feet of retail uses, a 55,000-square-foot grocery store, a 25,000-square-foot fitness/health club, approximately 70,000 square feet of restaurant uses, and 1,150 parking spaces. The proposed commercial structures would be one- and two-story buildings with a maximum height of 35 feet as defined by the Long Beach Municipal Code.
5365 Cherry Avenue Opportunities for Learning Charter School

Notice of Intent to Adopt/Negative Declaration
Initial Study

The project site is located in the City of Long Beach at the southwest corner of Cherry Avenue and East Market Street at 5365 Cherry Avenue. The Assessor Parcel Number (APN) for the project site is 7129-003-029.

ND
NOA
NOI
IS

The applicant is proposing the lease of a 23,580-square-foot site at 5365 Cherry Avenue to be used as an independent study learning center by the Opportunities for Learning (OFL) Charter School program. The site includes a one-story, 6,804 square-foot commercial building currently being used as a shoe store, and surface parking lots to the west and south of the existing building. The proposed project would retain the existing parking lots and the existing building frame, with modifications to the interior of the building.

Staybridge Suites Hotel

Notice of Intent to Adopt
Initial Study - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Appendix A - Site Plans
Appendix B - CalEEMod Results
Appendix C - Noise Measurement Results and HUD DNL Calculations
Appendix D - Traffic Study


The project site consists of two areas: one area with the proposed hotel building and parking structure, and another area subject to the proposed zone change. The hotel area is located on an approximately 5.6-acre property at 2640 North Lakewood Boulevard. The area is situated along the north side of Willow Street, east of the intersection with North Lakewood Boulevard and directly south of Interstate 405. The zone change area is a 6.7-acre area on both sides of Lakewood Boulevard, north of Willow Street. This zone change area includes 4141 to 4217 Willow Street and 2610 Lakewood Boulevard. MND
NOA
NOI
IS


The proposed project involves demolition of the existing two-story hotel and construction of a new six-story, 125-room hotel and two-level parking structure as well as an associated zone change (described below) to accommodate the proposed hotel. The project also includes relocating the pool from its current location between the existing two-story, 50-room hotel and 13-story hotel, to the center of the site. The project would result in a net increase of 75 hotel rooms. The project also includes the addition of 2,496 sf of conference room space. The existing 13-story hotel building would remain unchanged. The new hotel would connect to the existing 13-story hotel on the first floor. The proposed restaurant would be accessible from the interior of the new hotel and the existing 13-story hotel.
Dorado Residential Development Project

Executive Summary
1 Introduction
2 Project Description
3 Environmental Setting
4 Environmental Impact Analysis
5 Other CEQA Required Discussions
6 Alternatives
7 References
Appendix A Initial StudyNotice of Preparation and Comments Part 1
Appendix A Initial StudyNotice of Preparation and Comments Part 2
Appendix A Initial StudyNotice of Preparation and Comments Part 3
Appendix B Cultural Resources Reports
Appendix C Trip Generation Study

NOP
Initial Study
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
The project site is located within the city of Long Beach in Los Angeles County. The site is along the west side of Norwalk Boulevard, north of East Wardlow Road and immediately adjacent to the corporate boundary that divides the cities of Long Beach and Hawaiian Gardens. EIR
NOP
IS

The proposed project would involve the demolition of the existing church and the construction of 40 twostory single family residences. The residential lots would range from 3,696 sf to 5,681 sf in size. This section describes the project applicant, project location, existing site characteristics, the proposed project’s characteristics, project objectives, and approvals needed to implement the project.

Bicycle Master Plan

Notice of Intent to Adopt
Negative Declaration

City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, California

NOI
ND

The proposed project is a revision to the original 2001 Long Beach Bicycle Master Plan (2001 Plan). The proposed update to the 2001 Plan will serve as the guiding document that contributes to the transformation of Long Beach into the most bicycle friendly city in the United States. The continued development of the City’s network of bicycle facilities will not only make bicycling a more viable mode of transportation, but will contribute to an enhanced quality of life in the City that includes increased public health, community development and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

Shoreline Gareway East Tower Project

Shoreline Draft EIR Addendum
Appendix A - Air Quality Study
Appendix B - Greenhouse Gas Emissions Study
Appendix C - Noise Study
Appendix D - Traffic Study
Appendix D Part 2 - Traffic Study

2007 SEIR
Sec00.TableofContents
Sec01.Introduction
Sec02.Executive Summary
Sec03.ProjectDescription
Sec04.Cumulative
Sec05-00.EnvironmentalAnalysis
Sec05-01.Aesthetics
Sec06.LongTermImplications
Sec07.Alternatives
Sec08.Mitigation
Sec09.SignificanceAfterMitigation
Sec10.EFNTBS
Sec11.Organizations
Sec12.Bibliography
Sec13.MitigationMonitoring
Sec14.Response to Comments

2006 EIR
Sec00.TableofContents
Sec01.Introduction
Sec02.ExecutiveSummary
Sec03.ProjectDescription
Sec04.Cumulative
Sec05.EnvironmentalAnalysis
Sec05-01.LandUse
Sec05-02.Aesthetics
Sec05-03.Traffic
Sec05-04.AirQuality
Sec05-05.Noise
Sec05-06.Hazards
Sec05-07.Cultural
Sec05-08.PublicServices
Sec06.LongTermImplications
Sec07.Alternatives
Sec08.InventoryMitMeas
Sec09.SignificanceAfterMitigation
Sec10.EFNTBS
Sec11.PersonsConsulted
Sec12.Bibliography
Sec13.MitMonProgram
Sec14.CommentsResponses

The Project site is located at 777 East Ocean Boulevard in the City of Long Beach, California.The site is bounded by the Shoreline Gateway West Tower (West Tower) to the west, E.Medio Street to the north, and Alamitos Avenue/E. Shoreline Drive to the east. The site isapproximately 0.1 mile north of Alamitos Beach and the Shoreline Yacht Club. Figure 1shows the location of the site within the region. Figure 2 shows the Project site within itslocal context. The project site is currently a parking lot; see Figure 3 for existing siteconditions.

Addendum to EIR A request to allow a 35-story mixed-use building (East Tower) with 315 residential units and 6,711 square feet of retail/restaurant space. The East Tower was previously approved with 221 residential units and 6,367 square feet of retail/restaurant space as part of the approved Shoreline Gateway Master Plan.  The building would be constructed on a vacant parcel, in the Downtown Planned Development District (PD-30).
Alamitos BESS Project

Revised NOI
Revised MND
Alamitos BESS Project NOI
Public Review Draft IS/MND
Appendix A - Air Quality-Greenhouse Gas Data
Appendix B - Sea Level Rise Analysis
Appendix C - Noise Data
The proposed project site is situated at the Alamitos Generating Station located at 690 North Studebaker Road, within the City of Long Beach in Los Angeles County. NOI
IS
MND
AES Southland Energy, LLC (AES) proposes to construct a 300-megawatt battery energy storage system (BESS) facility at the existing Alamitos Generating Station. The BESS would consist of three 50-foot high buildings and would be constructed within an existing surface parking lot on the generating station property. The project would include ancillary facilities such as a chiller plant (utilized as a cooling system for BESS facilities) and necessary utility connections. The project would also include parking, landscaping, and open space improvements in various portions of the generating station site.
2 61st Place Rezoning from CNR to R-2-1

Notice of Determination

Negative Declaration ND-03-16 full package

Notice of Completion

Notice of Intent to Adopt Negative Declaration

Initial Study and Negative Declaration

2 61st Place, Long Beach, CA 90802

NOD
NOC
NOI
ND
IS

The applicant requests a Zone Change from CNR to R-2-I, which would apply to the subject site only, for the purposes of demolishing the existing single-family dwelling and garage, and constructing a new three-story single-family dwelling and garage conforming to the R-2-I development standards.

Southeast Area Specific Plan (SEASP)

Draft Response to Comments
  • Appendix A. Comment Letters on DEIR
  • Appendix B. Comment Letters on DEIR Recirculated Traffic Section
  • Appendix C. Biological Resources
  • Appendix D. Traffic Data
  • Appendix E. Infrastructure Report
  • Appendix F. PC Study Session Meeting Minutes August 18, 2016
  • Appendix G. Petitions
  • DEIR

    NOA
    Summary of Revisions
    Chapter 5-16
    Appendix J1 TIA
    Appendix J2 TDM Plan
    Appendix J3 VMT Memo

    SEASP NOA
    SEASP Hearing Draft Specific Plan
    Local Coastal Program

    Draft EIR:
    Title Page
    Ch_00_TOC
    Ch_01
    Ch_02
    Ch_03
    Ch_04
    Ch_05-00
    Ch_05-01 AE
    Ch_05-02 AG
    Ch_05-03 AQ
    Ch_05-04 BIO
    Ch_05-05 CUL
    Ch_05-06 GEO
    Ch_05-07 GHG
    Ch_05-08-HAZ
    Ch_05-09 HYD
    Ch_05-10 LU
    Ch_05-11 MIN
    Ch_05-12 N
    Ch-05-13 PH
    Ch_05-14 PS
    Ch_05-15 REC
    Ch_05-16 T
    Ch_05-17 USS
    Ch_06
    Ch_07
    Ch_08
    Ch_09
    Ch_10
    Ch_11
    Ch_12
    Ch_13

    Appendices:
    Title Page
    Ch_00_TOC
    A_NOP and Initial Study
    B_NOP Comments
    C_AQ and GHG Modeling
    D_Bio Resources and Wetland
    E_Cultural Resources
    F_Geotechnical
    G_Phase 0 Site Assessment
    H_Infrastructure
    I_Noise Modeling
    J_TIA
    K_Public Services Correspondence
    L_Water Supply Assessment
    M_Draft MMRP

    Notice of Preparation
    Initial Study
    Comment Card

  • The project area is on the southeast edge of the City of Long Beach, California, within Los Angeles County and bordering Orange County. The project encompasses 1,475 acres consisting of the area south of 7th Street, east of Bellflower Boulevard, east of the Long Beach Marine Stadium and Alamitos Bay docks, south of Colorado Street, and north and west of Long Beach's southern boundary. The Los Cerritos Channel and San Gabriel River run through the project area toward the Alamitos Bay and Pacific Ocean and are included as part of the project area. NOP
    IS
    EIR

    The proposed project would replace the current 1,475-acre PD-1 zoning district with a new Specific Plan covering 1,466 acres and remove nine acres from the PD-1 boundaries to convert to conventional zoning. Therefore, the project would change the boundaries of PD-1 so that the project would consist of two separate areas: 1) 1,466 acres within the boundaries of the current 1,475-acre PD-1 (the "Southeast Area Specific Plan" area, or the "Specific Plan" area), and 2) nine acres within the current PD-1 directly west of the Marina Vista Park (or "Conventional Zoning Area"). Both of these areas combined constitute the "project area" and the "project" for purposes of CEQA.

    Los Cerritos Wetlands Restoration and Oil Consolidation Project

    BOMP stamped NOA
    BOMP NOC

    Los Cerritos NOP
    Los Cerritos Initial Study

    LosCerritosWetlandsDEIR_Vol1
    LosCerritosWetlandsDEIR_Vol2_AppsA-B
    LosCerritosWetlandsDEIR_Vol3_AppsC-D
    LosCerritosWetlandsDEIR_Vol4_AppsE-F3
    LosCerritosWetlandsDEIR_Vol5_AppsF4-K

    0_ExecutiveSummary
    1_Introduction
    2_ProjectDescription
    3_IntrototheEnvAnalysis
    3-01_Aesthetics
    3-02_AirQuality
    3-03_BiologicalResources
    3-04_CulturalResources
    3-05_Geology
    3-06_GHGEmissions
    3-07_HazardsandHazardousMaterials
    3-08_HydrologyandWaterQuality
    3-09_LandUseandPlanning
    3-10_MineralResources
    3-11_Noise
    3-12_PopulationandEmployment
    3-13_PublicServices
    3-14_Recreation
    3-15_TransportationandTraffic
    3-16_TribalCulturalResources
    3-17_UtilitiesandServiceSystems
    3-18_EnergyConsumption
    4_OtherCEQAConsiderations
    5_Alternatives
    6_ReportPreparers
    7_Abbreviations-AcronymsandGlossary

    Appendix A Complete
    Appendix B Complete
    AppendixC1_Part1a
    AppendixC1_Part1b
    AppendixC1_Part2
    AppendixC1_Appendices_Part1
    AppendixC1_Appendices_Part2
    AppendixC2_Part1a
    AppendixC2_Part1b
    AppendixC2_Part2
    AppendixC2_AppendixA_Part1
    AppendixC2_AppendixA_Part2
    AppendixC3
    Appendix D1
    AppendixD2-D3
    Appendix E Complete
    AppendixF1
    AppendixF2
    AppendixF3
    AppendixF4_Part1
    AppendixF4_Part2
    AppendixF5-F8
    Appendix G1-G2
    AppendixG3
    AppendixG4
    Appendix H Complete
    Appendix I Complete
    Appendix J Complete
    Appendix K Complete

    The project is comprised of four sites located at: 6422 E. 2nd Street (Synergy Oil Field Site); 6701 E. Pacific Coast Highway (Pumpkin Patch site); northeast corner of Studebaker Road and 2nd Street (Los Cerritos Wetland Authority site); and 2nd Street and Shopkeeper Road (City-Property site) in the City of Long Beach.

    NOA
    NOC
    NOP
    IS

    The project would implement a comprehensive wetlands restoration project which will restore a privately-owned oil field in the City of Long Beach through creation of a wetlands mitigation bank. The project includes the relocation of certain oil facilities currently located on the Synergy Oil Field and City-owned property to two off-site properties (Los Cerritos Wetland Authority Site and Pumpkin Patch site).

    Land Use Element/Urban Design Element

    Final EIR
    Final Appendices 1 of 3
    Final Appendices 2 of 3
    Final Appendices 3 of 3

    Notice of Availability
    Complete Draft EIR
    Master TOC
    1.0 Executive Summary
    2.0 Introduction
    3.0 Project Description
    4.0 Existing Environmental Setting
    4.1 Aesthetics
    4.2 Air Quality
    4.3 GHG
    4.4 Land Use and Planning
    4.5 Noise
    4.6 Population and Housing
    4.7 Public Services
    4.8 Transportation Traffic
    4.9 Utilities
    5.0 Alternatives1
    6.0 Long-Term Implications
    7.0 MMRP
    8.0 Significant Unavoidable
    9.0 Persons Contacted
    10.0 List of Preparers
    11.0 References
    12.0 List of Acronyms

    Appendix A-NOP and IS
    Appendix B-AQ and GHG Report
    Appendix C-Noise Impact Analysis
    Appendix D-Public services Letters
    Appendix E-TIA
    Appendix F-UDE Part 1
    Appendix F-UDE Part 2
    Appendix F-LUE Part 1
    Appendix F-LUE Part 2
    Appendix F-LUE Part 3

    Notice of Preparation
    Initial Study
    Draft Land Use Element
    Draft Urban Design Element

    The project site includes the entire area within the City limits of the City of Long Beach (City) (excluding the City of Signal Hill, which is completely surrounded by the City of Long Beach) in Los Angeles County (County), California. The City is bordered on the west by the Cities of Carson and Los Angeles (including Wilmington and the Port of Los Angeles); on the north by the Cities of Compton, Paramount, and Bellflower; on the east by the Cities of Lakewood, Hawaiian Gardens, Cypress, Los Alamitos, and Seal Beach. The City is also bordered by the unincorporated communities of Rancho Dominguez to the north and Rossmoor to the east. The Pacific Ocean borders the southern portion of the City, and as such, portions of the City are located within the California Coastal Zone.

    NOA
    EIR
    NOP
    IS
    In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and its Guidelines, this Initial Study (IS) has been prepared for the proposed General Plan Land Use and Urban Design Elements Project (proposed project) located in the City of Long Beach (City). Consistent with State CEQA Guidelines Section 15063, this IS includes a description of the project and an identification of the environmental setting and potential environmental effects.

    This IS evaluates the potential environmental impacts that may result the proposed project. The City is the Lead Agency under CEQA. Implementation of this project would include approval of discretionary actions by the City. Therefore, the City Council is responsible for approval of the environmental documentation and for approval of the project.

    PCH & 2nd

    PCH & 2nd Project Initial Study
    PCH & 2nd NOP

    6400 E. Pacific Coast Highway (bounded by 2nd Street to the north, Pacific Coast Highway to the east, a retail shopping center (Marina Shores Shopping Center) to the south, and Marina Drive to the west.

    IS
    NOP
    The proposed project involves demolition of the existing Seaport Marina Hotel and construction of a commercial center totaling 245,000 square feet (216,000 square feet of retail space and 29,000 square feet of restaurant space) and 1,172 on-site parking spaces (1,044 space three-level parking structure and 128 surface parking spaces). The proposed commercial structures would be one- and two-story buildings with a maximum height of 35 feet.
    Belmont Pool Final EIR

    Final EIR Part 1
    Final EIR Part 2

    Belmont Pool NOA
    Cover Volume I
    Master TOC
    1.0 Executive Summary
    2.0 Introduction
    3.0 Project Description
    4.0 Existing Environmental Setting
    4.1 Aesthetics
    4.2 Air Quality
    4.3 Biological Resources
    4.4 Cultural Resources
    4.5 Geology
    4.6 Global Climate Change
    4.7 Hazards and Hazardous Materials
    4.8 Hydrology-Water Quality
    4.9 Land Use
    4.10 Noise
    4.11 Recreation
    4.12 Transportation and Traffic
    4.13 Utilities
    5.0 Alternatives
    6.0 Long-Term Implications
    7.0 MMRP
    8.0 List of Preparers
    9.0 References
    Cover Volume II

    Re-Issued NOP
    Revitalization Initial Study
    Notice of Preparation
    Initial Study

    4000 East Olympic Plaza, Long Beach, CA 90803

    Belmont Pool is located in Belmont Shore Beach Park in southeast Long Beach. The existing pool complex is bounded by the beach and the Pacific Ocean to the south, the City's Beach Maintenance Yard and a large parking lot that provides parking for the beach, Belmont Pool, beach volleyball, Rosie's Dog Beach, and a boat launch to the southeast, East Olympic Plaza to the north, and the Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier parking lot to the northwest.

    Re-NOP
    Revitalization IS
    NOP
    IS

    The project proposes the demolition of the existing Belmont Pool complex (the indoor and outdoor features) and the construction and operation of a replacement pool complex that includes indoor and outdoor pool components. Spectator seating will be provided for approximately 3,500 people through a combination of permanent and portable seating in the indoor and outdoor areas.

    Approved/Certified

    Downtown and TOD Pedestrian Master Plan

    Negative Declaration
    Notice of Availability

    City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, California. The study area is divided into three major districts, roughly along the Blue Line light rail between Interstate 405 and the Harbor. The proposed project includes a list of high priority projects that strikes a balance between the Wardlow, Midtown and Downtown Districts.

    Wardlow District:
    The Wardlow and Will Blue Line station areas are home to a high concentration of seniors and disconnected streets that terminate at the Blue Line. An underutilized Metro right-of-way presents an opportunity to better connect pedestrians at both stations.

    Midtown District: Anaheim Street and Pacific Coast Highway, each with a Blue Line station at Long Beach Boulevard, are major corridors with high levels of traffic and a high incidence of pedestrian collisions.

    Downtown Districts: The Downtown district boundary is largely drawn from the City of Long Beach, which includes four sub-districts: North Pine, East Village, West End, and the Downtown Core. This District encompasses four Blue Line stations at 1st Street, the Transit Gallery, Pacific, and 5th Street.

    ND
    NOA

    As an amendment to the adopted Mobility Element of the City’s General Plan, the proposed Downtown and TOD Pedestrian Master Plan (PMP) is intended to provide policies, guidelines and standards to ensure that all capital projects incorporate best practices for pedestrian design. The PMP identifies high priority catalytic infrastructure investments that the City of Long Beach can implement over the next 15 years. The PMP will be consistent with, and further define, the Downtown Plan and Pedestrian Priority Areas identified in the Mobility Element. The PMP will work as a model or framework for the rest of the City. It will include a list of capital improvement projects so the City can pursue funding. It will include short-term (detailed), mid-term and long-term projects along with cost estimates for the short-term projects to assist in the grant process funding. The PMP will give guidance to the City’s Public Works Department for urban design issues.

    Midtown Specific Plan

    Midtown Specific Plan FEIR & MMRP
    Midtown Specific Plan NOA
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    Apndx A_IS-NOP
    Apndx B_NOP & Scoping Meeting Comnt Ltrs
    Apndx C_AQ&GHG
    Apndx D_Historic Resources Report
    Apndx E_Enviro Database Search
    Apndx F_Infrastructure Technical Report
    Apndx G_Noise
    Apndx H_Service Provider Responses\Fire_LBFD Response
    Apndx H_Service Provider Responses\Library_LB Public Library Response
    Apndx H_Service Provider Responses\Police_LBPD Response
    Apndx H_Service Provider Responses\Schools_LBUSD Response
    Apndx H_Service Provider Responses\Wastewater_LBWD Responses
    Apndx I_Transportation Impact Analysis
    Apndx J_Water Availability Assessment

    Initial Study
    Notice of Preparation (NOP)
    Scoping Meeting Presentation
    Final Draft Midtown Specific Plan

    The Project Site (generally situated east of Pacific Avenue, west of Atlantic Avenue, north of Anaheim Street, and south of Wardlow Road) is just north of downtown Long Beach and consists of three areas: the Midtown Specific Plan area and two Conventional Zoning areas. The Midtown Specific Plan area spans approximately 353 acres from Anaheim Street to Spring Street.

    NOA
    IS
    NOP
    The Midtown Specific Plan (Specific Plan) provides a framework for the development and improvement of a 353-acre corridor along Long Beach Boulevard. The Specific Plan would increase the number of permitted residential units within the Specific Plan area to just over 3,600 units (a net increase of 1,800 units over existing conditions) and the commercial and employment building square footage to just under 2.8 million square feet (a net increase of almost 350,000 square feet over existing conditions). The buildout projections also assume a small increase in the number of licensed hospital beds and addition of a business hotel.
    New Civic Center Project

    Final SEIR
    Cover and TOC
    0.0 Executive Summary
    1.0 Introduction
    2.0 Project Description
    3.0 Environmental Setting
    4.0 Environmental Impact Analysis
    4.1 Aesthetics
    4.2 Air Quality
    4.3 Cultural Resources
    4.4 GHG Emissions
    4.5 Noise
    4.6 Transportation and Traffic
    5.0 Other CEQA
    6.0 Alternatives
    7.0 References
    8.0 Response to Comments
    9.0 MMRP

    Appendix A Initial Study/NOP and NOP Comment Letters
    Appendix B Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Technical Data
    Appendix C Cultural Resources Study
    Appendix D Noise Data and Calculations
    Appendix E Transportation Impact Analysis

    Civic Center Project SEIR Planning Commission 8/20/2015 Study Session Presentation

    Notice of Preparation
    Initial Study

    Civic Center Project Website

    Notice of Availability

    Civic Center Project Draft SEIR - Part I
    Civic Center Project Draft SEIR - Part II

    Appendix A - Initial Study/NOP and NOP Comment Letters
    Appendix B - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Technical Data
    Appendix C - Cultural Resources Study
    Appendix D - Noise Data and Calculations
    Appendix E - Transportation Impact Analysis

    The project site includes several areas throughout downtown Long Beach: Civic Block, Lincoln Park Block, Third & Pacific Block, and Center Block. The larger portion of the project site is bounded by Magnolia Avenue and Chestnut Avenue to the west, Broadway to the north, Pacific Avenue to the east, and Ocean Boulevard to the south. In addition, a smaller part of the project site is bounded by Third Street, Cedar Avenue, and Pacific Avenue.

    NOP
    IS
    NOA
    The design of the proposed Civic Center project follows the guidance of the Downtown Plan, which was adopted in January 2012. A Final Program Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) was prepared for the Downtown Plan in accordance with CEQA and certified in January 2012. The project includes a new City Hall, a new Port Building for Harbor Department administration, a new and relocated Main Library, a redeveloped Lincoln Park, a residential development, and a commercial mixed use development. In total, the proposal includes six new buildings, three new parking garages, related infrastructure and landscaping, and two new public street extensions of Chestnut Avenue and Cedar Avenue through the project site. Both the City Hall and Port buildings would be 11 stories in height. The project also includes the demolition of the former Long Beach Courthouse building. The Long Beach Courthouse Demolition Project was studied in a Draft EIR (SCH# 2014051003) that was circulated in October and November of 2014.
    Riverwalk Residential Development Project

    FEIR part 1
    FEIR part 2
    FEIR part 3
    FEIR part 4
    FEIR part 5

    Notice of Availability
    Initial Study
    Notice of Preparation

    Riverwalk DEIR
    Appendix A - Initial Study/NOP and NOP Comment Letters
    Appendix B - Applicant Submittal Package
    Appendix B part2
    Appendix C - Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Technical Data
    Appendix D - Culaural Resources Study
    Appendix E - Geotechnical Investigation
    Appendix F - Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
    Appendix G - Preliminary Hydrology Study
    Appendix H - Noise Impact Study
    Appendix I - Noise Data and Calculations
    Appendix J - Transportation Impact Analysis

    The project site is located at 4747 Daisy Avenue, south of 48th Street, north of the Virginia Country Club and east of the Los Angeles River.

    IS
    NOP
    The proposed Riverwalk Residential Development Project site is 10.56 acres. The project site was formerly the Will J. Reid Boy Scout Camp, but is no longer used by the Boy Scouts and is currently vacant. The proposed project would involve subdividing the project site and developing it into a gated residential community containing 131 detached single family homes on lots with a minimum square footage of 2,400 square feet. The proposed homes would be a mixture of 2 and 3-story homes with a maximum height of 35'6".
    Golden Shore Master Plan

    Final EIR
    Draft EIR

    Bounded by Ocean Blvd. to the N, Shoreline Dr. to the W and S, and parking lots associated with Arco Center to the E, with Golden Shore transecting the site from N to S.

    EIR The proposed project would provide new residential, office, retail, and potential hotel uses, along with associated parking and open space. The project includes three development options, a Residential Option and two Hotel Options, all of which would be entitled through the City of Long Beach. The option ultimately constructed would be selected based on market conditions prevailing at the time entitlement is complete.
    Weber Metals Large Press Expansion

    Weber Metals MND
    Weber Metals NOI

    Appendix A - Energy Study
    Appendix B - Air Quality/Greenhouse Gas Emissions Modeling Results
    Appendix C - Hazards/Hazardous Materials Technical Supplement
    Appendix D - Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
    Appendix E - Hydrology and Water Quality Technical Supplement
    Appendix F - Noise Study
    Appendix G - Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program

    The project site is located on the southern portion of the existing 21-acre Weber Metals facility. Approximately 11.4 of the 21 acres are located within the City of Paramount and the remaining 9.6 acres are located within the City of Long Beach. The facility address is 16706 Garfield Avenue, in the City of Paramount. The Weber Metals facility contains 19 buildings totaling 298,090 square feet (sf) and conducts aluminum and titanium forging operations.

    IS
    MND

    The proposed project includes the expansion of the existing facility through the installation of a new 60,000 ton forging press in a new building on the property. The new forge press would be housed in a new 115,000 sf building at a location in the Weber Metals facility that is entirely within the City of Long Beach. This proposed building would require an 85-foot deep excavation pit to house the press and a 65-foot high main roof to accommodate the height of the press. Supporting equipment within, or adjacent to, the forge building would include:

    • Large gas fired furnaces
    • 3 high temperature rotary furnaces for titanium (~1700 degrees)
    • 2 chain drive furnaces for aluminum (~700 degrees)
    • 4 die heating pedestal style furnaces (~700 degrees)
    • 1 die insert heating furnace (~700 degrees)
    • Semi-automated rail bound manipulators
    • Multiple mobile manipulators and fork trucks
    • Cooling systems for oil hydraulic system
    • Quench tank 
    • Freezers
    • Die storage and maintenance
    • Overhead cranes
    • Die sand blasting booth with bag house
    • Compressed air system
    • Carbon Dioxide fire suppression system

    Oceanaire Apartment

    Notice of Intent
    Public Review Draft IS-MND

    A - Floor Plans
    B - AQ GHG Data
    C - Geotechnical
    D - Noise Data
    E - Traffic

    The proposed project site is located at 150 West Ocean Boulevard (between South Pine

    Avenue and Pacific Avenue) within the City of Long Beach in Los Angeles County.

    IS
    ND

    The project proposes a 216-unit multi-family/mixed-use apartment complex on the 1.76-acre site. The project would include a single structure that would consist of seven levels along West Ocean Boulevard and five levels along West Seaside Way, above a two-level parking structure with ingress/egress along West Seaside Way. The apartment structure would reach a maximum height of 85 feet above West Ocean Boulevard grade and 106.5 feet above West Seaside Way grade. The apartment units would include a mixture of studios, and one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations. Additionally, the project proposes to implement improvements at Victory Park on the northern portion of the project site along West Ocean Boulevard as well as a dog and fitness park on the southwest corner of the project site. Per CEQA Guidelines Section 15072(g)(5), the project site is not listed as a hazardous property as designated under Section 65962.5 of the Government Code.

    442 W. Ocean Blvd

    Notice of Intent to Adopt
    Initial Study

    Appendix A_Floor Plans
    Appendix B_Air Quality-GHG Data
    Appendix C_Geotechnical Investigation
    Appendix D_Noise Data
    Appendix E_Traffic Impact Analysis

    The Proposed project site is located at 442 West Ocean Blvd (between West Ocean Blvd and West Seaside Way), within the City of Long Beach in Los Angeles County.

    IS
    ND
    The proposed project would consist of a 95-unit multi-family apartment complex on the approximately 24,000 square-foot site. The project would include a single structure that would consist of nine levels (one subterranean level and eight aboveground levels). The bottom three levels would consist of parking, and provide 153 on-site parking spaces. The apartment structure would reach a maximum height of 85 feet above West Seaside Way grade. The apartment units would include a mixture of studios, and one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations. Additional amenties include lobby space, a fitness center, and a roof deck. Per CEQA Guidelines Section 15072(g)(5), the project site is not listed as a hazardous property as designated under Section 65962.5 of the Government Code.
    207 Seaside Way

    Notice of Intent to Adopt
    Initial Study

    Appendix A_Floor Plans
    Appendix B_Air Quality-GHG Data
    Appendix C_Geotechnical Investigation
    Appendix D_Noise Data
    Appendix E_Traffic Impact Analysis

    The proposed project site is located at 207 Ease Seaside Way (between EAst Ocean Blve and EAst Seaside Way), within the City of Long Beach in Los Angeles County. 

    IS
    ND

    The proposed project would consist of a 113-unit multi-family apartment complex on the 0.67-acre site. The project would include a single structure that would consist of eight levels (one subterranean level and seven aboveground levels). The bottom three levels would consist of parking, and provide 144 on-site parking spaces. The apartment structure would reach a maximum height of 85 feet above the East Seaside Way grade. The apartment units would include a mixture of studios, and one- and two-bedroon configurations. Additional amenities include a cafe, fitness center, retail space, and a lobby. The roof would primarily consist of mechanical platforms. Per CEQA Guidelines Section 15072(g)(5), the project site is not listed as a hazardous property as designated under Section 65962.5 of the Government Code.

    Pacific Pointe East

    Final Environmental Impact Report
    Pacific Pointe East NOA
    Draft Environmental Impact Report
    Pacific Pointe East Initial Study
    Pacific Pointe East NOP

    Southeast corner of Lakewood Boulevard and Conant Street near the Long Beach Airport

    IS
    NOP
    The proposed project involves construction of three industrial buildings on a site currently improved as a paved surface parking lot. These buildings would have an open floor plan and are intended for light industrial, light manufacturing, warehouse, office, and/or research and development land uses.
    LB East Division Police Substation

    LB Police Station Substation Draft ISMND

    A_AQ_GHG Data
    B_Historic Resource Report
    C_Env Conditions of Property Report
    D_Noise Data
    E_Structural Seismic Risk Assessment

    The proposed East Division Police Substation (herein referenced as the “project”) is located at 3800 E. Willow Street (between Redondo Avenue and Lakewood Boulevard), and would involve the transfer of the Schroeder Hall property (owned by the U.S. Department of Defense) to the City of Long Beach for relocation of the existing East Division Police Substation and Juvenile Investigations Section.

    IS
    ND
    Technical Appendices
    Following a preliminary review of the proposed project, the City of Long Beach determined that the improvements are subject to the guidelines and regulations of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The City has determined an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) to be the appropriate level of environmental analysis under the provisions of CEQA. As the City is seeking a transfer of land under the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) program (or a transition of surplus military property to civilian uses), the proposed project is also subject to environmental review under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) (implementation of which is reviewed and approved by the U.S. Department of the Army). NEPA documentation associated with the proposed project will be processed by the Department of the Army under separate cover.

    2810 East 1st Street

    Sec 00_Table of Contents
    Sec 01_Executive Summary
    Sec 02_Introduction
    Sec 03_Project Description
    Sec 04_Cumulative
    Sec 05-00_Environmental Analysis
    Sec 05-01_Cultural Resources
    Sec 06_Other CEQA Considerations
    Sec 07_Alternatives
    Sec 08_EFNTBS
    Sec 09_Significant Environmental Effects
    Sec 10_References

    Appendix A_IS and NOP Comment Letters
    Appendix B_Historical Resource Report
    Appendix C_Historic Structure Report LSA

    The proposed 2018 East 1st Street Project (herein referenced as the “Project”) islocated north of Ocean Boulevard, between Temple Avenue and Orizaba Avenue, within Long Beach’s Bluff Park Historic District.

    IS
    NOP
    The residence located at 2810 East 1st Street was originally constructed in 1921. In 1982, the Bluff Park Historic District was designated with the 2810 East 1st Street residence identified as a contributing structure. On October 15, 2005, a Certificate of Appropriateness was approved allowing a 523-square foot addition and removal of the rough-textured stucco on the existing residential structure. In December 2005, permitted construction work was initiated. Upon removal of the rough-textured stucco, most of the lath detached from the framing, leaving the framing bare. Termite damage and dry rot in the framing were also discovered during the stucco removal. The former property owner notified the City and requested a Certificate of Appropriateness for demolition and new construction. Since 2005, the residence has remained in its current state.
    Mobility Element

    Notice of Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration

    Negative Declaration
    City of Long Beach, County of Los Angeles, California ND The Mobility Element focuses on the circulation component of the City of Long Beach General Plan and will replace the adopted 1991 Transportation Element.  Compared to the current Transportation Element, the proposed update places more emphasis on pedestrian, bicycling and public transit options, and transformative infrastructure prepared in compliance with the 2008 Complete Streets Act (Assembly Bill 1358), which mandates that circulation elements to include concepts for a balanced, multimodal transportation network that meets the needs of all users of streets and highways including motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, children, person with disabilities, seniors, movers of commercial goods and user of public transportation.

    Drake Park Soccer Field

    Notice of Intent to Adopt

    Initial Study/ Mitigated Negative Declaration

    The project site is bound by Loma Vista Drive and single-family residential uses to the southeast and east, a ceramic factory and industrial uses to the south, De Forest Avenue and the Los Angeles River to the west, and existing industrial and commercial uses to the north. IS The proposed project includes the development of an 8.75 ac new park facility on existing vacant parcels. The proposed project would consist of one striped soccer field, large landscaped open space/passive park areas, a pedestrian walking trail, restroom facilities, and parking (Table 2.2.A). The proposed park would incorporate the existing Loma Vista Park into the new park layout by removing the existing chain-link fencing along the northeastern portions of Loma Vista Park. In addition, the proposed project would use a portion of a City-owned parking lot located near the northwest area of the project site to accommodate the proposed passive park space. The proposed Drake Park Soccer Field Project would be linear in form and would be characterized by an 8 foot (ft) wide pedestrian trail traversing the park from the northeast to southwest. The northeast entrance at Anaheim Street and N. Daisy Avenue is envisioned to be a gateway entrance to the proposed park.
    Long Beach Sports Park

    Addendum to Final EIR
    Willow Springs Master Plan

    South of Spring Street, bounded by California Avenue on the West, Orange Avenue on the East, and the Long Beach Municipal and Sunnyside cemetaries on the South.

    EIR The project analyzed under this EIR Addendum represents a modification of the previously approved Sports Park project. The original 2006 Final Recirculated EIR for the Sports Park project was certified by the Long Beach City Council on April 18, 2006.
    Safran Senior Housing Project

    Notice of Preparation
    Initial Study
    Final EIR

    3215 E. 3rd Street and 304 Obispo Avenue

    NOP
    IS
    EIR
    The proposed project involves conversion of the building that formerly housed the Immanuel Community Church, located at 3215 E. 3rd Street, into a senior housing project consisting of 24 independent low or very low income senior dwelling units, one manager's unit and associated amenities/common areas in 31,006 square feet of floor area. The project also involves demolition of the existing single-family hime and detached garage, located at 304 Obispo Avenue, for construction of a surface parking lot to serve this project. Both properties are located in the Bluff Heights Historic District of Long Beach.
    Urban Village on Long Beach

    Mitigated Negative Declaration
    1081 Long Beach Boulevard ND The Urban Village on Long Beach project would improve three abutting parcels with a five-story building containing 129 condominium units and 175 parking stalls located within an integrated five-level parking garage. Ground floor features would consist of a single garage ingress/egress off Long Beach Boulevard, an entrance lobby, leasing office, and fitness center, along with resident amenities (lounge, game room, event kitchen, and courtyard), units, and parking stalls. Floors two through five would consist solely of residential units and parking stalls. The building would stand approximately 58 feet above the Long Beach Boulevard grade.
    3801 E. 5th Street

    Mitigated Negative Declaration
    3801 E. 5th Street ND The property located at 3801 E. Fifth Street was damaged by fire and is currently unsafe and unihabitable. It is a Craftsman bungalow that was constructed in 1920 and is a contributing building within the locally designated Belmont Heights Historic District. The property owner is proposing to restore the building in a historically accurate manner.
    Final Downtown Plan

    Sections 1-2
    Section 3: Part 1
    Section 3: Part 2
    Section 4

    Final EIR Part 1; Final EIR Part 2; Final EIR Part 3; Final EIR Part 4; Draft EIR; Appendix A; Appendix B, Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3; Appendix C; Appendix D; Appendix E; Appendix F; Appendix G

    Notice of Preparation
    Bounded by Los Angeles River on the west; Ocean Boulevard on the south; generally follows portions of 7th and 10th Streets on the north; and land on both sides of Alamitos Avenue on the east. May be expanded to include 33-acre area south of 10th Street. EIR
    NOP
    The project is the adoption and implementation of the proposed Long Beach Downtown Plan (DTP), which would replace the existing PD-30 planned development ordinance for the DTP area. The proposed DTP would incorporate zoning, development standards, and design guidelines to establish design and development criteria to guide new development that would be consistent with the community vision for the Downtown.
    4201 E. Willow

    Mitigated Negative Declaration; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C; Appendix D; Appendix E; Appendix F; Appendix G
    4201 E. Willow St. ND The proposed project is a mixed-use development that would include a 9,121 sf retail building and a 4,296 sf automated car wash. There will be 67 parking spaces on site after project implementation, including 14 spaces for the car wash and 53 spaces for the retail uses. The proposed project includes the demolition of portions of the existing dealership, including the service and parts department. Due to the unique architecture and potential historic significance of the existing buildings and features, the project would reuse the entire Ray Vines Chrysler Plymouth Dealership showroom building and the original pole sign.
    Long Beach Plastic Carryout Bag Ordinance

    Addendum to the Ordinances to Ban Plastic Carryout Bags in Los Angeles County Final EIR
    Citywide EIR The proposed ordinance would ban the issuance of plastic carryout bags and impose a 10 cent charge on the issuance of recyclable paper carryout bags at all supermarkets and other grocery stores, pharmacies, drug stores, convenience stores, foodmarts, and Long Beach farmers markets. The ordinance would require a store to provide or make available to a customer only recyclable paper carryout bags or reusable bags. The ordinance would also encourage a store to educate its staff to promote reusable bags and to post signs encouraging customers to use reusable bags.
    Pine Square Theater Conversion to Residential

    Negative Declaration

    250-270 Pacific Avenue

    ND

    Proposal to convert the theater space from the closed AMC Pine Square 16-screen movie theater into 69 residential apartment units. 112,079 square feet of new residential space, in two levels, will be created from the existing highceilinged one-level theater envelope. The existing 142 residential dwelling units will remain, as well as the existing retail spaces on Pine Avenue, 3rd Street and Broadway. A small amount of floor area from the theater box offices, approximately 538 square feet, will be converted into new commercial retail space, bringing the total leasable retail floor area on-site to 37,240 square feet.

    Colorado Lagoon

    Final EIR Addendum
    SE portion of LB, NW of San Gabriel River mouth, and upstream fr Marine Stadium & Alamitos Bay. EIR The primary goals of the proposed project are to: (1) create habitat that can successfully establish and support native plant and animal communities in the long term, (2) implement long-term water quality control measures, and (3) enhance the Lagoon's value as a recreational resource. The proposed project provides a framework to coordinate these various and potentially competing interests.
    100 E. Ocean Boulevard Acquisition Project

    Negative Declaration
    100 E. Ocean Boulevard ND 07-10 The proposed project involves acquisition of a privately-owned property at 100 E. Ocean Boulevard by the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency (Redevelopment Agency) for the purpose of land assembly for future development. Acquisition of the subject property would allow the Redevelopment Agency to improve the physical appearance of the subject property in the short term while encouraging long term redevelopment of the site, as well as improve access to Victory Park. Physical enhancements may include new signage, fencing and landscaping to improve the aesthetic conditions of the property. The subject property would be acquired by the Redevelopment Agency through a negotiated agreement, or upon determination by the Redevelopment Agency, by eminent domain.
    Oregon Park

    Negative Declaration
    4951 Oregon Avenue ND 04-10 The City of Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine Department intends to develop the 3.3-acre lot with a neighborhood park. Proposed improvements would include a regulation soccer field with lights, a tot lot, group picnic area, walking path and prefabricated restrooms. A total of 42 parking spaces would be added and a portion of the public right of way and Los Angeles flood channel would be landscaped with drought tolerant trees and shrubs.
    Aquarium of the Pacific "Pacific Visions" Expansion

    Negative Declaration
    100 Aquarium Way ND 01-10

    The proposed project involves construction of a 23,330-square foot addition (14% floor area increase) to an existing 166,447-square foot aquarium facility. The project consists of a new wing with a "media-based chamber," an expanded retail store, and a new front entrance. The Aquarium's total ground lease area is 276,371 square feet (6.34 acres). The project will be designed and built to the USGBC's LEED Gold standards with "add-alternate" design plans to bring the project to Platinum status if funding is available.

    925 East PCH Lease Acquisition Project

    Mitigated Negative Declaration
    925-945 East Pacific Coast Highway ND

    The proposed project involves acquisition of a lease on the Redevelopment Agency-owned property located at 925-945 E. Pacific Coast Highway. The lease, which expires on March 11, 2013, would be acquired by the Redevelopment Agency through negotiated agreement, or upon determination by the Redevelopment Agency, by eminent domain. The project also involves demolition or rehabilitation of the existing project site building for the purposes of blight removal.

    Historic Preservation Element

    Notice of Intent to Adopt

    Negative Declaration
    Citywide ND This Historic Preservation Element is intended to better integrate historic preservation into City procedures and interdepartmental decisions, and to create a meaningful partnership with the community in order to implement the City's historic preservation program. As set forth in the Vision Statement, the Historic Preservation Element is intended to ensure that the rich history of Long Beach is preserved through the identification, protection, and celebration of its historic resources which are valued for their role in the City's environment, urban design, economic prosperity, and contributions to the quality of life in its neighborhoods. The Historic Preservation Element establishes the goals, policies and implementation measures that affirm the City's commitment to historic preservation.
    Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market

    Notice of Intent to Adopt

    Initial Study
    3300 Atlantic Ave. IS

    The project site consists of ten lots on 1.38 acres: five located in the City of Long Beach and five in the City of Signal Hill. The five lots located in Long Beach total 30,198 square feet and are located on the east side of Atlantic Avenue and north of East 33rd Street at 3300 Atlantic Avenue. The applicant is proposing to construct a new single-story, 14,304 square-foot Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market with 17 parking spaces north of the building on the .69-acre Long Beach site. Two accessory parking lots, separated from the market by a 20' wide alley and containing a total of 52 parking stalls, comprise the remaining project acreage and lie within the City of Signal Hill. The lots in Signal Hill consist of a 100' wide x 120' deep parcel and a 150' wide x 120' deep parcel separated by 100'. Both of these lots will be improved as open parking lots for the retail use. The parking lots also contain a trash enclosure, transformer, and cart corral.

    Studebaker LB, LLC Tank Removal Project

    Notice of Intent to Adopt

    Revised Mitigated Negative Declaration
    400 N. Studebaker Rd. ND The project site is a nearly rectangular shaped 17.8 acre parcel located on the east side of Studebaker Road at the Loynes Drive/Studebaker Road intersection. The project site contains six above-ground storage tanks (ASTs), conveyance pipelines, and containment berms. The four large ASTs (tanks Nos. 1,2,3,4) originally stored Fuel Oil No. 6, which formerly fueled the adjacent power plant. The remaining smaller ASTs (cutter tank Nos. 1 and 2) have been used to store distilled oil. The tanks are surrounded by a berm system originally constructed to contain any tank spills. There are no existing occupants or land uses on the site.
    Ramona Park Senior Apartments

    Negative Declaration

    Historic Resource Assessment
    Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 and Part 6
    3290 and 3232 Artesia Blvd. ND The proposed project is an affordable senior apartment complex for seniors 55 years and older. The proposed three-story building will consist of 61 residential units, including 49 one-bedroom units, 11 two-bedroom units, and one three-bedroom managers unit. Amenities will include a large central courtyard, a pool, spa, fire pit, picnic area, exercise room, community rooms, classroom and recreation rooms. A second parcel, APN#7120-003-033, is included in the project and currently exhibits the Windsor Gardens Convalescent Center at 3232 East Artesia. This parcel will only undergo a general plan amendment and zone change as part of the proposed project.
    Alamitos Bay Marina

    Final EIR
    SE portion of LA County within City of Long Beach. Adjacent and NW of San Gabriel River mouth. EIR The City is the Lead Agency for the project and will prepare the EIR in accordance with the requirements of CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. In early 2008, the City prepared an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for the Alamitos Bay Marina Rehabilitation Project. Mitigation measures to reduce potentially significant effects to less than significant levels were incorporated into the project, and the IS/MND was circulated for public review from April 4, 2008 to May 5, 2008. Comments were received from reviewing agencies and issues were raised in the comments received that have yet to be resolved. Therefore, due to and abundance of caution, the City has elected to elevate the level of CEQA review to an EIR.
    Bahia Marina

    Initial Study
    6289 E. Pacific Coast Highway IS The proposed project involves maintenance dredging for the Cerritos Bahia Marina to maintain sufficient water depth for marina operations. The proposed dredge depth for the project is –6 feet mean lower low water (mllw) with an allowable over dredge of +2 feet. The volume of material to be removed is 26,867 cubic yards (cy). A volume of 11,086 cy is available to –6 feet (mllw) and 15,781 cy is available in the +2 foot over dredge volume.
    North Village Center

    Final EIR

    Draft EIR Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

    Appendix Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

    Notice of Preparation
    Initial Study
    Bounded by South St., Linden Ave., 59th St., and Lime Ave. EIR 01-08
    NOP
    IS

    The proposed project involves the redevelopment of an approximately 6.3-acre site in the City of Long Beach with a mixed-use “village center” project. This section describes the project location, characteristics of the site and the proposed development, project objectives, and the approvals needed to implement the project.

    Hotel Sierra

    EIR
    290 Bay Street EIR 01-09

    This is an addendum to the Supplemental EIR 14-04 for the Pike at Rainbow Harbor project. This project consists of a new 5-story 125-room hotel with approximately 15,000 square feet of ground floor retail space, to be located at 290 Bay Street. Parking is to be provided at the 2,211-space Pike parking structure.

    Alamitos Bay Marina

    Notice of Preparation
    SE portion of LA county within City of LB. Adjacent and NW of San Gabriel River mouth. NOP The City is the Lead Agency for the project and will prepare the EIR in accordance with the requirements of CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. In early 2008, the City prepared an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for the Alamitos Bay Marina Rehabilitation Project. Mitigation measures to reduce potentially significant effects to less than significant levels were incorporated into the project, and the IS/MND was circulated for public review from April 4, 2008 to May 5, 2008. Comments were received from reviewing agencies and issues were raised in the comments received that have yet to be resolved. Therefore, due to and abundance of caution, the City has elected to elevate the level of CEQA review to an EIR.
    Golden Shore Master Plan

    Notice of Preparation
    Bounded by Ocean Blvd. to the N, Shoreline Dr. to the W and S, and parking lots associated with Arco Center to the E, with Golden Shore transecting the site from N to S. NOP The proposed project would provide new residential, office, retail, and potential hotel uses, along with associated parking and open space. The project includes two development options, a Residential Option and a Hotel Option, both of which would be entitled through the City of Long Beach. However, only one option would be ultimately constructed based on market conditions prevailing at the time entitlement is complete.
    Colorado Lagoon Restoration Project

    Final EIR
    SE portion of LB, NW of San Gabriel River mouth, and upstream fr Marine Stadium & Alamitos Bay. EIR 30-07 The primary goals of the proposed project are to: (1) create habitat that can successfully establish and support native plant and animal communities in the long term, (2) implement long-term water quality control measures, and (3) enhance the Lagoon’s value as a recreational resource. The proposed project provides a framework to coordinate these various and potentially competing interests.
    Douglas Park Rezone Project

    Addendum to Final EIR
    Appendix A
    Appendix B
    Appendix C
    Appendix D
    Appendix E
    Appendix F
    Appendix G
    CEQA Findings
    Douglas Park Rezone Project Appendix A - Air Quality
    Appendix B - Drainage
    Appendix C - SUSMP
    Appendix D - Reclaimed Water
    Appendix E - Sewer Technical Study
    Appendix F - Traffic Memoranda
    Appendix G - FAA Determinations
    CEQA Findings and MMRP
    Rancho Dominguez Annexation

    Negative Declaration
    Rancho Dominguez Industrial Area ND 18-06 Annexation of approx. 880 acres of the unincorporated LA County Rancho Dominguez area, which is generally bounded by Alameda St. on the west, the 91 fwy. on the north, the City of LB corporate boundary on the east and Del Amo Blvd. on the south. The industrially developed acreage contains approx. 189 structures on 279 parcels of land.
    Ocean Blvd. Project

    Negative Declaration
    1628-1724 Ocean Blvd. ND 10-09
    The proposed project would include the demolition of existing structures, the development of 51 condominium units and the remodel of an existing building to maintain 11 motel units. The residential development would be four stories in height above street level and would have two levels of subterranean parking. Vehicular access to the subterranean garage would be from 11th Place and Bluff Place. The demolition and construction activities are estimated to take approximately 18 months from commencement of work.
    Aquarium of the Pacific Facility Enhancement Project

    Part 1 & Part 2
    100 Aquarium Way ND 14-06 The Aquarium of the Pacific proposes (1) to construct 5,300 sq. ft. of LEED Platinum-certified indoor facilities & 13,800 sq. ft. of outdoor, fabric-shaded exhibit area at the rear of its existing campus ("proposed South Lease area") and (2) to relocate its current aviary exhibit to the same parcel.