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The Ontario Plan Final Environmental Impact Report

 

SECTION 1  INTRODUCTION
SECTION 2  RESPONSE TO COMMENTS
SECTION 3  REVISIONS TO THE DRAFT EIR

APPENDIX A

 PUBLIC SCOPING HEARING ATTENDEES
APPENDIX B  TRAFFIC MODELING
APPENDIX C  AHWAHNEE WATER PRINCIPLES
APPENDIX D  TRAFFIC MEMORANDUM
APPENDIX E  CHANGES TO DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FIGURES 

 

MITIGATION MONITORING PROGRAM

 

 

Re-Circulated Portions of The Ontario Plan Draft Environmental Impact Report

 

NOTICE OF AVAILABILTIY

NOTICE OF COMPLETION

  
FRONT COVER AND TABLE OF CONTENTS
1      EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2 ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS - GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE
3 ADDITIONAL PROJECT ALTERNATIVE - 15 PERCENT GHG REDUCTION ALTERNATIVE

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDIX A - GHG MEMORANDUM
 

Draft Environmental Impact Report

 

 NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
 NOTICE OF COMPLETION
   FRONT COVER AND TABLE OF CONTENTS
CH 01  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 
  Figure 1-1 Regional Vicinity
  Figure 1-2 Citywide Aerial
  Figure 1-3 Proposed Land Use Plan
CH 02  INTRODUCTION 
CH 03  PROJECT DESCRIPTION
 
  Figure 3-1 Regional Vicinity
  Figure 3-2 Citywide Aerial
  Figure 3-3 Local Vicinity
  Figure 3-4 Generalized and Focus Areas
  Figure 3-5 Current Land Use Plan
  Figure 3-6 Proposed Land Use Plan
CH 04  ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING
 
  Figure 4-1 Existing Land Uses
CH 05  ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
 
  5.1  Aesthetics
 
  Figure 5.1-1 Neighborhoods/Districts
  5.2  Agricultural Resources
 
  Figure 5.2-1 Important Farmland
  Figure 5.2-2 Williamson Act Contract Lands
  5.3  Air Quality
  5.4  Biological Resources
 
  Figure 5.4-1 Areas of Potential Occurrence of Sensitive Species
  Figure 5.4-2 Vegetation Associations and Land Cover
  5.5  Cultural Resources
 
  Figure 5.5-1 Historic Districts
  Figure 5.5-2 Surveyed Archeological Resources
  5.6  Global Climate Change (See Re-Circulated Draft EIR)
  5.7  Geology and Soils
 
  Figure 5.7-1 Geologic Map
  Figure 5.7-2 Regional Faults
  Figure 5.7-3 Areas of Liquefaction Susceptibility
  5.8  Hazards and Hazardous Materials
 
  Figure 5.8-1 Airport Land Use Compatibility
  Figure 5.8-2 Historical Fires in Ontario
  5.9  Hydrology and Water Quality
 
  Figure 5.9-1 Chino Watershed
  Figure 5.9-2 Flood Hazards Areas
  Figure 5.9-3 Chino Groundwater Basin
  Figure 5.9-4 Areas of Impaired Water Quality in the Chino Groundwater Basin
  5.10 Land Use and Planning
 
  Figure 5.10-1 Redevelopment Areas
  5.11 Mineral Resources
 
  Figure 5.11-1 Mineral Resource Zones
  5.12 Noise
 
  Figure 5.12-1 Existing Noise Levels in Ontario from Surface Transportation
  Figure 5.12-2 Existing 65 dBA CNEL Train Noise Contour
  Figure 5.12-3 Airport Noise Contours
  Figure 5.12-4a 94 dBA Sound Exposure Level for Various Aircraft
  Figure 5.12-4b 94 dBA Sound Exposure Level for Various Aircraft
  Figure 5.12-5 Noise Monitoring Locations
  Figure 5.12-6 Future Noise Levels in Ontario from Surface Transportation
  Figure 5.12-7 2035 65 dBA CNEL Train Noise Contour
  Figure 5.12-8 Increase Surface Transportation Noise Levels at Buildout 2035
  5.13 Population and Housing
  5.14 Public Services
 
  Figure 5.14-1 Police and Fire Station Locations
  Figure 5.14-2 Ontario School Districts
  Figure 5.14-3 Ontario Public Libraries
  5.15 Recreation
 
  Figure 5.15-1 Existing and Proposed Park Facilities
  Figure 5.15-2 Multipurpose Trails and Bikeway Corridor Plan
  5.16 Transportation and Traffic
 
  Figure 5.16-1 Existing Truck Routes
  Figure 5.16-2 Existing Rail Lines within the City of Ontario
  Figure 5.16-3 Existing Transit Routes and Transfer Centers
  Figure 5.16-4 CMP Road System
  Figure 5.16-5 Existing Number of Lanes on Master Plan Roadways
  Figure 5.16-6 Study Area Intersections
  Figure 5.16-7 Existing AM Peak Hour Intersection Level of Service
  Figure 5.16-8 Existing PM Peak Hour Intersection Level of Service
  Figure 5.16-9 Functional Roadway Classification Plan
  Figure 5.16-10 Proposed Truck Routes and Railroad Grade Separation
  Figure 5.16-11 Proposed Land Use Plan AM Peak Hour Intersection LOS
  Figure 5.16-12 Proposed Land Use Plan PM Peak Hour Intersection LOS
  Figure 5.16-13 Proposed Transit System
  5.17 Utilities and Service Systems
CH 06   SIGNIFICANT UNAVOIDABLE ADVERSE IMPACTS
CH 07  ALTERNATIVES TO THE PROPOSED PROJECT (See Re-Circulated Draft EIR)
CH 08  IMPACTS FOUND NOT TO BE SIGNIFICANT
CH 09  SIGNIFICANT IRREVERSIBLE CHANGES DUE TO THE PROPOSED PROJECT
CH 10  GROWTH-INDUCING IMPACTS OF THE PROPOSED PROJECT
CH 11  ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONS CONSULTED
CH 12  QUALIFICATIONS OF PERSONS PREPARING EIR
CH 13  BIBLIOGRAPHY

APPENDIX A

 NOTICE OF PREPARATION & INITIAL STUDY

APPENDIX B

 NOP RESPONSES

APPENDIX C

 EXISTING CONDITIONS REPORT

APPENDIX D

 AIR QUALITY MODELING DATA

APPENDIX  E

 BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES REPORT

APPENDIX F

 ECI TECHNICAL BACKGROUND REPORT

APPENDIX G

 NOISE MODELING DATA

APPENDIX H

 TRAFFIC STUDY

APPENDIX I

 WATER-SEWER-DRAINAGE STUDIES

APPENDIX   J

  LAND USE MODELING METHODOLOGY

 

 

 

 

 

 

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