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Environmental Review

Unlike SoccerCity, which intentionally circumvented any public or CEQA review, SDSU has already started the process of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the site. Through this process, the public will be able to provide feedback, and measures will be put in place to mitigate for the project’s impacts.

From the Initiative

“The Existing Stadium Site shall be comprehensively planned through an SDSU Campus Master Plan revision process, which requires full compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (Pub. Resources Code commencing with section 21000).”

SDSU West Vs. SoccerCity

SDSU West
Soccer City
Provides landlocked SDSU the ability to acquire critical land for academic and research growth
Complies with environmental standards under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
Gives voters the power to guarantee a permanent River Park and dedicated open space
Requires a public, transparent planning process
Delivers appropriate traffic infrastructure and mitigations consistent with the state’s tough environmental standards
Commits to a joint-use stadium that meets both SDSU and professional soccer's needs

Environmental Review

Updates

Join us in ensuring that one of our city's last major parcels of land is secured for current and future generations

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