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1 General Plan Circulation Element Update Scoping Meeting April 16, 2014 Santa Ana Senior Center, 424 W. 3rd Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

2 Meeting Agenda 1. Purpose of Scoping Meeting 2. Project Overview 3. Purpose of CEQA 4. Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Process 5. Notice of Preparation (NOP) 6. Issues to be Analyzed in the EIR 7. Public Comments

3 Scoping Meeting Purpose is to: Provide a description of the proposed project Solicit comments to refine and potentially expand the scope of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Scope of environmental analysis is determined by: Response to Notice of Preparation (NOP) from responsible agencies Input from the community (including comments during this scoping meeting) Experience with similar projects

4 Project Overview

5 Project Area

6 General Projct Plan Description Elements Airport Environs Element Land Use Element Circulation Element Noise Element Conservation Element Economic Development Element Open Space, Parks, and Recreation Element Public Facilities Element Education Element Public Safety Element Energy Element Scenic Corridors Element Growth Management Element Seismic Safety Element Housing Element Urban Design Element

7 Circulation Projct Element Description Contents Purpose & Scope Community Factors Policy Plan Master Plan of Streets & Highways Fixed Guideway Plan Bikeway Master Plan Pedestrian Opportunity Area Plan Implementation Plan Appendix

8 Policy Plan - Vision Goals and Policies to serve City through 2035: Goal 1: Provide and maintain a comprehensive circulation system Goal 2: Provide a transportation system for all ages and abilities Goal 3: Promote a healthy and active community encourage walking and cycling. Goal 4: Ensure all users of the transportation network can move and travel in a safe manner. Goal 5: Coordinate transportation and land use planning. Goal 6: Promote a healthy environment and sustainable community through an attractive transportation network with state of the art strategies.

9 Circulation Projct Description Element

10 Projct Complete Description Streets

11 Example of Potential Changes Greenville Street Warner Avenue to Edinger Avenue Cross Section Options for Collector Streets Existing Cross Section City Cross Section Standard

12 Master Plan of Streets and Highways The Master Plan of Streets and Highways (MPSH) is the City s planned arterial highway network. This is the existing network.

13 Example of Potential Changes Santa Ana Boulevard Raitt Street to Ross Street Cross Section Options for Primary Arterial Existing Cross Section City Cross Section Standard

14 Modifications to Master Plan of Streets and Highways The City is looking to potentially reclassify some streets to allow reallocation of right-of-way for transit, bicycle, and pedestrian use.

15 Proposed Master Plan of Streets and Highways Street Classifications: Freeways Multi-lanes Principal 8-lanes divided Major Arterial 6 travel lanes divided Primary Arterial 4 lanes divided Secondary Arterial 4 lanes, undivided roadway Divided Collector Arterial 2 lane with continuous center 2-way left turn lane Collector Street 2 lane, undivided roadway

16 Fixed Projct Guideway Description Plan Two alignment options Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center (SARTC) to Garden Grove Provides transit services for commuters to employment and activity centers in heart of OC

17 Existing Projct Bikeway Description Master Plan Bike Paths: Class I Paved rights-of-way for the exclusive use of bicyclists and pedestrians. Bike Lanes: Class II Striped lanes for exclusive use by bicyclists. Bike Routes: Class III Bikeway where bicyclists share the travel lane with motor vehicles.

18 Bikeway Master Plan Bike Paths: Class I Paved rights-of-way for the exclusive use of bicyclists and pedestrians. Bike Lanes: Class II Striped lanes for exclusive use by bicyclists. Bike Routes: Class III Bikeway where bicyclists share the travel lane with motor vehicles. Bicycle Boulevard Type of Class III where local roads are enhanced with treatments that prioritize bicycle travel.

19 Pedestrian Opportunity Area Plan

20 Pedestrian Improvements Sidewalks Improve and install sidewalk amenities such as street furniture, landscaping, street lighting, and other features.

21 Pedestrian Improvements Pedestrian Crossings Improve and install crosswalks, curb extensions, pedestrian refuge islands, pedestrian pushbuttons and other features for safety.

22 Pedestrian Improvements Traffic Calming Traffic calming measures to reduce vehicle speeds for pedestrian safety.

23 CEQA

24 California Environmental Quality Act California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Disclose project impacts to public and decision makers Identify ways to avoid or reduce environmental impacts Analyze alternatives Foster inter-agency coordination and review

25 EIR Process Prepare Initial Study Prepare Final EIR including Response to Comments Prepare/Distribute Notice of Preparation (30 days) April 4, 2014 to May 3, 2014 Planning Commission Hearing Tentatively Late Summer 2014 Scoping Meeting April 16, 2014 City Council Hearing Prepare Draft EIR File Notice of Determination Public and Agency Review of Draft EIR (45 days) Tentatively Summer 2014 Public Input Opportunities

26 Notice of Preparation Contains a brief description of the project, its location, and where documents relating to the project can be found Notifies responsible agencies and other interested parties that an EIR will be prepared Solicits input regarding the scope, focus, and content of the upcoming EIR Distributed and available during a 30-day public review and comment period

27 Issues To Be Analyzed In The EIR Aesthetics Agriculture/Forestry Resources Air Quality Biological Resources Cultural Resources Geology & Soils Greenhouse Gas Emissions Hazards & Hazardous Materials Hydrology & Water Quality Land Use & Planning Mineral Resources Noise Population & Housing Public Services Recreation Transportation & Traffic Utilities & Service Systems

28 Project-Related Technical Studies Air Quality Analysis Analyze Citywide pollutant emission reductions Assess consistency with region-wide goals & plans Cultural Resource Assessment Evaluate potential impacts to archaeological and historical resources Noise Evaluate changes in traffic noise Short-term construction noise Traffic Impact Analysis Analyze project impact on 32+ intersections Analyze 18+ roadway segments

29 Opportunities for Public Comment Initial Study/ Notice of Preparation Began on April 4, 2014 and ends on May 3, 2014 Available for review at: City of Santa Ana, Planning Division Santa Ana Public Library 20 Civic Center Plaza, M Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, CA Santa Ana, CA City s website: Scoping Meeting Submit comments today Please include your name and address

30 Opportunities for Public Comment Draft Environmental Impact Report Circulate Draft EIR for 45 days Tentatively Summer 2014 Final EIR Includes response to comments Final EIR is made available for review prior to project approval Planning Commission & City Council Hearings Tentatively Fall 2014

31 Public Comments Comments on the NOP may be submitted to: Melanie McCann, Associate Planner Mail or Hand Deliver to: City of Santa Ana Planning and Building Agency 20 Civic Center Plaza, M-20 Santa Ana, CA

32 THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE CEQA SCOPING MEETING

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