Public Services a) SERVICING
Public Services. Potentially Less Than Less than No Significant Significant Significant Impact Would the project: Impact
Public Services a) The United Kingdom and Canada affirm and recognise the right of governments, at all levels, to provide and support the provision of services that they consider public services including in areas such as public health and education, social services and housing and the collection, purification and distribution of water.
Public Services. All services provided by CITY, City Agency and Public Agency to serve the residents and the businesses to be located on the Property, as may be identified in the General Plan, Development Plan, Project Entitlements, or Special Conditions; and may include, without limitation, the maintenance, operation or the provision of, as the context implies: [(i) streets, alleys, bridges, pedestrian and bicycle paths, parking lots and freeway improvements; (ii) heavy and light rail and trolley transit services; (iii) bus transit services; (iv) surface and storm drainage improvements and pollution control services; (v) sanitary sewer improvements and pollution control services; (vi) water storage and transmission facilities and water services; (vii) flood control improvements; (viii) solid waste services; (ix) electrical and gas utilities; (x) street lighting; (xi) police and fire services; (xii) parks, plazas, open space, greenbelts, trails, and landscaping; (xiii) habitat conservation areas; (xiv) drainage retention and flood control basins;
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Public Services. Electricity: The Agreement and proposed Amendment will not significantly impact total electrical demand beyond that originally identified in the City’s CEQA documents. The Agreement and proposed Amendment will develop approximately 100 zero net energy homes, which has the potential to reduce the total estimated electrical demand. As such, the activities funded by the Agreement and proposed Amendment will potentially reduce the projects impact upon electrical demand. Natural Gas: The Agreement and proposed Amendment will not significantly impact total natural gas demand beyond that originally identified in the City’s CEQA documents. The Agreement and proposed Amendment will develop approximately 100 zero net energy homes, which has the potential to reduce the total estimated natural gas. As such, the activities funded by the Agreement and proposed Amendment will potentially reduce the projects impact upon natural gas demand.
Public Services a. Would the project result in an increased need for public services (for example: fire protection, police protection, health care, schools, other)? If so, generally describe. This is a non-project action. The public service demands associated with future development of the Sites pursuant to the development agreement are not likely to differ significantly from what is likely to result from future development of these Sites without the development agreement. Public service demands associated with future development on these Sites will be evaluated in project-level environmental review.
Public Services. The Town shall not be required to approve any Development Application until the Town determines in its sole discretion that adequate public services including, but not limited to, fire protection, emergency medical services, sanitary sewer service, gigabit capable internet service, natural gas, electricity, culinary water, police or other public safety protection and storm water required to support the Development proposed by the Development Application are either then currently available or will become available pursuant to the Development Application on a timely basis as necessary to support the Development.