Notice of Availability: Draft SEIR for the Amended Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan (LTASP)

DATE: June 20, 2018
TO: State Clearinghouse, Responsible/Trustee Agencies, and Interested Individuals
SUBJECT: Notice of Availability of the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report
PROJECT: Plaza Mexico Residences (Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan)

LEAD AGENCY:
City of Lynwood
Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)(California Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq.) and the State CEQA Guidelines (California Code of Regulations Section 15000 et seq.), the City of Lynwood, as Lead Agency, is circulating for public review a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (Draft SEIR) for Plaza Mexico Residences (Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan).

PROJECT LOCATION: The 315-acre Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan (LTASP) is in an urbanized area in the western portion of the City of Lynwood in Los Angeles County. Lynwood is an incorporated municipality in the southern portion of the Los Angeles Basin. It is at the intersection of two major freeways, I-105 and I-710, on the east, and on the west is the Alameda rail corridor, which connects the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles to the rest of the Los Angeles metropolitan area, Orange County, and the Inland Empire.
The proposed Plaza Mexico Residences site is located within the LTASP. This approximately 3.6-acre vacant site is at 3000 East Imperial Highway on the western side of the Town Center District. The property consists of a vacant 3.6-acre parcel bordered by Imperial Highway to the north, Beechwood Avenue to the south, State Street to the east, and an auto glass business to the west.

PROJECT SUMMARY: The project applicant (3000 E. Imperial, LLC) is proposing to develop the Plaza Mexico Residences, a high-density, mixed use development. Specifically, the Development consists of 348 rental units and 26,417 square feet of retail and restaurant uses within a six-story podium-style building. Other components include vehicular and pedestrian circulation improvements; parking garage; common area landscaped courtyards and hardscape areas. The mix of residential, retail, and restaurant uses is consistent with the land uses allowed under the LTASP for the Town Center District. The amount of residential and non-residential development proposed is also consistent with the amounts accommodated in the LTASP for the Town Center District. To implement the project, a number of specific plan amendments are being proposed. However, none of the specific plan amendments result in an increase in allowable intensity/density within the overall specific plan area. The overall number of residential units and square footage of non-residential uses would remain the same, and land uses would be in the same areas as shown in the adopted LTASP.

PUBLIC REVIEW: The Draft SEIR is now available for review and comment. A hardcopy of the Draft SEIR is available for viewing at:

City of Lynwood
Community Development Department
11330 Bullis Road
Lynwood, CA 90262
Monday – Thursday: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Lynwood Library
11320 Bullis Road
Lynwood, CA 90262-3661
Phone: (310) 635-7121
Monday – Thursday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

REVIEW PERIOD: The Draft SEIR will be available for public review for a 45-day public review period from June 19, 2018, to August 6, 2018 at the locations listed above.
The City is seeking input from both agencies and the public on the Draft SEIR. Due to the time limits in state law, written comments must be sent via mail, or e-mail no later than 5:00 PM on August 6, 2018. All comments and responses to this notice should be submitted in writing to:

Bruno Naulls Sr., PMP, Senior Project Manager
Community Development Department
11330 Bullis Road
Lynwood, CA 90262
(310) 603-0220, ext. 253
bnaulls@lynwood.ca.us

 

 

Notice of Street Closure

NOTICE:

One lane in both directions for Long Beach Phase 2 Area (south of Imperial Highway) will be closed on May 31 through June 1 from 8pm to 6am.

The closure will be in place due to the paving of Long Beach Blvd, between Imperial Hwy and Magnolia Ave.