NOTICE OF PREPARATION of a DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT
PROJECT TITLE: ALPINE COUNTY PARK PROJECT
County of San Diego
Department of Parks and Recreation
LOCATION: The project is located on South Grade Rd. between Deland Dr. and Boulder Oaks
Ln. in the unincorporated community of Alpine in San Diego County.
is hereby given that
the County of San Diego, Department of
Parks and Recreation, as lead agency, is
preparing an Environmental Impact Report
(EIR) for the Alpine County Park
Project. The County is soliciting input
and feedback from various agencies,
stakeholders, and the public pertaining
to the scope and content of the
environmental information that will be
included in the EIR.
Project Description: The proposed project would involve the development of an approximately 25-acre active park that would include potential multi-use turf areas, baseball field, all-wheel area, bike skills area, recreational courts, fitness stations, leash-free dog area, restroom facilities, administrative facility/ranger station, equestrian staging with corral, nature play area, community garden, volunteer pad, picnic areas with shade structures, picnic tables, game table plaza, and trails
Comments: Due to the time limits mandated by state law, your comments on environmental concerns must be sent at the earliest possible date but no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Comments should be directed to:
County of San Diego, Department of Parks and Recreation
Attn: Alpine County
Park Environmental Review
5500 Overland Avenue, Suite 410
San Diego, California 92123
or emailed to: CountyParksCEQA@sdcounty.ca.gov. Please include “Alpine County Park” in the subject line of the email.
For questions on this Notice of Preparation, please contact Lorrie Bradley, Environmental Planner, at (619) 455-7721 or by email at email@example.com.
Tijuana River Valley Needs and
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