What is an Environmental Impact Report (EIR)?
An EIR is an informational document required for some projects under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) which will inform the public agency decision-makers and the public generally of:

  • the significant environmental effects of a project
  • possible ways to minimize significant effects
  • reasonable alternatives to the project 

Why do we need an EIR?
According to state law, an EIR must be prepared when there is substantial evidence in the record that supports a fair argument that significant effects may occur as a result of a project (PRC §21080(d)).


Tentative Schedule

Pacific Community Center
501 S. Pacific Avenue, Glendale 91204

  • Early 2018
    • Continued public outreach on South Glendale Community Plan
    • Draft South Glendale Community Plan EIR available for community and Commission review

  • Mid 2018 – Final South Glendale Community Plan EIR available for Council consideration