Disneyland Resort

The Disneyland Resort Specific Plan (DRSP) was adopted in 1993, encompasses approximately 490 acres of The Anaheim Resort, and provides for the development of an international vacation destination resort (The Disneyland Resort®) that allows the development of a second theme park (Disney California Adventure), additional hotel and entertainment areas, administrative office facilities, back-of-house facilities, new public and private parking facilities, an internal transportation system, and the on-going modification of Disneyland. The DRSP includes five districts: the Theme Park District, the Hotel District, the Parking District, the Future Expansion District, and District A; it also includes two overlays: the C-R Overlay and the Anaheim GardenWalk Overlay.

Environmental Impact Report No. 311 (EIR311) was certified in conjunction with the adoption of the DRSP. An addendum to EIR 311 was prepared in conjunction with a 1996 amendment to the DRSP in conjunction with the approval of Development Agreement No. 96-01 by and between the City of Anaheim and Walt Disney World Company. A Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) prepared as the environmental documentation for amendments pertaining to the Anaheim GardenWalk Overlay.

Disneyland Resort Specific Plan 92-1 Map Image

Environmental Documents 


Final Environmental Impact Report No. 311 


Mitigated Negative Declaration for GardenWalk (formerly Pointe Anaheim) 


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