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South Moreno Valley Walmart Project
Final Environmental Impact Report Released,
Public Hearing Scheduled

The Final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed South Moreno Valley Walmart is complete and available for public review and comment. The project site is a vacant parcel of approximately 21 acres located at the southwest corner of Gentian Street and Perris Boulevard.

The project has been scheduled for a public hearing before the Planning Commission on October 8, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chamber at City Hall.

This project proposes a Plot Plan application for development of a retail store (Walmart) consisting of a total of 185,761 square feet and a single commercial outparcel. The outparcel could be used for either a gas station with 16 fueling pumps, a 2,900-square-foot convenience store, and a drive-through car wash; alternatively it could be used for a 3,500-square-foot fast food restaurant with drive through and a 3,200 square feet retail building. Development of the site will include an on-site detention basin and off-site roadway and utility improvements.

The applicant is also seeking approval to subdivide the project site into two parcels.

The Final EIR contains responses to the comments that were received on the Draft EIR during the public review period. The Final EIR includes the proposed Mitigation Monitoring Program for the project.

The document is available on the City’s website at Hard copies of the document can be reviewed during normal business hours at City Hall at the Planning Division counter or at the Moreno Valley Library.

For more information on this project, contact Jeff Bradshaw, Associate Planner at (951) 413-3224 or the Moreno Valley Planning Division at (951) 413-3206.