FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT

UC Davis prepared a Final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) in accordance with the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the State CEQA Guidelines, and other applicable laws for the UC Davis 2018 Long Range Development Plan. The State Clearinghouse Number assigned for the project is 2017012008. The Board of Regents of the University of California certified the Final EIR on July 19, 2018.

Questions regarding the Final EIR can be addressed to:

Matt Dulcich, AICP
Director of Environmental Planning
Campus Planning and Environmental Stewardship
University of California, One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

environreview@ucdavis.edu 

 

DOCUMENTS

Volume 1 – PROGRAMMATIC EVALUATION OF 2018 LRDP (57MB)

Volume 2 – WEST VILLAGE EXPANSION (7MB)

Volume 3 – ORCHARD PARK REDEVELOPMENT (6MB)

Volume 4 – COMMENTS, RESPONSES, MMRP AND REVISIONS TO THE DRAFT EIR (52MB)

Appendices

A Notice of Preparation

B Comments on the Notice of Preparation (31MB)

C Criteria Pollutant and GHG Modeling Results

D Health Risk Assessment

E CNDDB Database Record Search Results

F CNPS Inventory Record Search Results

G Noise Measurement Data and Noise Modeling Results

H Traffic Modeling Results

 

Subsequent Project Approval 

Teaching and Learning Complex Classroom Building Project

The Davis campus proposes to construct the Teaching and Learning Complex (TLC) Classroom Building to provide a new facility on the central campus for general assignment classrooms and faculty and staff office space. The project would redevelop a site along Hutchison Drive currently occupied by Surge IV, a collection of single-story modular structures installed in 1972. The proposed project would deliver an approximately 100,000 gross square foot (65,200 assignable square foot), four-story facility to include approximately 2,000 instructional seats, space for student study and collaboration, an innovative Laboratory of Teaching, a Laboratory of Learning, and administrative and faculty office space.

The project will be presented at the University of California Regents’ November meeting. To access the TLC initial study checklist, TLC findings or find more information on the November 2018 Regents meeting, please visit these links: 

 

Athletic Practice Field Project

UC Davis plans to develop a full-size natural turf football field, including in-ground goal posts, four concrete filming pads, a water bottle filling station, and a scoreboard and play clock. The field will accommodate existing recreation needs at UC Davis by providing new space for athletic practice; no official games will take place on the field and no lighting will be provided. Access to the site will include the development of a new 10-foot-wide paved walkway. The approximately 2.7-acre project site is located near the west entrance of UC Davis’ central campus, between Hutchison Drive and La Rue Road, immediately north of the Aggie Stadium. Across Hutchison Drive to the north is the UC Davis Rec Pool, to the west is the Bowley Plant Science Teaching Facility, and the Dairy Outdoor Recreation Complex is to the east just beyond La Rue Road.

Environmental Documents