An environmental report is available for public review on a proposal to relocate Citrus Heights’ city hall and construct a three-story medical office building on the city’s current Civic Center site.
City officials announced that the environmental report for the proposed Dignity Health building and the city hall relocation was released Wednesday. Public comment on the document will be accepted through July 11. The traffic impact study also is available for review.
Dignity Health proposes to demolish all buildings except the Police Department building on the Civic Center site at Greenback Lane and Fountain Square Drive and construct a three-story medical office building at the south end of the property, along Greenback Lane. The city, in turn, proposes to construct a new city hall on a city-owned parcel at 7625 Antelope Road, between Sunrise and Auburn boulevards.
Public hearings on the proposal projects are scheduled before the Planning Commission on July 9 and before the City Council on July 24. Both meetings will begin at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 7117 Greenback Lane.
The environmental report and traffic study may be viewed on the city’s website, and a printed copy may be viewed at the public counter in City Hall.
A CD of the environmental report, including the traffic study and all reports referenced in the environmental document, may be obtained free of charge at City Hall. Printed copies may be purchased for a charge of $5 for the environmental report and $5 for the traffic study.
Comments must be submitted in writing to Planning Manager Colleen McDuffee, City of Citrus Heights, 6237 Fountain Square Drive, Citrus Heights, CA 95621.
Call The Bee’s Cathy Locke, (916) 321-5287.