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Bonsall High School Project
SCH Number:   2017051078
Document Type:   NOP - Notice of Preparation
Project Lead Agency:   Bonsall Union School District

Project Description
The proposed project is the construction of a new high school for grades 9-12 with a maximum enrollment of 1,500 students, 60 teachers, aides, administrators, and other school personnel. The project would provide approx. 150,500 sq. ft. of building floor area and approx. 40 acres of recreational fields, parking and landscape/hardscape provides a breakdown of the project components. The proposed buildings include permanent classrooms, administrative offices, media centers, and gymnasium. the project would also include recreational fields and facilities for community use after school hours, weekends, and holidays. The gymnasium and other school buildings would be available for community use after school hours.

Contact Information
Primary Contact:
David Medcalf
Bonsall Union School District
31505 Old River Road
Bonsall,   CA   92003

Project Location
County:   San Diego
Cross Streets:   SR 76 and Gird Road
Latitude/Longitude:   33 19' 18.49"  /  117 11' 45.37"   Map
Parcel No: 124-340-3400
Township: 10S
Range: 3W
Base: SBBM
Other Location Info:   Bonsall

Proximity To
Highways:   76
Waterways:   San Luis Rey River
Schools: Bonsall HS
Land Use: Currently undeveloped. Zoning: agriculture (A170); Land Use Designation: Public/Semi-Public Facilities

Development Type
Educational (New High School)

Local Action
Site Plan

Project Issues
Aesthetic/Visual, Agricultural Land, Air Quality, Archaeologic-Historic, Geologic/Seismic, Noise, Population/Housing Balance, Recreation/Parks, Schools/Universities, Sewer Capacity, Soil Erosion/Compaction/Grading, Solid Waste, Toxic/Hazardous, Traffic/Circulation, Water Quality, Landuse, Cumulative Effects

Reviewing Agencies (Agencies in Bold Type submitted comment letters to the State Clearinghouse)
Resources Agency; Department of Conservation; Department of Parks and Recreation; Department of Water Resources; Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 5; Native American Heritage Commission; California Highway Patrol; Caltrans, District 11; Department of Toxic Substances Control; Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 9  

Date Received: 5/26/2017   Start of Review: 5/26/2017       End of Review: 6/26/2017