Draft General Plan and EIR Available for Review

The Draft General Plan is available for public review. In addition, the Final EIR is available for public review. The Final EIR provides responses to comments received on, as well as revisions to, the Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed General Plan Update (“proposed General Plan”) and proposed Sonoma Boulevard Specific Plan (“proposed Specific Plan”), which together comprise the “proposed Project” analyzed in the EIR. The Draft EIR identified significant impacts associated with the proposed Project, and examined alternatives and recommended mitigation measures that could avoid or reduce potential impacts. The Final EIR/Response to Comments document, together with the Draft EIR, constitutes the entire Final EIR, assuming the City of Vallejo City Council certifies it as complete and adequate under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The 45-day public review period for the Draft EIR started on Monday, July 25, 2016 and ended on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.

View and download the full document PDFs here:
Draft General Plan (23 mb)
Draft General Plan/Sonoma Blvd Specific Plan EIR (23 mb)
Draft General Plan/Sonoma Blvd Specific Plan EIR Appendices (14 mb)
Final General Plan/Sonoma Blvd Specific Plan EIR_Response to Comments (6 mb)

The Final EIR, including the Draft EIR, can also be reviewed in person at the following locations:
Central Permit Center, located at Vallejo City Hall,
555 Santa Clara Street, 2nd Floor
Vallejo, CA

or

John F. Kennedy Library
505 Santa Clara Street
Vallejo, CA

For questions or comments, please contact:

Mark Hoffheimer, Senior Planner
Mark.Hoffheimer@cityofvallejo.net
City of Vallejo Planning Division
555 Santa Clara Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
Tel. (707) 645-2610


Click to download the Draft Land Use Map
*Map recommended for City Council adoption by Planning Commission on June 19, 2017


Click to download the Draft Land Use Map Designation Descriptions
*Land Use Map Designations recommended for City Council adoption by Planning Commission on June 19, 2017