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~ Final Environmental Impact Report - Table of Contents ~


SCH #96052002

Prepared For: County of Mendocino

Funded By: Brooktrails Township Community Services District

Prepared By: EIP Associates

601 Montgomery Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, Calif. 94111(415) 362-1500February, 1997

Chapter

Title

Page

INTRODUCTION 1
Purpose of EIR 1
EIR Scoping 2
Program EIR 4
Standard for Adequacy 5
Significant Effect on the Environment 5
Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting

6
1. SUMMARY 1-1
1.1 Background and Specific Plan Project Origination 1-1
1.2 Specific Plan Project 1-2
1.3 Project Description 1-2
1.4 Required Approvals 1-3
1.5 Areas of Controversy 1-4
1.6 Major EIR Conclusions

1-5
2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2-1
2.1 Background and Specific Plan Project Origination 2-1
2.2 Specific Plan Project 2-5
2.3 Project Description 2-6
2.4 Relationship to Jurisdictions and Plans 2-8
2.5 Required Approvals

2-9
3. ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING, IMPACTS AND MITIGATION MEASURES 3-1
3.1 Social/Cultural Issues 3-1
3.1.1 Land Use and Zoning 3.1.1-1
3.1.2 Traffic and Circulation 3.1.2-1
3.1.3 Visual Quality and Community Character 3.1.3-1
3.1.4 Utilities 3.1.4-1
3.1.5 Public Services 3.1.5-1
3.1.6 Cultural Resources 3.1.6-1
3.2 Physical /Biological Issues 3.2
3.2.1 Geology, Soils and Seismicity 3.2.1-1
3.2.2 Hydrology and Water Quality 3.2.2-1
3.2.3 Biological Resources 3.2.3-1
3.2.4 Air Quality 3.2.4-1
3.2.5 Noise

3.2.5-1
4. GROWTH INDUCEMENTS 4-1
5. UNAVOIDABLE SIGNIFICANT ADVERSE IMPACTS 5-1
6. ALTERNATIVES 6-1
6.1 Introduction 6-1
6.2 No Project (No Specific Plan) 6-1
6.3 Alternative Development Scenarios 6-2
6.3-1 Fixed Growth Scenario #1: 2,000 units
6.3-2 Low Growth Scenario #2: 2,500 units
6.3-3 Medium Growth Scenario #3: 3,500 to 4,000 units
6.3-4 Medium High Growth Scenario #4: 5,000 units
6.3-5 High Growth Scenario #5: 6,000 units
6.4 Environmentally Superior Alternative 6-15
7. Irreversable Environmental changes that would occur from
implementation of THE SPECIFIC PLAN
7-1
8. REPORT PREPARATION 8-1


APPENDICES

A Relationship to the Mendocino County General Plan
A-1 Environmental Assessment of Vegitation and Wildlife (Brooktrails Township)
B Observed Species in Brooktrails Township (Mendocino County, California)
B-1 Observed Species in (Monterey County, California)
C Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program


LIST OF FIGURES

2.1 Regional Location Map 2-2
2.2 Site Location Map 2-3
3.1 Existing Conditions Map 3.1
3.1.1-1 Existing Conditions Map 3.1.1-1
3.1.1-2a-d Existing Zoning Map 3.1.1-3
3.1.1-3 Proposed Zoning Map 3.1.1-3
3.1.2-1 Existing Traffic Volumes, PM Peak Hour 3.1.2-3
3.1.2-2 Level of Service 3.1.2-3
3.1.2-3 Existing Conditions, Year 1993 3.1.2-3
3.1.2-4 Existing Street Cross Sections 3.1.2-7
3.1.2-5 Existing Trails 3.1.2-9
3.1.2-6 Existing Roadway Designations 3.1.2-11
3.1.2-7a Recommended Street Cross Designations 3.1.2-14
3.1.2-7b Typical Residential Parking Bay 3.1.2-15
3.1.2-8 Existing Conditions,Intersection of Sherwood Road/Birch Street & Birch Terrace 3.1.2-15
3.1.2-9 Access Alternatives 3.1.2-16
3.1.2-10 Year 2020 Without Project 3.1.2-16
3.1.2-11 Year 2020 Scenario 3B 3.1.2-16
3.1.3-1 Brooktrails Township Area Photographs 3.1.3-1
3.1.3-2 Brooktrails Township Area Photographs 3.1.3-1
3.2.1-1 Regional Fault Map 3.2.1-2
3.2.1-2 Soil Map 3.2.1-7
3.2.2-1 Eel River Watershed 3.2.2-1
3.2.3-1 Biological Resources 3.2.3-5
3.2.3-2 Stand Class Map for Brooktrails Greenbelt
3.2.3-25


LIST OF TABLES

1-1 Summary of Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures 1-6
3.1.1-1 Breakdown of Brooktrails Township Land Area by Zoning District 3.1.1-9
3.1.1-2 Brooktrails Township Zoning 3.1.1-10
3.1.1-3 Brooktrails Township Statistical Data 3.1.1-13
3.1.2-1 Existing Conditions - PM Peak Hour 3.1.2-3
3.1.2-2 County Geometric Standards: Sherwood Road 3.1.2-8
3.1.2-3 Future Peak Trip Distribution 3.1.2-12
3.1.2-4 Future Roadway Capacities 3.1.2-13
3.2.1-1 Soil Association Characteristics 3.2.1-14
3.2.3-1 Biological Resources 3.2.1-15
3.2.4-1 Federal and State Ambient Air Quality Standards 3.2.4-2
3.2.4-2 Number of Ambient Air Quality Standard Violations, Willits 3.2.4-4
3.2.4-3 Daily Project Air Pollutant Emissions 3.2.4-8
3.2.4-4 Air Pollutant Emissions Resulting from Various Mitigation Alternatives for Home Heating 3.2.4-11
3.2.4-5 Curbside Carbon Monoxide Concentrations 3.2.4-12
3.2.5-1 State Land Use Compatibility Standards 3.2.5-3
3.2.5-2 Typical Construction Noise Levels

3.2.5-6
6.3-1 Summary of Major Impact Changes Between Alternative Development Scenarios 6-14
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