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I-15 Draft EIR

Notice of Availability of an Environmental Impact Report

I-15 Corridor Campus Master Plan

Public Notice:  Pursuant to the State of California Public Resources Code Section 21165 and the Guidelines for Implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act as amended to date, notice is hereby given that the Mt. San Jacinto Community College District (MSJCCD), as Lead Agency, is circulating for public review a Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the I-15 Corridor Campus Master Plan.

Project Title:  I-15 Corridor Campus Master Plan

Project Location:  The 80.32-acre Project Site is located at the northeast corner of Clinton Keith Road and Salida Del Sol, City of Wildomar, Riverside County. The Project Site is bordered by La Estrella Street to the north, Clinton Keith Road to the south, Salida Del Sol to the west, and Elizabeth Lane and single-family residential units to the east.

Project Description:  MSJCCD is proposing a master planned community college, which would provide college and adult education facilities for an enrollment of approximately 15,000 part-time or 10,000 full-time equivalent students and approximately 400 staff at ultimate buildout. The Proposed Project is anticipated to be constructed in four phases totaling approximately 495,000 gross square feet of building area: Phase I) a new center template building; Phase II) a student services building, a library and technology building, and a multipurpose building; Phase III) a general classroom building and a science buildings; and Phase IV) a general classroom building, a STEM building, a maintenance & operations building, a gymnasium/fitness building, and track and field/soccer field. Full buildout is tentatively scheduled to be accomplished sometime between 2035 and 2038. Other campus supporting facilities would include approximately 1,883 surface parking stalls, driveways, arrival/drop-off area, tennis courts, student green, courtyard, pedestrian bridge, community playfields, a community park, and linear stream park and trails, etc. No outdoor recreational nighttime lighting would be installed and MSJCCD proposes to preserve approximately 42 acres of the most valuable habitat on the Project Site in its current condition.


Public Review:  The EIR is available for a 45-day review period beginning August 21, 2017, and ending October 4, 2017. Copies of the DEIR are available for review below and at the following locations upon request:

San Jacinto Campus

Business Office – Room 201

1499 North State Street

San Jacinto, CA 92583

Menifee Campus

Business Office-2004

28237 La Piedra Road

Menifee, CA 92584

Wildomar Library

34303 Mission Trail

Wildomar, CA 92595

Responses: Written comments on the Proposed Project must be received no later than 5 PM on October 4, 2017; send comments to the attention of Beth Gomez, Vice President of Business Services, at the address listed below. Comments may also be submitted via email to eco-feedback@msjc.edu, or by fax to (951) 654-6236; include the name of the project (e.g., I-15 Corridor Campus Master Plan DEIR) in the subject heading.


Mt. San Jacinto Community College District

1499 North State Street

Building 200, Business Services

San Jacinto, CA 92583


PUBLIC HEARING: A public hearing on November 9, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. will be held in the San Jacinto Campus 1499 N. State Street, San Jacinto, Room 200, San Jacinto, CA 92583. 


Draft EIR I-15.pdf

Appendix A NOP-Initial Study.pdfAppendix A NOP-Initial Study.pdf

Appendix B NOP Responses.pdfAppendix B NOP Responses.pdf

Appendix C - Air Quality and GHG Emissions Modeling Data.pdfAppendix C - Air Quality and GHG Emissions Modeling Data.pdf

Appendix D1 - Biological Assessment and MSHCP Consistency Analysis.pdfAppendix D1 - Biological Assessment and MSHCP Consistency Analysis.pdf

Appendix D2 45-day Summary Report Coastal California Gnatcatcher.pdfAppendix D2 45-day Summary Report Coastal California Gnatcatcher.pdf

Appendix D3 - Quino Checkerspot Butterfly SUrvey.pdfAppendix D3 - Quino Checkerspot Butterfly Survey.pdf

Appendix D4 Tree Survey Technical Memorandum.pdfAppendix D4 Tree Survey Technical Memorandum.pdf

​​Appendix D5 Least Bell's Vireo and Western Burrowing Owl Surveys.pdfAppendix D5 Least Bell's Vireo and Western Burrowing Owl Surveys.pdf