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California Environmental Quality Act Reviews
The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq) requires that local governmental agencies, prior to taking action on projects over which they have discretionary approval authority, consider the environmental consequences of such projects. The purpose of CEQA is:
- Inform governmental decision makers and the public about the potential significant environmental effects of proposed activities.
- Identify ways that environmental damage can be avoided or significantly reduced.
- Prevent significant, avoidable damage to the environment by requiring changes in projects through the use of alternatives or mitigation measures when the governmental agency finds the changes feasible.
- And, disclose to the public the reasons why a governmental agency approved the project in the manner the agency chose, if significant environmental effects are involved.
This site contains environmental reviews for proposed projects conducted by the City in compliance with CEQA.
The Well Church ISMNDThe City of Clovis is proposing to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for a church use at the NE corner of Minnewawa and Nees Avenues. The project includes a rezone (R2020-005) and a conditional use permit (CUP2020-006).
- 1. Initial Study
- 2. Appendix A: Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Report
- 3. Appendix B: Biological Resources Report
- 4. Appendix C: Cultural Resource Report
- 5. Appendix D: Traffic Impact Study
City of Clovis Water, Wastewater, and Recycled Water Master Plans UpdateThe City of Clovis is preparing an environmental impact report (EIR) that addresses the potential impacts of the proposed updates to the City of Clovis Water, Wastewater, and Recycled Water Master Plans. These plan updates affect land within the City’s 2014 General Plan planning area. The focused EIR will analyze air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, and water supply.
- Draft Subsequent Focused EIR
- Final Subsequent Focused EIR
- Notice of Availability
- Notice of Preparation
- Notice of Public Hearing
CUP2018-01 Residence Inn
RO302, GPA2020-001, R2020-001, TM6304: 217-lot Single-Family Home Planned Residential DevelopmentThe City of Clovis is proposing to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for a 217-lot single-family home planned residential development near the southeast area of Barstow and Leonard Avenue. The project includes a request for annexation, general plan amendment, rezone, and vesting tentative tract map.
- 1. Initial Study
- 2. Appendix A: Air Quality Analysis
- 3. Appendix B: Biological Habitat Assessment
- 4. Appendix C: Cultural Resources Assessment
- 5. Appendix D: Traffic Impact Analysis
- 6. Notice of Intent
R2020-003: Business ComplexThe City of Clovis is proposing to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for an approximately 390,000 square foot business complex proposed near the northeast corner of Clovis and Dakota Avenues. The project includes a tentative map, and a rezone.
Nees Avenue Improvement Project, Minnewawa to Clovis Avenues (CIP 17-13)
The City of Clovis proposes to widen approximately one-half mile of Nees Avenue between Clovis Avenue and Minnewawa Avenue from a three-lane arterial to a four-lane arterial.
Villa/Minnewawa Avenue Widening Project
The City of Clovis is proposing to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the proposed widening of Villa/Minnewawa Avenue, and related work, from Herndon to Alluvial Avenues.
Clovis Community Medical Center
The City of Clovis is the lead agency and will be preparing an environmental impact report (EIR) for the expansion of the Clovis Community Medical Center campus and widening of Herndon Avenue between Temperance and DeWolf Avenues. The EIR will focus on evaluating potentially significant environmental effects of the Project as identified in the Initial Study.
Clovis Landmark Square
The proposed Landmark Square Civic Center North Project (proposed project) consists of construction and operation of a new senior activity center and clinic, public library, and transit center. The proposed project would be developed in multiple phases with full build‐out anticipated in 2020. The project site is in the City of Clovis, Fresno County, California, and is approximately 10 miles northeast of downtown Fresno. The project site is in the Old Town Clovis area and north of the Clovis Veterans Memorial Building and the San Joaquin College of Law.
- LMC – Draft Environmental Impact Report
- Final Environmental Impact Report
- Landmark Square Initial Study
- Landmark Square Notice of Completion
- Landmark Square Notice of Preparation
- LMC – Notice of Availability
- Public Hearing Notice
CUP2017-16 Costco Tire and Fuel Sale
The City of Clovis is proposing to adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration for a tire service center and fuel station in association with a proposed Costco Wholesale Facility at the northwest corner of Santa Ana and Clovis Avenues.