The Gateway Specific Plan

The Gateway Specific Plan

The Gateway Specific Plan

The Gateway Specific Plan

The Gateway Specific Plan was submitted to the City of Grand Terrace in December 2017. The Plan involves a total of 131-acres located north of Grand Terrace High School along the eastern side of I-215. Mixed uses including both commercial and residential projects, combined with recreational open-space are envisioned to provide new opportunities in Grand Terrace.

One of the key benefits of the Gateway Specific Plan is that it addresses many of the current infrastructure deficiencies by bringing new roads and utilities to the area. The focal point of the Gateway planning area will be the creation of a new major arterial connecting Commerce Way with Taylor Street. Projected to be an alternative to Michigan Avenue, this new 4-lane divided road alignment will serve to lessen traffic, noise and congestion on existing city streets.

The Gateway Plan will initiate the environmental review process this Spring ensuring that the project conforms to the California Environmental Quality Act. For the balance of 2018 the City will hold periodic workshops where the citizens of Grand Terrace as well as those in the surrounding area can review the Gateway Specific Plan and have the opportunity to ask questions. In early 2019 the Gateway Plan is scheduled to be heard by the City of Grand Terrace Planning Commission and City Council.

Coinciding with the completion of the Barton Road Intersection improvements currently underway by CALTRANS/SANBAG (San Bernardino Associated Governments), assuming no out of the ordinary delays, the Gateway Plan could potentially commence development in either late 2019 or early 2020 depending upon the approval process.

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The Gateway Specific Plan