Comments for former Paso Robles Boy’s School must be submitted between June 7 and July 24
PASO ROBLES — The City of Paso Robles has released the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for The Landing Paso Robles, a master plan of development for the reuse of the former Paso Robles Boy’s School site, located at 4545 Airport Road at the northwest corner of the intersection of Airport and Dry Creek Roads, west of the Paso Robles Airport. Residents are asked to review the report and provide input if desired.
The DEIR addresses the potential environmental impacts of the proposed development. The report can be downloaded at prcity.com/CEQA (under “Current CEQA Documents”). Paper copies are available for public review at the Paso Robles Library and City Hall, both located at 1000 Spring Street in Paso Robles.
Comments on the report can be submitted to the city between June 7 and July 24. Public hearings held by both the Planning Commission and City Council are tentatively scheduled for later in the year. Comments must be submitted in writing and received by the City of Paso Robles prior to the close of the public review period.
To submit a comment, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
City of Paso Robles
Community Development Department
1000 Spring Street
Paso Robles, CA 93446
The Landing Paso Robles project is the redevelopment of a 140-acre site to allow for the construction and operation of a warehouse, business park, and commercial center. The project would include a warehouse and a mix of employment and visitor-serving uses, including, but not limited to, industrial flex space, maker spaces, offices, retail uses, a restaurant, a market hall, a hotel, a winery, and passive park and green spaces with agricultural elements. Off-site infrastructure improvements are also proposed to support the project.