Resource Management Agency Seal

Resource Management Agency

Planning

Planning Services
1441 Schilling Place
Salinas, CA 93901
(831) 755-5025
Fax
(831) 757-9516



Disclaimer:
Although every effort is made to provide complete and accurate information on this website and all its documents, users are advised to contact applicable County Resource Management Agency staff before making project decisions and fee estimates.

Carmel Valley Master Plan - Traffic Improvement Plan

Print

Project Name: Carmel Valley Master Plan - Traffic Improvement Plan (CVMP -TIP)
File number (s): PLN050133
Location:
(Vicinity Map:)
Carmel Valley Area, Carmel Valley Road and State Highway One
Assessor's Parcel Number (s): Carmel Valley Area
Planning Area: Carmel Valley Area
Planner: Chad Alino (831) 755-4800
Current Status: Applied
Environmental Status: Re-circulated portion of the Draft Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) was released for public review May 5, 2009.

The Public Review Period is from May 5, 2009 through June 26, 2009.

Project Description:

Portions of the proposed Carmel Valley Traffic Improvement Program have been updated since the August 2007 draft SEIR. As updated, the Carmel Valley Traffic Improvement Program includes a specified list of road improvements along Carmel Valley Road and Laureles Grade within the Carmel Valley Master Plan Area in Monterey County, proposed amendments to the Carmel Valley Master Plan, consideration of several interim improvement options for one intersection, a change in LOS standard for one segment (Segment 3), and a proposed update of traffic impact fees to pay for the proposed improvements through collection of fees from new development. This program constitutes the �project� analyzed in the draft SEIR dated August 2007 and this PRDEIR, for the purposes of CEQA. This EIR is a programmatic EIR and is not intended as a project-level CEQA document for the proposed improvements. Project-level CEQA compliance would need to be completed for proposed improvements at the point at which designs have been developed to allow site-specific analysis of environmental impacts.

Key Dates:

 

The review period Recirculation for the PRDEIR begins on May 5, 2009 and ends on June 26, 2009. This review period is established for the purpose of receiving written comments on the revised portions analysis in the PRDEIR.
Reports/Documents:

Related Links:
(These links are provided for information only. The County of Monterey does not endorse any of the information found on these sites)


Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents.
They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below.