Healthy Living Campus Draft EIR Now Available
Wednesday, March 10, 2021

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Healthy Living Campus on Beach Cities Health District's property at 514 N. Prospect Ave. is now available. BCHD has extended the requisite 45-day public review and comment period to 90 days, extending from March 10 through June 10.

Official public comments about the technical sufficiency of the Draft EIR impact analysis, mitigation measures, and alternatives will be accepted until June 10, 2021 at 5 p.m. 

View the Draft Environmental Impact Report

How to Comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Report

90-Day Public Review and Comment Period: March 10 - June 10, 2021

There are a variety of ways to submit written or oral public comments.

Public comments at the March 24 meeting will begin following the Draft EIR presentation by Wood Environment at the regularly scheduled BCHD Board of Directors meeting.

For more information on how to submit a comment or join a meeting, visit 

Draft Environmental Impact Report Videos

The following videos provide a brief overview on a variety of topics in the Draft Environmental Impact Report by Nick Meisinger, NEPA/CEQA Project Manager from Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions, Inc.

HLC Project Plan Aesthetic and Visual Construction Emissions
Healthy Living Campus Project Plan Aesthetics and Visual Resources 3.1 Construction Emissions Section 3.2, Air Quality
Hazards & Hazardous Materials Noise Section Transportation Section
Hazard and Hazardous Materials Section 3.8 Noise Section 3.11 Transportation Section 3.14

About the Environmental Impact Report

In 1970, the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) became state law. CEQA requires state and local agencies within California to analyze proposed construction projects and provide an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) detailing potential environmental impacts and outlining measures to avoid or mitigate those impacts, if feasible.

What is the purpose on an EIR?

An EIR is for project decision-makers and the public to understand environmental impacts of a proposed project and review plans to mitigate those impacts. Learn More.