THE GATEWAY PROJECT
UPDATED OCTOBER 26, 2011

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As Temple City's newest retail development in almost 20 years, the Gateway Project is a 75,000 square foot shopping center located at the corner of Rosemead Boulevard and Las Tunas Drive. The development calls for a major retailer, two restaurant pads, office space and underground parking.

Click here to visit the project website.

ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE cITY COUNCIL AND pLANNING cOMMISSION:

On April 5, 2011, the City Council adopted final planning entitlements including the project's environmental assessment, zone change ordinance, and conditional use permit.

Click here to view the City Council staff report from April 5, 2011 [PDF]; links to the enclosures referenced on pg. 3 can be found below.


On March 15, 2011, the City Council held a public hearing to consider the required entitlements.  The City Council closed the public hearing and made a motion to approve the zone change (Ordinance No. 11-944 for first reading by title only).

Click here to view the City Council staff report from March 15, 2011 [PDF]; links to the enclosures referenced on pg. 5 can be found below.


On February 22, 2011, the City's Planning Commission recommended Council approval of the project's zone change, conditional use permit, and subsequent mitigated negative declaration. Documents from that meeting are provided below.

PLANNING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT [PDF]
Describes the proposed project and requested planning actions

CONCEPTUAL PROJECT DESIGNS [PDF]
Includes the proposed site plan, aerial perspective and elevations

SUBSEQUENT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION [PDF]
Identifies potential project related environmental impacts and recommended mitigation measures
View news release [PDF]

APPENDIX A: GREENHOUSE GAS ANALYSIS [PDF]
APPENDIX B: TRAFFIC MEMORANDUM [PDF]

For more information, please email or call Steve Masura at (626) 285-2171.