City of Riverside 3900 Main St. Riverside, CA 92522
Planning Division (951) 826-5371
Agenda - Final
Art Pick Council Chamber3:30 PMWednesday, April 18, 2018
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PLANNING CASE P18-0186: Continued from the March 21, 2018 meeting. Proposed Certificate of Appropriateness request by City of Riverside General Services Department, to construct a three-story, 42,000 square-foot new main library that would include the City Archive, a 100-seat community meeting room, and Friends of the Library bookstore, and demolish existing non-contributing bus terminals, former police sub-station, and related ancillary structures. The project is located at 3911 University Avenue/3775 Fairmount Boulevard, on the southern intersection of Mission Inn Avenue and Fairmount Blvd, in the DSP-RC-SP-CR Downtown Specific Plan Raincross District, Cultural Resources (Seventh Street Historic District) Overlay Zones, in Ward 1. It is recommended that the Cultural Heritage Board determine the proposal is categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review pursuant to Sections 15331 (Historical Resource Restoration/Rehabilitation projects consistent with the Secretary of the Interior s Standards as applied to Historic Districts) and 15332 (In-Fill Development Projects) of the CEQA Guidelines. Contact Planner: Jennifer Mermilliod, Contract Historic Preservation Senior Planner, (951) 233-6897 or email@example.com