Thursday, September 20, 2018
6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Simpson Center for Student-Athlete High Performance, Cronk Room
Enter from Memorial Stadium, Gate 4
UC Berkeley invites our neighbors to an open house to learn about proposed improvements to Levine-Fricke Field, located on Centennial Road in the Strawberry Canyon Recreation Area.
The University is committed to providing commensurate facilities for our men’s and women’s athletic teams, and this proposed project will significantly improve the existing competition and training facility for the Intercollegiate Athletics women’s softball team. The project includes substantial reconfiguration of the existing field to accommodate required NCAA field dimensions, to incorporate improved training facilities, and to add new spectator seating.
Representatives from the campus project team and Intercollegiate Athletics will be on-hand to share information about this project, answer questions and listen to your input.
Light refreshments will be served. We look forward to welcoming you.
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Public Notice: Preparation of a Supplemental EIR
UC Berkeley proposes expanding the existing Goldman School of Public Policy and improving the availability of near-campus housing by developing a 37,000 gross square foot academic building and a separate residential building on top of the Upper Hearst Parking Structure located on a portion of University-owned property on the northeastern region of Campus Park.
UC Berkeley has determined that it will prepare a Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) tiered from its 2020 Long Range Development Plan (2020 LRDP) Environmental Impact Report to evaluate the potential environmental effects of the project. The SEIR will also analyze the environmental impacts of an increase in campus population beyond levels analyzed in the 2020 LRDP.
UC Berkeley has prepared a Notice of Preparation (NOP) to provide Responsible Agencies, Trustee Agencies and other Interested Parties with a description of the proposed project and to identity potential environmental impacts pursuant to State CEQA requirements. UC Berkeley invites comments on the scope and content of the SEIR. Due to the time limits mandated by State law, the NOP will be circulated for a 30-day review period, which will extend from August 16, 2018, to September 14, 2018. Responses to this NOP must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 14, 2018.
Download (PDF): Notice of Preparation
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