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PLANNING NEWS: FINAL MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPOSED MIXED-USE PROJECT @ 220 SOUTH SAN GABRIEL BOULEVARD


The Final Mitigated Negative Declaration is now available for a proposed mixed-use project at 220 South San Gabriel Boulevard.  The 220 South San Gabriel Project (project) would construct a mixed-use development with approximately 163 condominium units and 34,835 square feet of commercial space over two construction phases at 220 South San Gabriel Boulevard.  The proposed project requires approval of a Planned Development, Development Agreement, Request to Vacate City Streets, and Tentative Tract Map by with the City Council and a Precise Plan of Design and Master Sign Program by the Design Review Commission.  An IS/MND has determined that although the proposed project would have a significant effect on the environment, there will not be a significant effect because revisions/mitigation measures have been made by or agreed to by the project applicant.  Information related to the IS/MND can be found below:

Final Mitigated Negative Declaration
Notice of Intent to Adopt A Mitigated Negative Declaration
Initial Study
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F (pt. 1)
Appendix F (pt. 2)
Appendix F (pt. 3)
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J

The Planning Commission will consider this item at a public hearing on Monday, March 11, 2019 at 6:30 PM at San Gabriel City Hall (City Council Chambers - 2nd floor) at 425 S. Mission Drive.  For additional information, please contact Tracy Steinkruger (Planning Manager) at 626.308.2806 or tsteinkruger@sgch.org. The Planning Commission is a recommending body; the City Council will make the final decision on the proposed project.  The City Council public hearing has been tentatively scheduled for April 2, 2019.  

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  • Developing long range plans to achieve creative and innovative solutions to challenges. Plans may be city-wide, like the General Plan Ingredients for Success, or apply to a smaller area like the Mission District Specific Plan or the Valley Boulevard Neighborhoods Sustainability Plan;
  • Implementing the community vision expressed in the plans through development review, zoning compliance, and resource conservation initiatives;
  • Helping applicants make property improvements, build new homes, or open new businesses;
  • Facilitating public outreach and notification for large new development;
  • Engaging the community in preparing plans and special studies;
  • Preserving the community character through historic preservation; and
  • Providing focus and coordination for San Gabriel Goes Green and other sustainability initiatives.