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Project Name Project Location & Description Contact
Walnut Village Notice of Exemption (NOE)
PROJECT LOCATION: 1401 West Ball Road

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project is a request to amend a conditional use permit to remodel an existing 99-bed skilled nursing facility to convert to a 13,900 square foot memory care and assisted living facility with 30 beds and six independent senior living units consisting of 21,800 square foot area.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The effects of the proposed project are Categorically Exempt from the requirements to prepare additional environmental documentation per California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Section 15301, Class 1 (Existing Facilities). The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private structures or facilities, involving negligible or no expansion of the use beyond that existing at the time of this determination. The proposed project is a request for approval of a remodel of an existing skilled nursing facility into a memory care facility and independent living units. No exterior work will take place other than the remodel of interior courtyards, wrought iron fencing, and vehicular gate along Ball Road. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment. Therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Nicholas J. Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Olive Tree Home Care Notice of Exemption (NOE)
PROJECT LOCATION: 638 North James Place

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project is a request for a conditional use permit to increase the number of beds at an existing Senior Living Facility from six beds to nine beds.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private structures or facilities, involving negligible or no expansion of the use beyond that existing at the time of this determination. The proposed project is a request to increase the number of beds within an existing Senior Living Facility, located within an existing single-family home, from six beds to nine beds, without any changes to the footprint of the home. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Lisandro Orozco
Phone: 714-765-5381
Zoning Code Amendment No. 2021-00177 Floodplain Management Regulations Notice of Exemption (NOE)
PROJECT LOCATION: CITYWIDE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Amend Title 17 (Land Development and Resources) and Title 18 (Zoning) of the Anaheim Municipal Code to provide clarity, create consistency of terms and definitions, and provide for compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: This ordinance is not subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Sections 15060(c)(2) and 15060(c)(3) of the State CEQA Guidelines. The subject ordinance will not result in a direct or reasonably foreseeable indirect physical change in the environment, because there is no possibility it will have a significant effect on the environment. In addition, it is not a "project," as defined in Section 15378 of the State CEQA Guidelines.
Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
Montessori Child Day Care Notice of Exemption (NOE)
PROJECT LOCATION: 876 South Harbor Boulevard

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project is a request for a conditional use permit to establish a child day care facility within an existing commercial office building.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private The proposed project is a request for a conditional use permit to establish a child day care facility within an existing commercial office building. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Thomas Gorham
Phone: 714-765-4947
Miraloma Auto Dealer Notice of Exemption (NOE)
PROJECT LOCATION: 3901 East Miraloma Avenue

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project is a request for a conditional use permit to establish an automotive retail sales business within an existing industrial building.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private The proposed project is a request for a conditional use permit to establish an automotive retail sales business within an existing industrial building. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Thomas Gorham
Phone: 714-765-4947
Property Tax Exchange Agreement between the City of Orange and City of Anaheim for the Stadium Sliver Reorganization RO 21-04 Notice of Exemption (NOE) PROJECT LOCATION: Citywide

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The City of Anaheim is seeking approval for Property Tax Exchange Agreement between itself and the City of Orange for the annexation of an approximate 0.35-acre area depicted as the Stadium Sliver, Reorganization No. RO 21-04, pursuant to the Cortese-Knox Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000 and Sections 99 and 99.01 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Anaheim City Council at its meeting on August, 10, 2021 adopted a resolution to approve a Property Tax Exchange Agreement between the City of Orange and City of Anaheim for annexation of the Stadium Sliver Reorganization RO 21-04 and determined that it is categorically exempt pursuant Section 15301 of the State CEQA Guidelines. The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public
or private structures or facilities, involving negligible or no expansion of the use beyond that existing at the time of this determination, and would not cause a significant effect on the environment. The Stadium Sliver is improved with an existing parking lot and the proposed annexation application would not change the existing use of the subject property; therefore, the proposed project meets the criteria for a Class 1 Exemption. Any future use of this property beyond the existing land use is currently speculative and would be subject to future environmental review under CEQA. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed application for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed application for annexation is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Carlos Castellanos
Phone: 714-765-5066
Midway Affordable Project (Appendix N Checklist)

Notice of Determination (NOD)

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
PROJECT LOCATION: The General Plan and Zoning Code Update Project and the Anaheim Housing Opportunities Project applied citywide to the City of Anaheim, Orange County, California.

The Proposed Project is located at 110 West Midway Drive, in the City of Anaheim, Orange County, California. The 2.36-acre project site is located on Assessor’s Parcel Numbers (APNs) 082-185-01, 082-185-47, 082-185-52, 082-185-53, and 082-185-59. In addition, the project site includes South Zeyn Street, which the Applicant is requesting the City to abandon for the proposed project. The project site is located in the south-central portion of the City of Anaheim. It is located at the southwest corner of Anaheim Boulevard and West Midway Drive, and east of a proposed townhome development and Interstate 5 (I-5). The Housing Element identifies the project site as Housing Opportunity Sites 137, 147, 150, and 151; all of which received the RO Overlay Zone as a part of the Anaheim Housing Opportunities Rezoning Project.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: General Plan and Zoning Code Update. In May 2004, the City of Anaheim certified the General Plan and Zoning Code Update Program EIR No. 330 (Program EIR No. 330). Program EIR No. 330 evaluated impacts associated with implementation of the Anaheim General Plan and Zoning Code Update and included a Mitigation Monitoring Program (MMP) No. 122 to mitigate those impacts. The approved and updated General Plan designated the project site for Medium Density Residential land uses.

Anaheim Housing Opportunities Sites Rezoning Project. In September 2013, the City of Anaheim certified Supplemental EIR No. 346 for the Anaheim Housing Opportunities Site Rezoning Project (Rezoning Project). The City also approved a Mitigation Monitoring Program No. 122A (MMP No. 122A) as part of Supplemental EIR No. 346, which supplemented Program EIR No. 330 in the areas of air quality, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, noise, and transportation and traffic.

The Rezoning Project implemented a key strategy of the City’s 2006-2014 General Plan Housing Element by rezoning 166 Housing Opportunities Sites identified in the Housing Element. The rezoning included the application of an overlay zone to each property: either the Residential Opportunity (RO) Overlay Zone or the Mixed Use (MU) Overlay Zone. Both overlay zones allow “by-right” housing development.

Midway Affordable Project. The proposed project would include the demolition of all existing structures on the project site and the development of 86 housing units in one four-story building. The proposed project would include 29 one-bedroom units, 35 two-bedroom units, and 22 three-bedroom units. The proposed project would include 128 parking spaces and provide amenities including a pool, a playground, a dog park, a community room, and a public flex space, and a leasing office. The proposed project required approval of the following requests:

1. Miscellaneous Permit to approve the following incentives in exchange for providing 85 units of housing affordable to households earning less than 60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI): a density bonus of 5 units, and three Tier Two Development Incentives for reduced floor area minimums, reduced interior lot line landscape setbacks, and reduced street frontage setbacks; and,

2. Tentative Parcel Map to merge existing lots into one parcel.


Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238
Townes at Broadway (IS/MND)

Notice of Intent (NOI)

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J


PROJECT LOCATION: The approximately 6.96-acre project site is located at 2323 W. Broadway (Assessor Parcel Number [APN] 127-051-42), in the City of Anaheim, County of Orange, California. The City encompasses approximately 51 square miles in northern Orange County. The project site lies within Anaheim’s western portion, near its jurisdictional boundary with the City of Buena Park. The project site is located on the north side of Broadway between the signalized intersections of Brookhurst Street to the east and Gilbert Street to the west. State Route 91 (SR-91) provides regional access to the site from the north, Interstate 5 (I-5) provides regional access from the northeast, and State Route 39 (Beach Boulevard) provides regional access from the west. The project site is not on the lists of sites enumerated under Section 65962.5 of the Government Code.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The proposed project is a request to construct 112 dwelling units within 22, three-story townhomes at a density of 17.25 dwelling units per acre (du/ac). The townhomes would be in 22 buildings, each with between four and six dwelling units. The townhomes would range from 1,606 square feet to 1,979 square feet with second story balconies. Each townhome would have direct access to an attached two-car garage. The project includes a landscaped pedestrian paseo at the center of the project site and a clubhouse adjacent to the entrance on Broadway.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238
Aloft Hotel Project (Initial Study Checklist)

Appendix A
Appendix A.2
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E

Notice of Determination
PROJECT LOCATION: The Anaheim Resort Specific Plan and the Amendment No. 14 to the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan Project pertain to the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan, which includes 581.3 acres, located generally west of Interstate 5, south of Vermont Avenue, east of Walnut Street and north of Chapman Avenue, within the City of Anaheim, Orange County, California.

The Aloft Hotel Project site is located at 1100 West Ball Road in the City of Anaheim, Orange County. The project site is comprised of a 0-55-acre parcel at the southwest comer of Ball Road and West Place. The parcel size reflects a seven-foot wide right-of-way dedication that the City is requiring along Ball Road for a future bike lane, which will reduce the parcel size by 0.02 acre, and the abandonment of remnant street right-of-way along West Place, which the property owner proposes to purchase to increase the parcel size by 0.06 acre. The parcel has been vacant for over 25 years, except for perimeter landscaping, and formerly occupied by a service station. In 1994, the Anaheim Public Utilities Department confirmed completion of a site investigation and all necessary
remedial action related to the closure and demolition of the services station.

The General Plan designates the project site for Commercial Recreation land use, which the City implements through the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan (ARSP). The project site is located within the Low Density area of the Commercial Recreation (C-R) District of the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan (ARSP). The Low Density category allows development of up to 50 hotel rooms per acre, or 75 rooms per parcel, whichever is greater. Surrounding land uses include single-family residences to the north, across Ball Road; hotels to the east, across West Place; a hotel to the south and west; and, a Disneyland Resort employee parking lot to the west.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Anaheim Resort Specific Plan provides comprehensive land use planning and zoning for the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan area. The goal of the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan is to guide the development and enhancement of portions of the land designated by the General Plan as Commercial Recreation. The Anaheim Resort Specific Plan sets forth refined design guidelines, zoning and development standards to replace the existing zoning regulations for the project area, a landscape streetscape program, and a public facilities plan for the area. The plan permits the development of hotel, convention, retail, and other visitor serving uses, as well as, the infrastructure improvements needed to support the future development.

Amendment No. 14 to the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan Project allows expansion of the Anaheim Convention Center, and updates and streamlines the documents that govern and regulate development within the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan. Implementation of Amendment No. I 4 to the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan Project includes subsequent approvals by the City of Anaheim that are consistent with the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan. Such approvals include, but are not limited to, Subdivision Maps, Final Site Plans, Building Permits, Conditional Use Permits, and/or other entitlement action(s) associated with future development proposals in the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan area.

The Aloft Hotel Project would implement the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan. The Applicant is requesting approval of a Final Site Plan for a five-story, 75-room boutique hotel and a Variance from the Anaheim Municipal Code to allow the following:

• Reduced building and landscape setbacks along Ball Road to allow a driveway to encroach into the setback area;
• Reduced building and landscape setbacks along West Place to allow utility equipment and a driveway to encroach into the setback area;
• Reduced building and landscape setback along the south interior property line to allow a driveway to encroach into the setback area;
• Reduced distance between driveways; and,
• Reduced minimum driveway widths.
Elaine Thienprasiddhi
Phone: 714-765-4568
Gas Station, Convenience Market & Carwash (Class 32 Exemption Checklist)

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D.1
Appendix D.2
Appendix E
Appendix F

Notice of Exemption
PROJECT LOCATION: 2501-2525 East Ball Road, Anaheim, CA 92806

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant proposes to construct a new 2,950 square-foot (sq. ft.) convenience store with gas sales, the sale of beer and wine for off-site consumption, and an associated 3,100 sq. ft. gas canopy structure with six fuel dispenser islands. A separate 4,381 sq. ft., automated carwash facility with vacuum stalls is proposed to be constructed on the east side of the site. Both the convenience store and carwash buildings would be 20-feet in height. The project also involves the consolidation of three parcels into two for the purpose of constructing the two uses on separate lots, and a 12-foot high wall along the northerly property line separating the commercial property from single family residential uses.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Anaheim Planning Commission, at its meeting on April 12, 2021, evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 32 Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This exemption applies to projects that are considered an infill project by meeting the following criteria: (a) consistent with the applicable general plan designation and all applicable general plan policies as well as with applicable zoning designation and regulations; (b) is no more five acres in size substantially surrounded by urban uses, (c) has no value as a habitat for endangered, rare or threatened species; (d) would not result in significant effects relating to traffic, noise, air quality, or water quality; and (e) can be adequately served by all required utilities and public services. As described by the environmental analysis prepared for this project, which is on file with the Planning and Building Department, the proposed project meets these criteria. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and Section 15332 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
 Wingstop (NOE) PROJECT LOCATION: 212 S. State College Boulevard

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project is a request to allow a restaurant with sales of beer and wine for on premises consumption, within a vacant tenant space, in an existing 381,000 square foot retail center.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 1 Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private structures or facilities, involving negligible or no expansion of the use beyond that existing at the time of this determination. The proposed project is a request to a restaurant with sales of beer and wine for on premises consumption, within a vacant tenant space, in an existing 381,000 square foot retail center. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Thomas Gorham
Phone: 714-765-494
OC Health Adult Daycare (NOE) PROJECT LOCATION: 2000 Corporate Way

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project is a request for a conditional use permit to establish an adult daycare facility located within an existing 9,565 square-foot office suite.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 1 Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private structures or facilities, involving negligible or no expansion of the use beyond that existing at the time of this determination. The proposed project is a request for approval of an adult day care facility within an existing industrial office building. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Thomas Gorham
Phone: 714-765-4947
Iwatani Hydrogen Fueling Upgrade (NOE) PROJECT LOCATION: 1100 N. Euclid Street

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant requests a conditional use permit to allow a hydrogen fueling dispenser and associated equipment at an existing automotive-service station.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 3 Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Class 3 consists of construction and location of limited numbers of new small structures or facilities. In urbanized areas, this exemption applies to commercial buildings not exceeding 10,000 square feet. The proposed project is a request to add a new hydrogen fuel dispenser adjacent to the existing southerly fueling canopy, as well as associated equipment located to the rear (east) of the existing building. These improvements meet the criteria for new small structure or facilities; and, therefore, this exemption is applicable. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15303 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Nicholas J. Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Santa Ana River Reorganization No. RO 21-04 Notice of Exemption (NOE) PROJECT LOCATION: CITYWIDE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The City of Anaheim making application to and requesting the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission (OCLAFCO) to take proceedings pursuant to the Cortese-Knox Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 20p0 for the City of Anaheim to annex approximately .35 acres of property (known as the Santa Ana River Reorganization No. RO 21-04). The proposed annexation would realign a sliver of the Angel Stadium property at the southeast corner, located in the City of Orange, to allow the entire parcel to be located within the Anaheim city limits. The Stadium Sliver is pre-zoned from Open Space to Mixed Use Urban Core with the Platinum Triangle Mixed-Use Overlay Zone and improved with an existing parking lot and, upon annexation, the existing use of the subject property will not change.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The effects of the proposed Anaheim City Council Resolution making application to and requesting the OCLAFCO to take proceedings pursuant to the Cortese-Knox Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000 for the City of Anaheim to annex approximately .35 acres of property within the City of Orange's boundary and sphere of influence and file an application for Reorganization No. RO 21-04 are typical of those within that class of projects (i.e., Class 1 -Existing Facilities) which consist of the operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, licensing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures, facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of existing or former use, and that, therefore, pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines, this action will not cause a significant effect on the environment and is, therefore, categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA. Any future use of the Stadium Sliver beyond the existing land use is currently speculative and would be subject to future environmental review under CEQA.
Carlos Castellanos
Phone: 714-765-5066
SEC Lincoln and Beach Project Initial Study (IS)

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E

Notice of Determination (NOD)
The BBSP Project Area encompasses approximately 283 acres along an approximately 1.5-mile portion of Beach Boulevard/State Route 39 (SR-39) in the City of Anaheim, County of Orange, California. The segment of Beach Boulevard within the Project Area borders the City of Buena Park to the north and the City of Stanton to the south. Major cross streets along the corridor within the City limits include Ball Road, Orange A venue, and Lincoln Avenue. Existing uses within the Project Area include hospitality, commercial, residential, office, recreational, and institutional facilities. Points of interest within the area include Twila Reid Park, Schweitzer Park, West Anaheim Medical Center, and the West Anaheim Youth Center.

The Project Site for the SEC Lincoln and Beach Project is a 7.27-acre site located at the southeast corner of Lincoln A venue and Beach Boulevard. Addresses associated with the Project Site are 100-130 South Beach Boulevard; and 2952-2970 West Lincoln Avenue (APNs 126-602-02, -04, -22, -31, -29, -33, -35). The Project Site is located within the BBSP Area in the City of Anaheim, Orange County.

The BBSP will guide future development of properties along Beach Boulevard in the City of Anaheim. The BBSP establishes a community-driven vision for future development of this area. This vision is supported by new development standards, permitted and prohibited uses, design guidelines, sustainable practices, economic development incentives, and capital improvements that improve the quality of life for all future users of the corridor. The SEC Lincoln and Beach Project implements the BBSP, by constructing a mixed-use project consisting of 134 three-story townhomes, a five story 100-unit apartment building and a 5,000-square foot retail use and removing an existing telecommunications antenna and constructing an approximately 70 foot tall new ground-mounted monopine. The SEC Lincoln and Beach Project is subject to the following discretionary approvals:

  • Final Site Plan (FSP2020-00003): to determine compliance with the BBSP
  • Tentative Tract Map (SUBTM19022): for a three-lot subdivision to include one lot with 134 "airspace" condominium lots
  • Conditional Use Permit (CUP2021-06102): to permit the relocation of an existing telecommunication antenna, which would exceed the maximum permitted height by more than ten percent
  • Tier II Development Incentive (MIS2020-00746): to allow a 10-foot wide building to building setback where the Code requires a 15 foot wide setback between buildings in exchange for including affordable units as part of the SEC Lincoln and Beach Project.
Nicholas J. Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Green Jet Carwash Notice of Exemption (NOE)
125 North State College Boulevard, City of Anaheim, Orange County, CA

Construction of a 3,596 square foot express carwash facility with ancillary vacuum stalls.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 3 Exemption. Class 3 consists of construction and location of limited numbers of new small structures or facilities. In urbanized areas, this exemption applies to commercial buildings not exceeding 10,000 square feet. The proposed project is a 3,596 square foot express carwash with ancillary parking/vacuum stalls; and, therefore, this exemption is applicable. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15303 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Thomas Gorham
Phone: 714-765-4947
Grandma's House of Hope Notice of Exemption (NOE)
2232 East Olmstead Way City of Anaheim, Orange County, CA

Request to permit an increase the number of residents in existing transitional housing residence from six residents, which is a permitted use in the "RS-2" (Single Family Residential) Zone, to 10 residents, which is subject to the approval of a conditional use permit in the RS-2 Zone.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT:

The Anaheim City Council, at its meeting on April 13, 2021, evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 1 Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This exemption applies to projects that consist of the operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, licensing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures, facilities , mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of existing or former use. This exemption applies to the proposed transitional housing residence because it would operate within an existing single-family residence without any physical expansion of the existing structure. Therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Joanne Hwang
Phone: 714-765-4965
Kim Dental Notice of Exemption (NOE)
1241-1281 South Brookhurst Street, City of Anaheim, Orange County, CA

The applicant requests approval of a variance to permit reduced structural and landscape setbacks for a remodeled 5,162 square foot dental office building.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project's potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 3 Exemption. Class 3 consists of construction and location of limited numbers of new small structures or facilities. In urbanized areas, this exemption applies to commercial buildings not exceeding 10,000 square feet. The proposed project would reduce structural and landscape setbacks for a remodeled 5,162 square foot dental office building; and, therefore, this exemption is applicable; Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15303 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Wayne Carvalho
Phone: 714-765-4949

Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park (Addendum to the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan EIR No. 348)

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D

Notice of Determination (NOD)

The Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan (ACSP) Project is located in the City of Anaheim, County of Orange, California. The ACSP Project area encompasses approximately 2,600 acres in the northern portion of the City of Anaheim, roughly bounded on the north by Orangethorpe Avenue, on the south by the Santa Ana River, on the east by Imperial Highway (State Route 90), and on the west by the Orange Freeway (SR-57).

The Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park Project is located within the ACSP Project Area at 3255 E. Miraloma Ave (APN 345-061-06) on north Miraloma Avenue, south of Orangethorpe Avenue, east of Kraemer Boulevard, and west of N. Miller Street, in the northern portion of in the City of Anaheim, Orange County, California. The Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park Project is located on the 13.38-acre Miraloma Recharge Basin, owned and operated by the Orange County Water District (OCWD).

The ACSP Project updated and consolidated two specific plans (the Northeast Area Specific Plan and the PacifiCenter Anaheim Specific Plan) and the Scenic Corridor Overlay Zone, as it relates to Anaheim Canyon, into one new specific plan. The goal of the ACSP Project is to encourage sustainable development and create a business environment attractive to a wide variety of industries, especially high tech, green, and new energy businesses. The ACSP Project removes regulatory obstacles to the reuse of existing structures and promote infill development of currently vacant or underutilized properties. It would also facilitate and encourage use of non-vehicular transportation by improving the Anaheim Canyon Metrolink Station and providing sidewalks, bike lanes, and trails. The ACSP Project would promote the use of sustainable building systems through a variety of zoning, building, and utilities incentives. At buildout, the ACSP would allow for the redevelopment of existing uses, resulting in approximately 47 million square feet of non-residential land use and 2,919 dwelling units. There are currently approximately 27.9 million square feet of non-residential buildings in the ACSP area, and the Proposed Project would result in the potential to develop an additional 19.6 million square feet of non-residential building area. All of the potential residential units would be located within Development Area 3 (DA-3), Transit Oriented Development Area surrounding the existing Metrolink station.

The Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park Project would implement the ACSP Project. The Anaheim Adventure Aqua Park Project would be a seasonal outdoor water park at the Miraloma Recharge Basin.  The project scope consists of temporary structures for a pro-shop, a life jacket distribution unit, and restrooms, all of which would be modular and portable and would be located within the southwest portion of the site. The land based improvements would also consist of moveable shaded seating areas, placed along the perimeter of the water line. In addition, the land based improvements would include 101-parking parking spaces located on the decomposed granite drive aisle in the southern portion of the site. Each parking space would have a pre-case concrete wheel stop, and gypsum chalk would denote the parking stalls dimensions.

Susan Kim
Phone: (714)765-4958

Code Streamlining and Improvement Program (NOE) Citywide, City of Anaheim

Amend Title 17 (Land Development and Resources) and Title 18 (Zoning) of the Anaheim Municipal Code to provide clarity, create consistency of terms and definitions, streamline approval processes, and amend Code requirements to reflect current market trends. The proposed Zoning Code Amendment includes adjustments to several chapters of Zoning and Development Standards for the city’s specific plans. The proposed ordinance is a result of the Code Streamlining and Improvement Program, which is in furtherance of the city’s efforts to implement regulatory relief.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The subject ordinance would be exempt from the requirements to prepare additional environmental documentation per California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Section 15061 (b)(3). This section is the “common sense exemption” that states that CEQA applies only to projects which have the potential for causing a significant effect on the environment. If the Lead Agency can determine with that there is no possibility that the activity in question may have a significant effect on the environment, the activity is not subject to CEQA. Pursuant to this section, the proposed amendments and adjustments fit within the general rule that CEQA only applies to projects that have the potential for causing a significant effect on the environment. In that the proposed amendments and adjustments would provide clarity, create consistency of terms and definitions, streamline approval processes, and amend Code requirements to reflect current market trends, the proposed adjustments and amendments will not have a significant effect on the environment; and, therefore the activity is not subject to CEQA.

Lisandro Orozco Phone:(714)765-5381
430 North Gilbert Street (AT&T Monopine at Dad Miller Golf Course) (NOE) 430 North Gilbert Street, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California

The applicant proposes to demolish the existing drive-through fast food restaurant building and construct a new service station and convenience store building with sales of beer and wine for off-premises consumption. The new convenience store height would be 20 feet (22 feet with parapet) with a total floor area of 3,010 square feet. The proposal also includes a new 1,340 square foot canopy structure with three fuel dispenser islands. All existing signage would be removed and replaced with a new coordinated sign program in compliance with Code requirements. The two existing driveway approaches on Lincoln and Dale Avenue would be reconstructed and designed to meet City Standards.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The effects of the project are typical of those generated within the Class 11 (Accessory Structures) categorical exemptions. Class 11 consists of construction, or placement of minor accessory structures. The proposed project is a request to erect an 85-foot high ground-mounted stealth monopole wireless communications facility designed as a faux pine tree. As such, the proposed project meets the criteria for these categorical exemptions. Pursuant to Section 15300.02 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
 
Wayne Carvalho
Phone: (714) 765-4949
Influence Church NOE 8163 East Kaiser Boulevard, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California

The applicant proposes to operate a preschool facility within the interior of the existing church. No exterior modifications to the church are proposed. The preschool would operate between the hours of 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM Monday through Friday. The proposed preschool would have a maximum enrollment of 43 students ranging from two to six years old, and a maximum of five teachers. The proposed preschool would occupy an approximately 4,792 square foot interior area in the northeast potion of the church and use an existing 1,315 square foot outdoor play area.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project’s potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 1 Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act(CEQA).This exemption applies to projects that consist of the operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, licensing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures, facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of existing or former use. This exemption applies to the proposed supportive and transitional housing facility because it would operate within an existing single-family residence without any physical expansion of the existing structure. The proposed project is a request to amend a conditional use permit to permit a preschool use within the interior of an existing church. Staff has determined that this would be a negligible expansion of the existing use. Therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.

Peter Lange 
Phone: (714) 765-4671
2790 West Lincoln Avenue (7-11 Convenience Store and Service Station) NOE 2790 West Lincoln Avenue, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California

The applicant proposes to demolish the existing drive-through fast food restaurant building and construct a new service station and convenience store building with sales of beer and wine for off-premises consumption. The new convenience store height would be 20 feet (22 feet with parapet) with a total floor area of 3,010 square feet. The proposal also includes a new 1,340 square foot canopy structure with three fuel dispenser islands. All existing signage would be removed and replaced with a new coordinated sign program in compliance with Code requirements. The two existing driveway approaches on Lincoln and Dale Avenue would be reconstructed and designed to meet City Standards.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project’s potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 3 Exemption. Class 3 consists of construction and location of limited numbers of new small structures or facilities. In urbanized areas, this exemption applies to commercial buildings not exceeding 10,000 square feet. The proposed project is 3,010 square foot convenience store and a service station with a 1,340 square foot canopy structure with three fuel dispenser islands; and, therefore, this exemption is applicable. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15303 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.

Nicholas J. Taylor Phone: (714) 765-4323
Mills Collision Center NOE 1522 West Embassy Street, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California

The applicant proposes to establish an automotive body repair facility located within an existing industrial building. The request includes interior improvements to add a 378 square foot spray booth and three individual office spaces. The proposed automotive repair facility would have eight employees and would operate between the hours of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. The applicant proposes to use the existing five parking spaces located on the property for customers with employee parking at the existing Mills Collision facility located nearby at 1600 West Lincoln Avenue. Vehicles under repair would be stored at the rear of the property. The proposed project does not include any exterior improvements.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission determined that the effects of the proposed project are Categorically Exempt from the requirements to prepare additional environmental documentation per California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Section 15301, Class 1 (Existing Facilities). The Class 1 exemption consists of the repair, maintenance, and/or minor alteration of existing public or private structures or facilities, involving negligible or no expansion of the use beyond that existing at the time of this determination, and would not cause a significant effect on the environment. The proposed project is a request to permit an automotive body repair facility within an existing industrial building and only interior improvements are proposed. Staff has determined that this would be a negligible expansion of the existing use; and, therefore, the proposed project meets the criteria for a Class 1 Exemption. Pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project would be categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.

Peter Lange
Phone: (714) 765-4671

Zoning Code Amendment to Modify Residential Parking Standards  Citywide, City of Anaheim

Amend Title 18 (Zoning) of the Anaheim Municipal Code (Code) modifying Chapters 18.42 (Parking and Loading) to modify residential parking standards and 18.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The subject ordinance would be exempt from the requirements to prepare additional environmental documentation per California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, Section 15061 (b)(3). This section is the “common sense exemption” that states that CEQA applies only to projects which have the potential for causing a significant effect on the environment. If the Lead Agency can determine with that there is no possibility that the activity in question may have a significant effect on the environment, the activity is not subject to CEQA. Specifically, the proposed modifications to parking standards and definitions would not have a significant effect on the environment. Future projects subject to the standards would be required to comply with the CEQA Guidelines. Accordingly, the proposed Code amendment meets these criteria.

Nicholas J. Taylor
(714) 765-4323
Emergency Shelter and Supportive Housing Agreement Notice of Exemption (NOE)  1455 S. Salvation Place, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California

The Shelter. Construction of permanent housing structures to replace the modular structures of the existing Emergency Shelter on the Project Site. As more fully set forth in the Agreement, this will involve construction of approximately 9 permanent, 2-story “bungalow” structures (approximately 32-33 beds per bungalow with one larger bungalow accommodating 66 beds) and will include 88 parking stalls) and outdoor space. Construction of the Shelter will occur pursuant to the Shelter Phasing Plan included in the Agreement to allow relocation of clients from the existing Emergency Shelter to new permanent bungalow buildings without a reduction in capacity of the Emergency Shelter during construction. Pursuant to Section 18.38.125.030.0302 of the Anaheim Municipal Code (as the same may be amended from time to time), the Shelter will operate continuously during and after development of the Project pursuant to the Management and Operations Plan and the Trip Generation and Parking Analysis, which are Attachments to the Agreement.

Co-Located Supportive Housing. Construction of 72 permanent supportive housing (PSH) units on the Project Site that will target homeless men and women, including people staying at the Shelter (or the existing Emergency Shelter in the event that the Salvation Army elects not to proceed with development of the Emergency Shelter) and others referred directly by the Orange County Coordinated Entry System (OC CES). As more fully set forth in the Agreement the PSH component of the Project will be a four-story, approximately 50,000 sq. ft. building located on a 26,500 sq. ft. portion of the Project Site and will include 22 parking spaces for residents and staff of the PSH and an enclosed bike storage area. Prior to issuance of building permits, Salvation Army shall execute and record affordability covenants in a form satisfactory and acceptable to the Community and Economic Development Department and approved as to form by the City Attorney’s Office. Pursuant to Section 18.38.125.080.0810 of the Anaheim Municipal Code (as the same may be amended from time to time), the PSH will operate pursuant to the Management and Operations Plan attached to the Agreement. In addition, Salvation Army will provide those Wrap-Around and Supportive Services as described in the Agreement.

Community Center and Campus Amenities. Construction of a community center, administrative support buildings, and various campus amenities designed and built specifically to serve residents of the Shelter, the PSH, and the Adult Rehabilitation Center. As more fully set forth in the Agreement, the community center, administrative support buildings and campus amenities will occupy approximately 2.0 acres of the Property.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Project is not subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15269(c) of the CEQA Guidelines because the proposed development of Emergency Shelters, Co-Located Supportive Housing and an accessory community center and administrative buildings is necessary to provide immediate longer-term housing solutions during the declared Shelter Crisis, and the time to conduct environmental review would create a risk to public health, safety or welfare.


Susan Kim
Phone:  714-765-4958
Covenant House Anaheim NOE 632 N. East Street, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California

This is a request to establish a supportive and transitional housing facility for up to 25 residents in an existing single-family residence. On October 12, 2020, the Planning Commission, on a 5-2 vote, approved the proposed project. Following the Planning Commission decision, a resident filed an appeal of the Planning Commission’s decision. On November 24, 2020, the City Council approved the proposed project, modifying the maximum number of residents from 25-20.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The Planning Commission evaluated the project’s potential environmental impacts and determined that the proposed project qualifies for a Class 1 Categorical Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act(CEQA).This exemption applies to projects that consist of the operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, licensing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures, facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of existing or former use. This exemption applies to the proposed supportive and transitional housing facility because it would operate within an existing single-family residence without any physical expansion of the existing structure. Therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Joanne Hwang
Phone: 714-765-4968
Anaheim Marketplace NOE 1440 S Anaheim Boulevard, City of Anaheim, Orange County California

The applicant requests a minor conditional use permit to allow paid public parking spaces within the existing parking lot of the Anaheim Marketplace.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The effects of the proposed project are typical of those generated within the Class 1 (Existing Facilities) Categorical Exemption. Class 1 consists of the operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures or facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of existing or former use. The proposed project meets these criteria. Pursuant to Section 15300.02 (c) and 15301 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Peter Lange
Phone: 714-765-4671
1679 W Cerritos Avenue NOE 1679 W Cerritos Avenue, City of Anaheim, Orange County California

Establish a fee of $323 to apply for a Regulatory Permit (Operator’s Registration or Operator’s Permit) required by the City of Anaheim, pursuant to Ordinance No. 6493, for an Unlicensed Community Care Facility or Sober Living Home.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: Class 3 consists of construction and location of limited numbers of new small structures or facilities. In urbanized areas, this exemption applies to commercial buildings not exceeding 10,000 square feet. The proposed project is a request to rezone the property at 1679 West Cerritos Avenue from the “T” Zone to the “RS-4” Zone. This reclassification, or rezoning, to the RS-4 zone will bring the proposed zoning and single family residential land use into conformance with the General Plan Low Density Residential land use designation. The proposed reclassification is in conjunction with a three-lot subdivision and development of two additional single-family homes in addition to the remodeling of the existing single-family residence. City Staff has determined that pursuant to Section 15300.2 (c) and 15303 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations, there are no unusual circumstances in respect to the proposed project for which staff would anticipate a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Wayne Carvalho
Phone: 714-765-4949
Proposed Application Fee for Unlicensed Community Care Facilities and Sober Living Homes
Citywide, City of Anaheim, Orange County California

Establish a fee of $323 to apply for a Regulatory Permit (Operator’s Registration or Operator’s Permit) required by the City of Anaheim, pursuant to Ordinance No. 6493, for an Unlicensed Community Care Facility or Sober Living Home.

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The adoption of the proposed application fee for Unlicensed Community Care Facilities and Sober Living Homes is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 21080(b)(8) of the California Public Resources Code. The adoption of the fee is exempt from CEQA pursuant to this section in that said fee is established to meet operating expenses, including employee wage rates and fringe benefits and purchasing or leasing of supplies, equipment, materials and services.

Joanne Hwang
Phone: 714-765-4968
Santa Ana River Reorganization RO 20.06 NOE Citywide, City of Anaheim, Orange County California

The City of Anaheim making application to and requesting the Local Agency formation commission of Orange County to take proceedings pursuant to the Cortese-Knox Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000 for the City of Anaheim to annex approximately 9.8 acres of property (known as the Santa Ana River Reorganization RO 20-06)

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The effects of the proposed Anaheim City Council Resolution to request the Local Agency Formation Commission of Orange County to take proceedings pursuant to the Cortese-Knox Hertzberg Local Government Reorganization Act of 2000 for the City of Anaheim to annex the 9.8 acres of Santa Ana River Reorganization RO 20-06 is categorically exempt pursuant Section 15319 of the State CEQA Guidelines. Where Class 19 exemption is applicable because annexations to a city or special district of areas containing existing public or private structures developed to the density allowed by the current zoning or pre-zoning of either the gaining or losing governmental agency whichever is more restrictive, provided, however, that the extension of utility services to the existing facilities would have a capacity to serve only the existing facilities.
Carlos Castellanos
Phone: 714-765-5066
Unlicensed Community Care Facilities and Sober Living Homes Zoning Code Amendment NOE


Citywide, City of Anaheim, Orange County California

Amend Title 18 (Zoning) of the Anaheim Municipal Code to provide standards and regulations for unlicensed community care facilities and sober living homes that are not operating as a single housekeeping unit (Zoning Code Amendment No.2020-00170, Adjustment No. 11 to the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan, Adjustment No. 10 to the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan, Adjustment No. 3 to the Beach Boulevard Specific Plan No. 2017-1).

REASONS WHY PROJECT IS EXEMPT: The effects of the proposed ordinance to amend the Title 18 (Zoning) of the Anal1eim Municipal Code to provide standards and regulations for unlicensed community care facilities and sober living homes that are not operating as a single housekeeping unit, within the City of Anaheim is not subject to CEQA pursuant to Sections l 5060(c)(2) and 15060(c)(3) of the State CEQA Guidelines, because it will not result in a direct or reasonably foreseeable indirect physical change in the environment because there is no possibility it will have a significant effect on the environment and it is not a "project," as defined in Section 15378 of the CEQA Guidelines. Additionally, the Anaheim Planning Commission found that the effects of the proposed ordinance and the issuance of the Operator's Registration and Regulatory Permit and are typical of those generated within the Class l , Existing Facilities, and therefore, the proposed project is categorically exempt from the provisions of CEQA.
Joanne Hwang
Phone: 714-765-4968
Stadium District Sub-Area A Project Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment (SCEA)

Notice of Determination (NOD) No. 1

Notice of determination (NOD) No. 2

Notice of Availability (NOA)

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F

Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA) Summary Sheet

Master Site Plan
The approximate 152-acre Project Site is located in Anaheim, Orange County, on two parcels. Parcel 1 is approximately 150.53 acres and located at 2000 E Gene Autry Way (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers [APN] 232-011-02, 232-011-06, 232-011-35, 232-011-36, 232-011-37, 232-011-38, 232-011-39, 232-011-40, 232-011-41, 232-011-42, 232-011-43, 232-011-44, 232-011-47, 232-011-48, and 232-011-50).  The area of Parcel 3 included in the Project Site is 0.134 acre and is a portion of APN 083-270-47. The Project Site encompasses all of Sub-Area A of the Stadium District of the Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone excluding the 261,696 square foot Stadium Gateway Office Building (APN 232-011-49). 

The Proposed Project includes the construction of up to 5,175 residential dwelling units, 1,750,000 square feet (sf) of commercial uses (including City National Grove and 943 hotel rooms), 2,700,000 sf of office uses (including office spaces in the existing Stadium, but excluding Stadium Gateway Office Building), public parks not less than 10.2 acres but no more than 13.2 acres, and a Fire Station. The Proposed Project provides for the retention and maintenance of the existing 45,500-seat Angel Stadium (Stadium); however the Project Applicant may elect to replace the existing Stadium with a new stadium of the same approximate size and seating capacity. The existing Stadium would continue to operate during the construction of the replacement stadium.
Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
Hotel 55 Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND)

NOD No. 1
NOD No. 2

Notice of Intent (NOI)

Appendix A
Appendix B1
Appendix B2
Appendix C
Appendix D1
Appendix D2
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I1
Appendix I2
Appendix I3
Appendix J1
Appendix J2
1730 South Clementine Street. The Project Site (APN 082-431-23) encompasses 0.68 acres located at 1730 South Clementine Street, approximately 650 feet south of Disney Way, 600 feet north of Katella Avenue, and west of the Interstate 5 (I-5) freeway, in the City of Anaheim in Orange County.

The Proposed Project involves construction of a six-story, 125-room hotel with accessory commercial uses, which include a small market (380 square feet [sf]) and a fast-casual café (490 sf) with an outdoor seating area. A total of 86 private valet parking spaces would be provided to accommodate the parking demand for the Proposed Project via a series of single spaces and double/triple puzzle stacker lift spaces. The Proposed Project would provide vehicular access to the site via one existing curb cut on Clementine Street at the northern end of the site’s western boundary. Additionally, the Proposed Project includes a bus stop for Anaheim Transportation Network buses within the parkway area along the Clementine street frontage.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238

The Invitation IS/MND

NOD No. 1
NOD No. 2
 
NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J
Appendix K
Appendix L
Appendix M

The 4.49-acre Project Site is at 1122 North Anaheim Boulevard (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers [APN]: 035-010-51), approximately 560 feet north of the intersection of La Palma Avenue and Anaheim Boulevard. The Proposed Project includes off-site street widening and roadway improvements on Anaheim Boulevard to the west of the Project Site. The off-site improvements increase the gross impacted area to 4.63 acres. When measured to the centerline of Anaheim Boulevard, the gross acreage increases to 4.86 acres.

The Project Applicant proposes to demolish the existing tow yard facility—totaling 16,750 square feet of building space in four buildings, a carport, and associated surface asphalt paving—and construct 269 for-rent multi-family dwelling units, associated infrastructure, and common area improvements on the approximately 4.49-acre Project Site. The Proposed Project would be a wrap-style building with four levels of residential units and common building areas totaling 302,011 square feet; and, six levels of parking structure area totaling 226,545 square feet for a combined total of 528,556 square feet of building area. The Proposed Project would have a density of 60 dwelling units per acre (du/ac), and provide 49 studio units, 119 one-bedroom units, and 101 two-bedroom units ranging from 594 square feet to 1,144 square feet with a net rentable space of 230,103 square feet.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238
3175 W Ball Road Apartments IS/MND

NOD No. 1
NOD No. 2

NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J
The Proposed Project would be located at the 3175 West Ball Road, Anaheim, California 92804 (Assessor’s Parcel Number 250-051-03). The approximately 0.36-acre parcel is located at the northeastern corner of the signalized intersection of Ball Road and Western Avenue.

The Project Applicant proposes to construct an 11-unit, 3-story apartment building, along with associated on-site and site-adjacent improvements such as parking, pedestrian walkways, and landscape areas on an approximately 0.36-acre parcel. In total, the Proposed Project would include 16,917 square feet of building area.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238
Extra Space Storage Facility Expansion IS/MND

NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
The Extra Space Storage Facility is located at 1705 South State College Boulevard, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California. The 5.32-acre Project Site is located on the east side of State College Boulevard (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers [APN]: 082-250-84, 082-261-13), south of the AT&SF railroad. Major intersections are Cerritos Avenue to the North and Katella Avenue to the south. The nearest freeways to the Project Site are Interstate (I) 5 to the west and State Route 57 (SR-57) to the east. The General Plan designates the Project Site for Office-Low land use and is within the Industrial (I) Zone and the Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone.

The existing Extra Space Storage facility has five self-storage buildings, which contain 505 storage units and a main office, totaling 63,491 square-feet (sq. ft.) of building floor area. The Applicant proposes to demolish two buildings and a portion of a third building at the existing Extra Space Storage facility to construct five new self-storage buildings, including one three-story, and four single-story buildings. The proposed project would increase the total floor area to 147,670 sq. ft. and provide 1,278 storage units in eight buildings. The proposed project would exceed the permitted Floor Area Ratio (FAR) of 0.5 (121,044 sq. ft.), with a proposed FAR of 0.6 (147,670 sq. ft.). The proposed project would provide forty-five parking spaces, which includes three disabled parking spaces.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238

1600 W Lincoln IS/MND

NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G.1
Appendix G.2
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J
Appendix K
Appendix L
Appendix M
The Proposed Project would be located at 1600 West Lincoln Avenue, City of Anaheim, Orange County, California. The 5.25-acre, three-parcel (APNs 250-091-09, 250-091-10, and 250-091-11) Project Site is located in the northwestern portion of the City on the south of Lincoln Avenue, west of South Loara Street, north of West Broadway, and east of Euclid Street. Freeway access to the Project Site is via Interstate 5 (I-5).

The Proposed Project would demolish existing auto related facilities, including an auto dealership with auto/recreational vehicle storage, sales lot, and repair facility, and construction of a new mixed-use development that consists of a 381,525 square foot (SF) mixed-use building, which wraps around a 239,072 SF parking structure. Uses within the proposed building include 315 apartment units; a 2,031 SF leasing office for the apartment units; and, 3,413 SF of retail space. The Proposed Project would have 639 on-site parking spaces; 636 spaces in the parking structure and three surface spaces. The proposed mixed-use building would be four stories. The maximum height of the building would be 72-feet 6-inches at its highest point, at the corner of Lincoln Avenue and Loara Street. The proposed parking structure would be 47-feet to top of parapet and 54-feet 4-inches to top of elevator overrun.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238
Victory Baptist and Townes at Magnolia IS/MND

NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H

The Applicant proposes to demolish the existing Victory Baptist Church site and construct 59 attached, for-sale townhome residential units along with a new Church and child day care campus (Proposed Project). The Proposed Project is located on 6.86-acres on Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN’s) 070-161-16 and 070-161-23 located at 227 N. Magnolia Avenue, between south of Crescent Avenue and Lincoln Avenue, east of the Dad Miller Driving Range, on the east side of the street in the City of Anaheim (Project Site).

Victory Baptist Church and Early Learning Center Facility
The Victory Baptist Church and Early Learning Center (referred herein as the church facility) is proposed on approximately 2.97 net acres of the 6.24-net-acre project site. As proposed, the single building would have a mix of uses totaling 38,035 square feet (sf) including a 320-seat sanctuary, café, kitchen, offices, classrooms, play area, lobbies, storage, and multipurpose rooms. The first floor would include the Early Learning Center, sanctuary, some classrooms, and kitchen and café, and multipurpose room. The second floor would include staff offices, a conference room, and adult education classrooms.

Townes at Magnolia Residential
The Townes at Magnolia residential community (referred herein as the residential community) is proposed on approximately 3.27 net acres of the 6.24-net-acre project site. The residential community would be located south and west of the proposed church facility. The L-shaped residential site is proposed for development with 59 for-sale townhomes, inclusive of 6 affordable (moderate-income) units at a density of 18 du/acre. The townhomes would be clustered in 12 three-story buildings with 4 to 5 townhomes in each building.

Wayne Carvalho
Phone: 714-765-4949
Lincoln at Euclid IS

NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C.1
Appendix C.2
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
Appendix J
Appendix K
The 7.17-acre Project Site is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Euclid Street, and includes 1619, 1631, and 1699 W. Lincoln Avenue (Assessor’s Parcel Numbers [APN]: 072-110-19, 072-110-21, and 072-110-50) plus a City-owned remnant parcel with no APN assigned. The applicant currently has two of the parcels under contract (APNs: 072-110-21 and 072-110-50). The other two, Assessor Parcel Number 072-110-19 and a remnant right of way parcel that has not been assigned an assessor parcel number, are owned by the City. 

The Project Applicant proposes to demolish all the existing commercial and industrial structures on the Project Site, totaling 32,100 square feet of demolished structures, and construct a residential development consisting of up to 115 single-family attached dwelling units on approximately 7.17 acres of land. The Project Applicant would construct the 115 single-family attached dwelling units at density of approximately 17 units per acre. The Proposed Project would include 27 buildings (ranging in 3- to 5-plex), totaling 197,988 square feet of new construction. There would be 30 two-bedroom units and 85 three-bedroom units. The average unit size would be approximately 1,720 square feet and would feature five different floor plans, each three-stories at 35.5 feet in height without the optional roof deck and a maximum of 37.1 feet with the optional roof deck. All two-bedroom units have either private patios or private covered entries, with either second floor balconies or roof decks. All three-bedroom units have private patios, second floor balconies or roof decks. All roof decks are optional and approximately 150 square feet each. All of the units include a “two-car” parking garage, located on the first floor of each unit.
Andy Uk
Phone: 714-765-5238
Lincoln Avenue Widening Project from West Street to Harbor Boulevard

Appendices
The City proposes to widen Lincoln Avenue from West Street to Harbor Boulevard. The Proposed Project includes an additional through lane on Lincoln Avenue in each direction. The Proposed Project adds a dedicated right-turn pocket on eastbound Lincoln Avenue at Harbor Boulevard. The Proposed Project incorporates raised medians and designated left-turn pockets at the Illinois Street, Ohio Street, Citron Street, Resh Street, and Harbor Boulevard. The Proposed Project lengthens the existing left-turn pocket on eastbound Lincoln Avenue at Harbor Boulevard, to 250 feet.

The City Council will consider the approval and closeout of the engineering and environmental phase with a formal adoption of the Environmental document at a scheduled City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The formal adoption will set a precise alignment on the north side of this segment of Lincoln Avenue as the locally preferred alignment for the Proposed Project. Should the City Council adopt the environmental document, those properties on the north side of Lincoln Avenue may be required to dedicate property per the approved alignment upon the property owner performing significant development or redevelopment. Per the Council’s action taken on November 19, 2019, the City will cease work on the right-of-way acquisition and construction phases of the Proposed Project until there is sufficient support from the project stakeholders.  

Project implementation will require further Council action to move forward with full acquisition and partial acquisition of several parcels, and structural modifications as shown below which also will result in multiple temporary construction easements (TCEs) for access to the construction areas, and a construction staging area for materials and equipment storage.

Ellie Yazdani
Phone: 714-765-4530
Avanti Townhomes IS/MND

NOI

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G
Appendix H
Appendix I
The 11.87 acre project site is located on the southeast corner of West Cerritos Avenue and Anaheim Boulevard at 100-394 West Cerritos Avenue (APN 082-214-01).
 
The Applicant proposes to demolish an existing business park and construct 292 townhomes, including 29 affordable units on 11.87 acres.  The townhomes will be 3-4 stories with attached two-car garages, open parking and recreational open space. The units consist of three and four bedrooms ranging from 1,200 to 2,110 square feet.
Nick Taylor
Phone:714-765-4323
The Residences at Nohl Ranch Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) No. 351 and Appendices

Final EIR

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The Residences at Nohl Ranch Project is proposed at 6501-6513 Serrano Avenue (APN 365-062-09) in the City of Anaheim, Orange County, California. The proposed project would be located on 3.03 acres at the northeast corner of Serrano Avenue and Nohl Ranch Road, in the southeastern portion or the City.

The Project Applicant (6509 Serrano L.P.) proposes to demolish the existing Serrano Center, a multi-suite commercial center consisting of seven one-story buildings, to construct 58 multifamily units, with a development density of 19.14 dwelling units per acre. The units would be constructed in eight buildings totaling 118,351 square feet, consisting of 35 two-bedroom units and 23 three-bedroom units in three-story townhomes, two-story townhomes, carriage townhomes, and stacked flats. Of the 58 total units, 12 affordable housing units would be provided in order to be eligible for an Affordable Housing Density Bonus and associated incentives. The maximum height of the two three-story buildings would be 40 feet at the top of the roof, and the maximum height for the six
two-story buildings would be 30 feet at the top of the roof. The project access would be provided from two driveways: one on Serrano Avenue and one on Nohl Ranch Road, There would be a total of 148 parking spaces, including 116 garage spaces and 32 uncovered surface parking spaces. 
Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Downtown Anaheim 39 IS/MND

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The 1.57-acre project site is located south of North Street and north of Wilhelmina Street, approximately 1,200 feet to the west of East Street; 480 feet to the south of La Palma Avenue (APN: 035-205-01).

The Applicant proposes to demolish an existing outdoor surface parking lot/storage yard and construct 39 attached three-story residential units with entry courtyards, private drives, fencing, sidewalks and landscaping.  The two and four-bedroom homes would range in size from 1,215 square feet to 1,779 square feet.  All homes would have a two-car garage and there would be 28 open parking spaces, for a total of 106 spaces.

Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323

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The Project Site is at 6501 through 6513 Serrano Avenue (APN 365-062-09), at the northeast corner of Serrano Avenue and Nohl Ranch Road, in the southeastern portion of the City. Regional access is provided by State Route 91 (SR-91), approximately two miles to the north, and SR-55, approximately four miles to the west. 
 
The Project Applicant proposes to demolish the existing Serrano Center, which consists of seven 1-story buildings, totaling approximately 42,526 square feet of nonresidential space, to construct 58 multifamily units on 3.03 acres, with a development density of 19.14 dwelling units per acre (du/ac) development density. The units would range in size from 1,171 to 2,018 square feet. The units would be constructed in eight buildings totaling 84,759 square feet. Project amenities include two outdoor lounges, an outdoor dining room, an outdoor living room, and three artificial turf play areas. 
Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Savanna Townhomes IS/MND

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The proposed project is located at 3534-3538 Savanna Street on a 0.78-acre site. The project includes construction of 19 three-story townhome units with 45 parking spaces. Each unit will be equipped with a two-car garage for a total of 38 enclosed parking spaces. 7 parking spaces will be reserved for guests.  
Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Beach Boulevard Specific Plan
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The City of Anaheim is proposing to adopt the Beach Boulevard Specific Plan (BBSP) to guide future development within 283 acres along the Beach Boulevard corridor in the City of Anaheim. The proposed BBSP would establish a community‐driven vision supported by new development standards, permitted and prohibited uses, design guidelines, sustainable practices, economic development incentives, and capital improvements that improve the quality of life for all future users of the corridor. Approval of the BBSP includes certification of an environmental impact report, and amendments to the General Plan, Zoning Code and Zoning Map.

The Beach Boulevard Specific Plan (Project Area) encompasses approximately 283 acres along an approximately  1.5‐mile portion of Beach Boulevard/State Route 39 (SR‐39) in the City of Anaheim. The segment of Beach Boulevard within the Project Area borders the City of Buena Park to the north and the City of Stanton to the south. Major cross streets along the corridor within the City limits include Ball Road, Orange Avenue, and Lincoln Avenue. Existing uses within the Project Area include hospitality, commercial, residential, office, recreational, and institutional facilities. Points of interest within the area include Twila Reid Park, Schweitzer Park, West Anaheim Medical Center, and the West Anaheim Youth Center. 

Individual chapters and appendices of the Draft EIR are available at www.anaheim.net/improvetheboulevard.  
Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
Ball Road Basin General Plan Amendment and Zone Change Final EIR

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The Orange County Water District (OCWD) is proposing to amend the City of Anaheim’s General Plan and Zoning Map to allow commercial development of OCWD’s Ball Road Basin.  The subject property is bound by the Santa Ana River Center Levee and the Santa Ana River to the east, Ball Road and the Burris Basin to the north, the Union Pacific Railroad to the south, and Phoenix Club Drive to the west. The proposed project would change the City’s General Plan Land Use Designation for the Ball Road Basin from Open Space to General Commercial and the Zoning from Transitional (T) and Industrial (I) Zones to the General Commercial (C-G) Zone.  In addition, the proposed project would amend the General Plan Circulation and Green Elements to add a Planned Class 1 Bike Path/Trail Study Area along the northern, eastern and southern edges of Ball Road Basin. The proposed project does not include a specific development plan for Ball Road Basin.
Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958

Hilton Garden Inn and Home 2 Suites Hotel Project The proposed project is located at 1441 South Manchester Avenue and includes 2.5 acres, west of Harbor Boulevard. The proposed project involves the demolition of an existing 108-room Quality Inn & Suites and the construction of a 223-room, dual branded, 6-story hotel with 1,516 square feet (sf) of accessory retail space, 975 sf of meeting space and two levels of subterranean parking. 
Elaine Thienprasiddhi
Phone: 714-765-4568
Radisson Blue Anaheim Hotel

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The proposed project is located at 1601 South Anaheim Boulevard, approximately 500 feet south of the intersection of Anaheim Boulevard and Cerritos Avenue. The project includes construction of a 12-story hotel with 326 guest rooms and a four-level parking garage with 348 parking spaces on the project site. The Applicant has requested a Conditional Use Permit (CUP2017-05927) for the approval of a hotel with a greater building height and higher floor area ratio than allowed by the Code, and a Variance (VAR2018-05106) for fewer trees along the Interstate 5 frontage than required by the Code.

 

Elaine Thienprasiddhi
Phone:
714-765-4568
Orangewood Avenue Improvement Project (State College Boulevard to the Santa Ana River) The proposed project would widen Orangewood Avenue from State College Boulevard to Dupont Drive and from Dupont Drive to the Santa Ana River, respectively, from four lanes to six lanes with the addition of right‐turn lanes. The proposed project also includes improvements on State College Boulevard between Orangewood Avenue and Artisan Court.


Elli Yazdani
Phone: 714-765-4530
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The proposed project includes a request to demolish 26,000 square feet of office space and to remove approximately 310,000 square feet of surface parking lots and 100,000 square feet of landscape; and, to construct 406 apartment units and 5,000 square feet of new commercial space. The request also includes permitting development with an interior structural setback and landscape setback that is less than the setback area required by the Anaheim Municipal Code.
Scott Koehm
Phone: 714-765-5395
East South Street Residential (Appendix N Checklist)

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The proposed project is located at 901 E. South Street and 910 E. Santa Ana Street in Anaheim. The project site consists of two parcels, identified as assessor’s parcel numbers 037-130-29 and 037-271-24, totaling 20.56 acres. The parcels are located between Santa Ana Street on the north and South Street on the south, less than 600 feet west of East Street. The proposed project includes demolition of 340,000 square feet of industrial buildings to construct a residential development consisting of 72 single-family clustered detached, 160 single-family attached, and 314 multiple-family residential units. Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Euclid and Broadway Residential - Final MND

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The project site is approximately 500 feet southeast from the corner of Euclid Street and Broadway. The 2.35-acre project site consists of two parcels (APNs 250-051-02 and 250-051-03). The street addresses associated with the project site are 312 through 400 South Euclid Street and 1678 West Broadway. The project site is bounded by West Broadway to the north, South Euclid Street to the west, a 76-unit apartment complex to the east, commercial and office uses to the south, and a gas station to the northwest.
Wayne Carvalho
Phone: 714-765-4949
Toy Story Parking Lot Expansion Project

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The Toy Story Parking Lot is located on 53 acres at 1900 South Harbor Boulevard (APN 137-181-15). Elaine Thienprasiddhi
Phone: 714-765-4568
Olson S East Street Townhomes Project

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The 1.79-acre project site is on the west side of South East Street about 170 feet north of East South Street at 633 and 711 South East Street. The project site is one parcel, APN 037-130-21.  Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323
Beach Boulevard Specific Plan The Beach Boulevard Specific Plan (BBSP) consists of the adoption and implementation of a specific plan for the 283-acre Project Area located along Beach Boulevard in the City of Anaheim. The Project Area is surrounded by residential uses, the Knott’s Soak City and Knott’s Berry Farm theme parks, and commercial uses along Beach Boulevard to the north, residential uses, the Twila Reid Day Care Center, and Western High School to the west, residential uses, Balden Powell Head Start Preschool, and Balden Powell Elementary School to the east, and residential uses, the Adventure City theme park, and commercial uses along Beach Boulevard to the south. I-5 is approximately 1.6 miles to the northwest of the Project Area.

 

Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
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The project site is situated within an urbanized area and is surrounded by residential uses and groundwater management facilities and flood control facilities operated and maintained by the OCWD and OCFCD. On the east, the project site runs parallel to OCWD groundwater recharge ponds, and then east of the ponds is the Santa Ana River. West of the site are single‐family residential homes. Immediately north of the site lies Frontera Street and the 91 Freeway. Naomi Gruenthal
Phone: 714-765-4465
1700 South Lewis Street Trumark Townhomes Project

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The 7.8-acre project site is located at 1700 South Lewis Street, just north of Katella Avenue and east of Interstate 5 (I-5) in the Platinum Triangle. Scott Koehm
Phone: 714-765-5395
Lincoln Avenue Widening Project From East Street to Evergreen Street

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Along Lincoln Avenue between East Street to Evergreen Street. Cesar Carrillo
Phone: 714-765-5175
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Along Lincoln Avenue between West Street to Harbor Boulevard. Carlos Castellano
Phone: 714-765-5066
Gramercy Trail Project The proposed project is located in the 6300 block of Camino Grande in the Anaheim Hills area of the City of Anaheim, CA. Specifically, the trail easement will straddle the property line of the Amber Lane Homeowner Association (APN 365-491-01) to the east and the Gramercy Park Community Association (APN 085-641-29) to the west, from Camino Grande to the north and the Orange City Limits to the south. Naomi Gruenthal
Phone: 714-765-4465
StorQuest Self Storage The project site is two triangular-shaped parcels totaling 1.99 acres located at 500 South Walnut Street, situated south of Santa Ana Street, east of Walnut Street and west of Manchester Avenue.
Wayne Carvahlo
Phone: 714-765-4949
Anaheim Hills Road Residential Project  The project site is an 8.36 gross acre (6.03 net acres) irregular-shaped elongated parcel located at 415-417 South Anaheim Hills Road, which is west of Anaheim Hills Road, south of Santa Ana Canyon Road, and north of Nohl Ranch Road. David See
Phone: 714-765-4948
Uptown Village A 4.5-acre project site consisting of 6 parcels and located at 200-282 North Lemon Street, 107-127 West Lincoln Avenue and 120 West Cypress Street, at the northwest corner of Anaheim Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue. Scott Koehm
Phone: 714-765-5393
Toy Story Parking Lot Expansion This 53-acre property is located at 1900 South Harbor Boulevard, approximately 850 feet South of the centerline of Katella Avenue. Elaine Thienprasiddhi
Phone: 714-765-4568
Anaheim Way General Plan Amendment and Zone Change The 7 acre property is located at 1710-1730 South Anaheim Way, approximately 530 feet South of the centerline of Anaheim Boulevard.
Elaine Thienprasiddhi
Phone: 714-765-4568
Ball Road/Sunkist Street Intersection Improvements The project site is located at the intersection of Ball Road and Sunkist Street, within the central portion of the City of Anaheim. William Grigsby
Phone: 714-765-5100, ext. 5474
Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan Project The Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan (ACSP) area encompasses approximately 2,600 acres in the northern portion of the City of Anaheim, roughly bounded on the North by Orangethorpe Avenue, on the South by the Santa Ana River, on the East by Imperial Highway (State Route 90), and on the West by the Orange Freeway (SR-57). Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
Ball Road Basin General Plan Amendment and Zone Change The project site is bounded by the Santa Ana River to the East, Ball Road and the Burris Basin to the North across Ball Road, the Union Pacific Railroad to the South, and South Phoenix Club Drive to the West. Susan Kim
Phone: 714-765-4958
Brookhurst Street Improvement Project From SR-91 to I-5 IS/MND

Brookhurst Street Improvement Project From SR-91 to I-5 (Environmental Assessment)
Brookhurst Street from State Route 91 (SR-91) to Interstate 5 (I-5). Tiberius Rosu
Phone: 714-765-4113
Riverdale Anaheim Residential Project
The proposed project is located at 4540 East Riverdale Avenue in the City of Anaheim (City), in the northern portion of Orange County, California. The project site is within the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Orange 7.5-minute quadrangle and located in the central portion of the City on the south side of Riverdale Avenue, west of Lakeview Avenue and just north of State Route 91 (SR-91). Freeway access to the project site is provided via SR-91.
Wayne Carvalho
Phone: 714-765-4949

La Palma Village The project site consists of 11 parcels and is approximately 6.5-acres and is located at 1110-1116 North Anaheim Boulevard and 115-125 West La Palma Avenue at the northeast corner of Anaheim Boulevard and La Palma Avenue. Scott Koehm
Phone: 714-765-5395
Olson Manchester Townhomes The project site encompasses 5.5 acres and is located at 2337-2415 South Manchester Avenue near the The City Drive off-ramp of Interstate 5 (I-5) and Chapman Avenue in the City of Anaheim. Nick Taylor
Phone: 714-765-4323