A DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (EIR) FOR THE 3896 STEVENS CREEK COMMERCIAL PROJECT AND PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
Project Description: Conforming Rezoning from Commercial Neighborhood & Commercial General Zoning District to Commercial Pedestrian Zoning District; a Conditional Use Permit to allow the demolition of 4 commercial buildings and to allow the construction of an approximately 308,000-square foot office building, 151,300-square foot fitness center, and 15,000-square foot of ground floor retail; and a Tentative map to combine 5 existing lots into 2 on an approximately 6.30-gross acre site on an approximately 4.84-gross acre site. The project also proposes late night use of the fitness facility.
Location: The approximately 4.8-acre project site is located at the southeast corner of Saratoga Avenue and Stevens Creek Boulevard and includes five parcels (APNs 303-25-012 [350 Saratoga Avenue], -013 [3888 Stevens Creek Boulevard], -022 [3830 Stevens Creek Boulevard], -023 [3896 Stevens Creek Boulevard], -016 [3806 Stevens Creek Boulevard]) in the City of San José.
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Council District: 1
File Nos.: C19-020/CP19-031/T19-038/ER20-020
The proposed project will have potentially significant environmental effects on Air Quality, Biological Resources, Hazards and Hazardous Materials, Noise, and Transportation resource areas. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires this notice to disclose whether any listed toxic sites are present at the project location. The project site is not listed on any toxic sites databases.
The Draft EIR and documents referenced in the Draft EIR are available for review online at the City of San José's "Active EIRs" website at www.sanjoseca.gov/activeeirs.
Usually hard copies would be available at City Hall and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Main Library in Downtown San Jose. However, in response to the COVID-19 and Shelter-in-Place policy, hard copies are no longer available at the typical locations, such as those listed above. Therefore, if requested, a hard copy will be mailed to you. Please allow time for printing and delivery.
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The public review period for this Public Review Draft EIR begins on August 11, 2020 and ends on September 25, 2020. Written comments must be received at the Planning Department by 5:00 p.m. on September 25, 2020 to be addressed as part of the formal EIR review process. Written comments and questions should be referred to Thai-Chau Le in the Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement via e-mail: Thai-Chau.Le@sanjoseca.gov, or by regular mail at the mailing address listed for the Department of Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement, above (send to the attention of Thai-Chau Le). For the official record, please your written comment letter and reference File No. C19-020/CP19-031/T19-038/ER20-020.
Following the close of the public review period, the Director of Planning, Building, and Code Enforcement will prepare a Final Environmental Impact Report that will include responses to comments received during the review period. At least ten days prior to the public hearing on the EIR, the City's responses to comments received during the public review period will be available for review and will be sent to those who have commented in writing on the EIR during the public review period.
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