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Cal Poly Master Plan

Cal Poly Master Plan Update

Cal Poly will prepare an Environmental Impact Report for the Master Plan 2035. The Master Plan provides a framework for implementation of the University’s goals and programs by identifying needed facilities and improvements to accommodate a gradual growth in student enrollment due to area-wide and regional growth in student population and continuing high demand for Cal Poly education. The student enrollment is projected to reach 22,500 full-time equivalent (FTE) students (25,000 head count) by 2035. The Master Plan main objective is to guide campus development accommodating this gradual student enrollment growth over the next 20 years while preserving and enhancing the quality of campus life.

Cal Poly completed an Initial Study for the Master Plan which indicates that the project may potentially have significant environmental impacts which will be addressed in the EIR being prepared by University. The 30-day public review period for the Initial Study begins on October 3, 2016 and ends on November 1, 2016.

Master Plan Initial Study
DRAFT Master Plan Text

A public meeting to receive comments on the Initial Study are scheduled as follows:
October 20, 2016 at 6pm at the University Union room 220 (Bldg. 65-220)

The Initial Study is available for public review during the public review period at the University’s website at http://masterplan.calpoly.edu, at Kennedy Library at the Cal Poly campus, and at the San Luis Obispo County Library.

If you wish to comment, please send your written comments so the comments are received no later than 5:00pm, Tuesday, November 1, 2016 to:

Julie Hawkins, Campus Planner
Facilities Planning and Capital Projects
California Polytechnic State University
1 Grand Avenue
San Luis Obispo, California
Phone: (805) 756-6563
Email: jkhawkin@calpoly.edu

http://masterplan.calpoly.edu/

Existing Cal Poly Master Plan

Cal Poly's Master Plan and Environmental Impact Report was presented to and approved by the California State University Board of Trustees on March 20 & 21, 2001 in Long Beach. The Master Plan and Environmental Impact Report is available for review at the Kennedy Library and at Facilities Planning & Capital Projects. It can also be downloaded from this site.