World Logistics Center Project Draft Environmental Impact Report
Posted for Review
The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the World Logistics Center project is complete and available for review.
The proposed World Logistics Center project area covers 3,918 acres in eastern Moreno Valley. The entire area is covered by a General Plan Amendment that will designate 2,635 acres for logistics development, 20 acres for public utility uses, and 1,159 acres for permanent open space. The remaining 104 acres will be used for utility extensions to serve the World Logistics Center project.
Within the WLC project area, 2,710 acres are included in a proposed World Logistics Center Specific Plan which will contain all of the 2,635 acres of proposed logistics land uses and 75 acres for Open Space. Within the Specific Plan area, up to 41.4 million square feet of high-cube logistics uses are proposed in the LD “Logistics Development” designation, as well as 200,000 square feet of warehouse and related uses to be included in the “Light Logistics” designation.
The WLC project area location is just north of the San Jacinto Wildlife Area and includes seven rural residential properties in the area generally east of Redlands Boulevard, south of SR- 60, west of Gilman Springs Road, and north of the San Jacinto Wildlife Area.
To review a copy of the DEIR and related Technical Appendices, please see associated link below.
To provide comments on the DEIR, please submit written comments to the City of Moreno Valley Community & Economic Development Department Planning Division no later than Monday, April 8, 2013, which concludes the 60 day review period.
For more information on this project, please contact Mark Gross, Senior Planner, at 951.413.3215