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1 Imagine Brea General Plan Annual Report 2011 April 1, 2012

2 Table of Contents General Plan Annual Review Memorandum (Progress made on goals, objectives, and policies) Page 1 General Plan Implementation Guide Attachment A Annual Element Progress Report Tables A through C Attachment B Housing Element Implementation Program Summary.. Attachment C

3 CITY OF BREA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Building & Safety Economic Planning MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: BY: City Council Tim O Donnell, City Manager Eric Nicoll, Director DATE: April 1, 2012 SUBJECT: GENERAL PLAN ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT FOR 2011 In 2011, the City continued to implement the Goals and Policies that were laid out in the comprehensive update to the General Plan adopted in August As required by Section of the California Government Code, the following is an annual report on the status of the plan and a report on Brea s progress in meeting our share of the Regional Housing Needs Assessment established through the Southern California Association of Governments. The Brea General Plan is organized into six sections identified as chapters, each of which includes one of the state mandated elements of a General Plan, consistent with, and pursuant to, Section of the California Government Code. The following report is organized into the chapters from the General Plan. The first appendix of the General Plan, Appendix A: Implementation Guide (attached) provides the overall direction and the specific Policies that are to be carried out to fulfill the City Council adopted Goals intended to be reached as a result of the General Plan Update. This appendix should be referenced for any specific information regarding goals and policies cited in this report. Land Use The Downtown Collection, a mixed-use development consisting of 19 townhomes, with seven live-work units, eight duplexes, and three single-family residences was underway in This mixed-use project is in accordance with General Plan policy CD-6.2 to encourage ownership housing along South Brea Boulevard, and will also incorporate three affordable units at the moderate level on-site. The Stone Valley condominium project, which consists of 22 affordable units at the moderate level, was also completed and occupied in The City facilitated the processing of financial assistance for the Bonterra Affordable Apartments, being developed by Jamboree Housing. This project includes 94 units for extremely low and low income households as part of the Blackstone. The initial construction of the first four casita units at Capriana, a Continuing Care Retirement, were also underway signaling the start of the La Floresta project which its entitled for 1,357 new residential units. Brea Plaza Shopping Center, located along Imperial Highway adjacent to the 57 freeway completed its center expansion in The center is now home to a number of new retail tenants for Brea including Jared the Galleria of Jewelry, Carter s children s clothing, Pinkberry, the Meat

4 Page 2 House, Mother s Market, and quick food eateries: Chick-fil-A, Panera Bread, Z Pizza, and Chipotle that are in support of General Plan goals CD-23, CD-24, and CD-26. Circulation Goal CD-11 calls for the City to provide a safe and efficient circulation system that meets the needs of the community. During 2011, the City purchased and installed a Traffic Signal Master Computer System to manage and monitor traffic signals throughout the City, upgraded traffic signal controllers and synchronized eleven intersections along Birch Street. Public transportation efforts, as called for in Goal CD-12, have continued to be implemented. The City completed intersection widening and traffic signal modifications at Imperial Highway and Associated Road as part of the overall Imperial Highway Smart Street Project. To fulfill Goals of the Circulation Element, staff has worked with Orange County Transportation Association (OCTA) as called for in various General Plan Policies. With financial support of OCTA and Older American Act, the Senior Mobility program has continued to transport senior citizens to the Senior Center to participate in the Senior Nutrition program, and operates an on demand Shuttle service for grocery, doctor, and pharmacy trips. Goal CD-13 calls for the City to provide for an extensive, integrated, and safe bicycle, hiking, and pedestrian network throughout the community, and make Brea a pedestrian-friendly community. The City upgraded video detection systems at State College Boulevard and Lambert Road, Brea Boulevard and Lambert Road, and Brea Boulevard and Ash Street. The City also completed construction of the first phase of The Tracks at Brea trail project (running through Arovista Park and along the Brea Canyon Flood Control Channel), paid for by a grant from OCTA. Infrastructure Efforts in infrastructure improvements are facilitated through the City s CIP projects. During 2011, numerous street improvement and rehabilitation projects were also performed, in keeping with Policy CD These improvements include storm drain improvements at the Brea Sports Park; relining 15,070 linear feet of damaged sewer line citywide to extend the useful life of the system in a cost effective manner; rehabilitation of pavement and upgrade of water services at the Cinnamon Tract; removal and replacement of more than 6,000 square feet of displaced sidewalk and 350 linear feet of curb and gutter city-wide; and the rehabilitation of pavement, upgrade of water services and installation of missing sidewalks on Elm Street between Brea Boulevard and State College Boulevard. The City also completed an annual street slurry project that slurried 1.25 million square feet of city streets. As specified in Policies CD-14.1, CD-14.2, and CD-14.4, new development proposal review includes checking for consistency with water, power, and waste infrastructure. In addition, impact fees continued to be applied to new development to pay for needed infrastructure improvements. An update to the traffic nexus program was also completed in 2011 that established a single rate for all of Brea. The City also continues to participate in, and meet all requirements of, the Orange County Storm Water Management Plan. The City completed an update of its Pavement Management Plan in conformance with OCTA requirements. Furthermore, storm water quality outreach and public education is still a priority, with a focused integration into staffs discussion with proposed development representatives. Growth Management Staff continued to work in regards to Growth Management Goals by cooperating in the annual Congestion Management Plan update and being active in OCCOG, SCAG and other regional bodies, as set forth in Policies G-27.1 and G Applications for infill housing and second units also help to carry out the vision expressed for Growth Management through Policies CD-27.4 and CD-27.5.

5 Page 3 In keeping with Policies CD-26.3, 27.1,.4 and.5, 28.1,.2 and.3, Brea continues to actively participate in regional land use and transportation planning through the Southern California Association of Governments, Orange County Transportation Authority, Four Corners Group and Orange County Council of Governments. Additionally, staff is active on the Hillside Open Space Education Coalition and Orange County Senior Housing Council. Economic The Policies contained in Goals CD-1, CD-4, CD-6 and CD-23 call for the use of redevelopment set-aside funds and other funding mechanisms to assist with the development of work force housing. In addition to the housing projects described above, the City completed The Edges project and rehabilitated the Barney Barnes Bandstand in City Hall Park during The Neighborhood Enhancement Program continued as called for in Policy 1.12 with the administration of CDBG grants and loans. A Neighborhood Clean-up Day was held for the neighborhood north of Brea Marketplace. Residents generated a total of 12.4 tons of trash. The Economic Division also coordinated the painting of five additional houses through the volunteer Paint Your Heart Out Program, resulting in a total of 51 homes painted to date, which supports this Policy. As called for in the Policies of Goals CD-23, CD-24, and CD-25, staff continues to be active in maintaining and facilitating the Business Retention and Attraction Program. This has been performed through a regional marketing plan, active participation in the Chamber of Commerce s Economic Committee, the North Orange County Partnership, monthly Business Outreach visits, and Orange County Business Council activities. The City continued ongoing efforts to attract and retains successful Brea businesses. Efforts this past year have resulted in Bank of America processing center signing a new lease, Beckman Coulter consolidating operations here, and Fulfillment Corporation moving their two Fullerton locations to one Brea site. Further efforts to fulfill the above-mentioned Policies include close coordination with the Chamber of Commerce to address the needs of existing and future businesses in the community. The end of the year saw action by the State Supreme Court that ruled the wind down of all Redevelopment Agencies in California. For Brea the elimination of our 40 year agency and programs will bring significant loss in local housing and economic funding tools in the coming year, in addition to our ability to be proactive in fostering redevelopment and economic development for our community. Resources The Parks, Recreation and Human Services Commission and staff continue to ensure current needs and services are balanced. Policies CR-1.1 CR-1.7 call for the creation of new park space with development proposals to enhance the overall availability of parks for our growing community. In fulfilling this Policy, staff continues to work with developers to integrate park space within new developments. Trails continue to be a priority of the City, as called for in the Policies and Goals of CR-7 and CR-8. The City has worked extensively with State and Federal agencies to integrate planning and funding of recreation and trail facilities and to implement related General Plan Goals and Policies. In addition to completing construction of the first phase for The Tracks at Brea, the City received three grants totaling $914,000 for the acquisition of the final segment of the trail

6 Page 4 route. The City also successfully negotiated an agreement with Shea Homes for a trail easement at the entrance to the Blackstone housing complex. Policy CR-9.3 calls for the City to preserve and restore of the habitat value of creek corridors and in 2011 the City participated in Brea s seventh Inner Coastal Cleanup, generating more than 256 volunteers. Also in 2011, the first restoration project on Randolph Creek was held. Policy CR-10.3 states that the City will manage stands of mature trees, particularly native species, as unique and visual resources. In 2011, Brea received the Tree City USA award for the 14 th year. Ongoing efforts in fulfillment of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and a variety of storm water control system improvements were continued, as directed in Goals CR-11 and CR-12. Water conservation was also enhanced by requiring the use of drought tolerant plant materials for private development and using drought tolerant materials for public projects. Additionally, the City achieved a 13% citywide reduction in water consumption through the enforcement of the water conservation ordinance. Policy CR-13.2 calls for the City to promote energy conservation and recycling by public and private sectors. The City continues to lead the way regionally through implementation of sustainability initiatives aimed at improving the quality of life in Brea. City staff worked together for many months to make a solar panel project for City facilities economically feasible. In 2011, the City completed its Energy Efficiency Project, which is estimated to save the City $13 million in energy and maintenance costs over its 20+ year life. This project includes 1.8 MW of solar (PV) energy production, 19 package heating and cooling units, new remote HVAC controls units, replacement of 5,267 lamping units/fixtures, and replacement of 3,157 pole-mounted cobra head street lighting and 1,003 decorative fixtures. The solar panels made the City of Brea the largest municipal provider of solar energy in Orange County. In addition to this project, the City applied for and received a grant of more than $200,000 from Southern California Edison for energy efficiency projects. The commitment to maximize use of available recreation programs and cooperative efforts with Brea Olinda Unified School District called for under Policies CR-3.1, and CR-3.2 continue. Policies of Goals CD-1, CD-3 call for annual assessments of park resources and amenities. In support of this goal, the City has spent $762,370 in Proposition 12 and Proposition 40 grant funds to enhance existing park facilities. Enhancements were made at all City of Brea parks. Staff continues to encourage eligible property owners to utilize Mills Act loans and to place their property on the Historic Registry Listing, as called for in Policies CR-14.4 and CR During 2011, the City completed construction of a new storage building behind the Brea Museum (Brea Historic Register listing #3) for Historical Society artifacts and park maintenance equipment. As expressed through Policy CS-1.1, the Brea Center (BCC) remains the focal point for ongoing activities supporting the Brea community. The annual attendance of the BCC is now 418,000 people. Classes/programs offered at the BCC this past year included fitness, wellness, group exercise classes for all ages, decreasing youth obesity workshops, Parent s Education classes, preventative medical screening, a full dental clinic, and many more. As called for in Policies CS-1.1 and CS-1.4, special emphasis is placed on Brea s after school program for grade school ages and a teen center for the teen population. The Student Advisory Board (SAB) housed at the Teen Zone, continues to explore, design and implement a variety of workshops on teen-related topics for the participants, such as teen stress and anxiety,

7 Page 5 understanding diversity, and conflict resolution. The City s after school programs continue to operate and have been enhanced through additional grant funding to support transportation for Brea youth to the BCC. The Family Resource Center located within the BCC, as emphasized in Policy CS-1, provides extensive family support programs, such as rental and utility bill assistance, groceries, legal aid, tax prep, gas vouchers, financial consulting, and family counseling, and the BCC is also home to Early Childhood Education programs. The Brea Senior Center provides home delivered meals to over 45 home-bound seniors. This program is operated by volunteers. The Senior Center itself continued to offer a variety of programming and services to the local senior community, including enhanced Senior Stay Fit programs that provide seniors with regular exercise classes. These classes feature the Arthritis Foundation Exercise program, tai chi, hatha yoga, balance and mobility training, and physical fitness training. In addition to home-delivered meals, the Senior Nutrition Program continues to offer hot meals at the Center to seniors who are either driven to the Center or receive transportation through our City operated shuttle system. Finally, free surplus food items, e.g., soup, cereal, breads, pastries, peanut butter, rice, and vegetables are distributed to Brea s seniors to complement the daily hot lunch program. Two local hospitals (St. Jude and UCI Medical Center) provide physicians as guest speakers to the center. The Art in Public Places (APP) Program is a treasured program of the community, providing highly visible and accessible art experiences. Currently, over 156 large outdoor art sculptures are a feature on private developments throughout the City. The and Cultural Arts Commission expanded Brea Gallery s art education opportunities for students and adults by offering a variety of lectures and design projects with artists in exhibit. In keeping with Policy CS-6.1, the Curtis Theatre again hosted a variety of live performances for all age groups. The Youth Theatre program has an annual registration of 600 children. The City also sponsors live concerts and presentations in City Parks during summer. Public Safety The Brea Police and Fire s continue to enhance their services to our community through strategic deployment of personnel and utilization of resources. In keeping with Policies PS-1 and PS-2, staff actively participated in the design review and plan review process for new developments including the proposed Central Park Village project (former Brea Hospital site). Attention to fire prevention measures in the high fire hazard zones remains a focus area of the Fire. Policy PS-1.2 calls for coordinated efforts in the realm of technology and public safety. The purchased and implemented a new in-patrol car video camera system which provides photographic evidence to aid in the prosecution of crimes, and aids in the defense of liability claims against the City. In addition, the hired a new Crime Analyst, which expands the use of crime analysis information to identify crime trends in an effort to better deploy our resources, apprehend criminals, and help predict where crime may occur. The Fire has also continued to implement Policies PS-1.2, PS-6.1, through its Weed Abatement Enforcement Program and compliance with the Very High Fire Hazard Areas code requirements for new residential construction. Policy PS-1.4 calls for the Fire to determine and meet community needs for fire protection and emergency services. The implemented a Council approved twoyear pilot agreement with the City of Fullerton to share eight Fire Command staff positions. Estimated second and annual subsequent year savings to Brea is $880,000 per year. In

8 Page 6 addition, the completed a review of OCFA and LA County fire service proposals. The approved Brea option includes a redeployment strategy and sharing of a single Battalion Chief with Fullerton. First year savings alone are estimated at more than $500,000. The Fire also trained 70 new Emergency Response Team (CERT) volunteers and conducted two neighborhood CERT exercises, one each in Olinda Village and Sommerset Townhomes. The CERT program is in keeping with Policies PS-1.9 and PS The Action Patrol (CAP), as called for in Policy PS-1.4, continues to be implemented. CAP provides a valuable service by having volunteers handle vacation housechecks and other miscellaneous duties that free up police officers for more pressing matters. The Police have also performed Emergency Management Systems training and worked on evaluating the effectiveness of Brea s Emergency Operations Center in conjunction with Policy PS All Staff and Supervisors completed required training in the Incident Management System. Additionally, the Police has entered into a pilot program concerning victim s rights in efforts towards Policy PS The Police continued to reach out to the community through the Action Patrol and to our high schools through our School Resource Officer. The Police also launched Watch. This newly revitalized program mobilizes volunteers in both residential and business communities who want make their community safer by working with members of the Brea Police. Watch is based on the successful Neighborhood Watch program, which is one of the oldest and best known crime prevention concepts in North America. Neighbor helping neighbor is the approach at its most fundamental level. Hazards Management as called for in Policies PS-4 and PS-5 continue as part of the ongoing operations of the Public Works, Fire, and departments. Response times, DUI enforcement, and traffic violations also continue to be priorities of the Police. Attachment A Implementation Guide Attachment B Annual Element Progress Report Attachment C Housing Implementation Program Summary

9 ATIACHMENT A Appendix A IMPLMENTATION GUIDE THE CITY OF BREA--- GENERAL PLAN

10 AppendixA IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE Use of the General T he General Plan Implementation Guide provides a guide to implement adopted General Plan policies and plans for City elected officials, staff and the public. The purpose of the Implementation Guide is to ensure the overall direction provided in the General Plan for City growth and development is translated from general terms to specific actions. Each implementation measure is a program, procedure, or technique that requires additional City action. This action may either occur on a City-wide basis, or in individual subareas. Some of the implementation measures are processes or procedures the City currently administers on a day-to-day basis (such as development project review), while others identify new programs or projects that will become day-to-day planning activities in Brea. The City Council, by relating the Implementation Guide to the General Plan, recognizes the importance of long-range planning considerations and budgeting to such day-to-day activities. Implementation of the specific programs will be subject to funding constraints. The Implementation Guide is organized into five subsections that correspond to the General Plan Chapters. Each of the subsections is comprised of programs that directly relate to the policies and plans of the corresponding General Plan element. The Implementation Guide is intended for use as the basis for preparing the Annual Report to the City Council on the status of Plan the City's progress in implementing the General Plan, as described Implementation in Section of the California Government Code. Because Guide many of the individual actions and programs described in the Implementation Guide act as mitigation for significant environmental impacts resulting from planned development identified in the General Plan, the annual report can also provide a means of monitoring the application of the mitigation measures as BREA GEt\ERAL PLAN A-1

11 required by AS This Implementation Guide should be updated annually with the budget process and whenever the City's General Plan is amended or updated to ensure continued consistency and usefulness. BREA GENERAL PLAN A-2

12 Potential Funding Poli Source SECTION I: land USE Citywide CD-1.1 Revise the zoning ordinance and map to reflect the adopted land Use Policy Map, and implement the Services General fund By the end of CD-1.2 updated ordinance and map over time. 2004; CD l.4 Ongoing CD 1.5 Use redevelopmenf set-aside funds and other funding mechanisms to assist with the development of work Economic Redevelopment CD-1.9 force housing. CD-1.11 CD 4.4 CD 6.6 CD-l.3 Structure zoning ordinance use regulations to allow a broad range of commercial and industrial businesses. Economic General fund Ongoing CD-l.6 Create partnerships with the Clumber of Commerce and other local organizations to attract new businesses to the community. CD l.7 A3 part of a development impact fee program, collect funds for the acquisition and improvement of trails Devetopment Services Impact fees Est.1blish CD-1.8 shown on Figure CR 2 of the Resources Chapter. program by end of 2005; Require developers to provide the open space linkages and trails shown on Figure CR~2 of the Ongoing Resources Chaoter. CO-l.10 Revise zoning regulations for residential zones to ensure maximum preservation of open space resources. Services General fund Revise ordinance by Cooperate with conservation agencies in their efforts to acquire open space. Cooperation may indude Mitigation payments end of 2004 partnering City funds with private sources for strategic open space acquisitions. Onl!Oin. CD-l.13 Conduct a study to determine whether existing residential zoning regulations adequately address the Services General fund By the end of suitability of additions to existing residential units, the bulk of residential de-velopment, particularly as it 2004 pertains to established neighborhoods. If the study points toward a need to revise standards, revise standards accordinlliy. CD-l.12 Continue the use of the City's housing rehabilitation loan program and NEIGHBORHOOD ENHANCEMENT Economic Redevelopment OngOing PROGRAM. Funds; DeIIl!lopment Block Grants ICDBGI funds CD-1.14 Authorize funds annually and identify necessary staff resources to allow continued implementation of the Services Annually Neighborhood Preservation Ordinance. Redevelopment.~- Funds Focus Areas: Northwe51 Neillhborhoods CD-2.1 Develop and adopt design guidelines for residential development. SeMces General fund By the end of 2005 CD-2.2 For all new residential development proposals, require that street and/or pedestrian connections are provided Services Application fees Ongoing between existin. develoomenl that abuts the new develooment and that new development. CD-2.3 Study the recommendations of the Street Design and TraffIC Calming Recommendations for Neighborhoods 4 Services General fund; Complete CD-4.3 and 6 in the City of Brea, CA study, and prioritize recommended improvements. ClP funds analysis by 2006; implement Identify where such traffic calming devices could be effective in reducing speeds on other residential streets. Economic Redevelopment funds improvements as funds available CD-2.4 Continue to implement City ordinances regulating street trees and landscaping. Services General fund Ongoing Maintenance BRE~ GENER~LPLAN A-J

13 Policv Imolementation Pro2ram Descriotion Responsible AKency Potential Funding Source Time Frame CO 2.5 Utilize grant and loan programs to assist small businesses with fal;<1de enhancements. Economic Developmenr Redevelopment Ongoing funds; Block Grants (CDBGI fund, CD-3.1 Enhance and emphasize Puente and Berry Streets as primary pedestrian routes to Central Avenue by Services Capital Improvement Ongoing; CD-3.2 enhanced landscaping and improved pedestrian safety. Program (CIP) fund' CD-J.6 Services, Investigate the feasibility of establishing daily. regularly scheduled transit service throughout the Northwest acta Investigate by neighborhood and other areas of the City with concentrations of older residents and others that rely heavily OCTA end of 2005, on public transit. Federal grants implement as needed CD 3.2 InveStigate the feasibility of establishing daily, regularly scheduled transit service throughout the Northwest Services, acta Investigate by neighborhood OCTA Federal grants end of 2005, implement as needed; With redevelop of commercial sites within the ClreCl, consider establishing a senior center as part of any mixed Economic Redevelopment funds As use development. DepClrtment development is nronosed CD 3.4 Work with Chamber of Commerce to help encourage local retail businesses to market and serve residents in Economic Ongoing the Northwest area., Chamber of Commerce CD-3.5 Extend the DowntO'Nn directional 5ignage program to Central Avenue. Services Redevelopment funds By 2004; CD-4.2 Establish streerscapellandscape design plans for Central Avenue and Puente and Berry Streets consistent with Capital Improvement By 2006 the Public Realm Urban Design Palette in the Chapter. Program (CIP) funds Related General Plan Element Policies Housing Resources Services Public SafelY Focus Areas: Downtown Brea CD-4.1 Use the City's Business and Attraction Program to help diversify the mix of Downtown businesses by attracting Economic General fund Ongoing CD-21.1 new businesses and expanding existing businesses. CD-21.3 CD-21.6 CD-22.1 CD-22.2 CD-22.4 CD-22.5 CD-23.1 CD-4.4 Revise zoning regulations to be consistent with the Land Use Plan of the General Plan, which plans for mixed Services General fund By (he end of use development along the Brea Boulevard and Birch Street corridors CD-4.5 Ensure Birch Street Streetscape Improvements include signage and landscape links between DowntO'Nn and Services Capital Improvement By 2004 CD-4.6 Gvic Center/Brea Mall area, as well as public plaza areas. Program (OPI funds CD-4.7 Work with Cultural Arts Commission and Recreation Services to promote Brea's heritage through artwork, CulturalArls General fund OngOing CD-5.6 CR-14.7 C5-5.1 signs, preservation, recreation programs, events, and historical structures throughour the City and in City park Commission, CR-14.8 C5-5.2 land,. Recreation Servkes CR-l4.9 C5-5.4 CR-15.3 C5-5.6 Use Federal, state, non~profit, and private programs and resources to promote Brea's historic resources. CR 15.5 CR-15.6 CD-4.8 Conduct a study to determine whether a trolley system that serves Downtown 8rea and surrounding areas is feasible. BREA GENERAL PLAN A 4

14 Potential Funding Poli Source..._- Areas: Historic B rea CO-5.1 Establish streetscapenandscape design plans for South Brea Boulevard and Historic Brea thai complementlhe Economic Developmenl Capital Improvement By 2006 CD-S.2 existing historic environment and resources. Ensure plans are consistent with the Public Realm Urban Design Program (eip) funds Palette in Ihe Chapter. CO-5.3 Revise the zoning ordinance and map to reflect the adopted land Use Policy Map, and implement the, updated ordinance and map over time. Economic CO-5.4 CO-5.6 CO-6.1 CO-6.5 CO-6.2 Continue to imolementthe Nei2hborhood Enhancement Plan allowin2 for various rehabilitation or02rams. Update and amend the Brea Towne Plaza Specific Plan to indude updated 5tilndards on design guidelines for commercial development for South Brea Boulevard that respect and complement the historic character of surrounding neighborhoods. Encourage ownership housing types such as condominiums and townhouses within in the Mixed Use III area in Soulh Brea Boulevard. CO-5.S Investigate the potential of creating historic districts, conservation districts, andlor preservation overlay zones Servtces General fund, Investigate by CR-14.2 CO-5.7 within the City. Amend the Historic Preservation Ordinance in developing criteria for district designation and end of Z005 include adorooriate re2ulations to safeeuard historic resources within the delineated distrjct. Focus Areas: Carbon Canvon and Olinda Villa2e CO-7.1 Update and continue to implement the Brea Hillside Management Ordinance. Services, Oevelopmenl fee, By the end of CO-7.3 Fire and Police Services Environmental impact 2004; CD-7.4 mitigation CO-B.2 Implement the Hillside Policy within the land Use Section of the General Plan. Ongoing CO-B.3 CO-B.7 CD-7.2 Requi~ development proposals, particularly in sphere of influence and hillside areas to preserve, Ongoing restore, and enhance existing wildlife corridors, habitat, and roadway crossings. Services fee, Environmental impact CR-W.3 CR-10.5 mitieation CO-7.5 Work with the Economic to assist in attracting local.serving businesses in Olinda Village and Services, General fund OngOing CO-21.1 ensure the businesses are consistent with ~he Neighborhood Commercial designation of the Land Use Policy Economic CD-21.3 Map. CD-21.6 CO-22.1 CD-22.2 CO-22.4 CD-22.S CD-23.1 CO-7.7 Investigate creative methods or programs aimed at acquiring and/or purchasing open space lands such as: Services, fees, By 'he end of CO-1.7 CR-4.1 CO-B.1 Bonds, Special 2004 CO-1.9 CR-5.1 Conservation easements; assessment districts, CO-1.10 CR-B.1 Purchase of development rights; Grants, Open space CD-6.2 CR-B.3 Transfer of development rights; conservation funds, CO-7.1 CR-9.1 Mitigation and Land banking; CD-7.5 CR-9.2 rights agreement; and CO-B.6 CR-9.3 Open space preservation (und; CR-9.5 CR-10.6 CO-7.B Investigate alternatives to the Carbon Canyon Specific Plan (or regulating land use within this area. Determine Services, General fund By the end of whether the Plan is feasible to implement with respect to biological, infrastructure, circulation, and 2003 topo~phk:al constraints. Hillsides and Unincorporated Brea CD-8.4 Work with Integrated Waste Management of Orange County (IRWD) to ensure the proposed end use of the I.ndfill is a county rerional park. /--': BREA GENERAL PLAN A-5

15 Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Policv Housing Imolementation Pro2ram Description Responsible A2ency Source Time frame Develooment Resources Services CO-8.S Collaborate with Federal, state. regional, local, non.profir, environmental and conservation organizations. and Services General fund Ongoing CO-l.7 CR-4.3 private entities to conserve, protect, and enhance open spaces and natural resources throughout Brea's er-s3 Planning Area. Public Safely CO-8.6 Review develodment orooosais to ensure oro'eets are intellfated into City's circulation svstem. Services fees O;;o;,i;;; CO-8.8 Work closely with the County of Orange to emphasize the City's need to participate in development review Services General fund OngOing process of projects within Brea's sphere of influence and surrounding unincorporated Southeast Brea CO-9.1 Work with the Economic to assist in attracting new commercial businesses in Southe,Ht Brea Services, General fund Ongoing CO-9.4 that complement rather than compete with businesses along Imperial Highway and Downtown. Also assist in Economic aurading an established quality, educational institution in this area such as a community college or a unique small-scale school such as an art college. not limited to access points, landscaping, proper lighting, intersection improvement, decorated accent paving Recrf!ation Services CO-2.3 CR-7.2 PS-2.3 materials, and other pedestrian improvements. Ensure easy linkages to important activity areas such as CO-2.4 CR-7.S PS-3.1 schools. commercial areas, culturil and social centers and other high pedestrian activity areas. (0-2.5 PS-3.2 CO-6.2 PS-3.3 CO-9.3 Assess the existing park and recreation system according to the standards established in the Parks and Open Recreation Services, fees, Annually CO-l.7 CR-6.2 CS-2.1 PS-2.3 CO-9.6 Space Section. Require dedication of p.rk facilities, a fee in lieu thereof, or a combination of both, as a Services Gener.1 fund, CO-1.8 CR-6.3 CS-1.2 PS-3.1 condition of new development pursuant to the Quimby Act. Also encourage the development of parks and Park dedication CR-64 CS-2.3 PS-3.2 recreational facilities by the private sector, but available for use by the public. Annually review park facility CR-66 CS-2.4 PS-3.3 dedication and development fee requirements to ensure they reflect changing needs of the community, CR-6.7 population growth, and current land and construction costs. CO-9.S See HousinR Element CO-9.7 Have the to explore different cultural art options for the reuse of the Unocal General fund By the end of center theatre or.fter development of the Unocal Research Center SECTION II: ORCUlATlON Re2ional Transportation Facilities CD-l0.1 Coordinate planned development in the planning area with needed improvements to the regional circulation General fund Ongoing CD-26.1 CO-l0.2 system by:, acta, CO-l0.3 Caltrans CD-l0.4 1) Supporting improvement of.11 regional highways and freeways in the.rea with Caltrans; 2) Cooperate with surrounding jurisdictions to ensure efficient operation of the arterial network; and 3) Coordinating with Orange County Transit Authority (CCTA) regarding the planned regional network improvements and transit services. BREA GENERAL PLAN A-6

16 Policy CD-l0.4 CD-1O_6 Implementation Prollram Description Create a special study area (or Caroon Canyon Road to anatyze local and regional impacts and alternatives to improve congestion on this roadway. Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Public Housing Responsible Allency Source Time Frame Resources Services Safely General fund Complete 2005 Developmenr Local Circulation SYstem CD-1O-5 Work closely with OCTA to amend the Master Plan of Arterial Highways as follows: CD-l1.1 CD-ll.2 CD-l1.4 CO-ll.7 CD-6.3 CD-1U CO nl Reclassify P...,. Avenue and Whitti.r Boulevard as a Colledor Arterial. This modification accurately represenb the function of this roadway. Reclassify Br.1 Canyon Boulevard (north of Lombert Road) as a Colledor. The Collector classification best renects the function Brea Canyon Boulevard serves during most travel hours. Only during the evening commute does the roadway experience heavy use, typically as an alternative to the crowded SR-57 freeway. The City will preserve right.-of-way adequate for a Minor Arterial. but the Collector designation indicates the anticipated roadway function. Reclassify South Brea Boulevard (south of Imperill Highway) u Primary Arteriol. This modification preserves right~of-way consistent with a Major Arterial standard but indicates the City's intention to maintain no more than two travel lanes in each direction. The land use plan provides for South Brea Boulevlrd to be a mixed-use. pedestriln-friendly district. The wide right-of,wly will provide space for on-street parking, pedestrian enhancements, ample landscaping, and streetoriented development. Eliminl'" Tonn.ri\'olencil Avenue (north of lambert Rood) IS Proposed PrimllJl Art.rial. Land use policy north 01 lambert Road does not support the MPAH alignm.nt, nor does planned densities reauire a roadway of this size, Implement the circulation system in the planning area in concert with land development to ensure adequate levels of service and monitor the operation of major streets. Future roadways must meet roadway classification spedfications and performance criteria. As traffic approaches the level of Service standards established in the Circulation Section, roadway capadty will be improved by adding through and turn lanes and other transportation measures according to the Arterial Highway Plan. Establish a capital improvement program to address phasing and construction of traffic improvements and capital facilities throughout the planning area. Utilize the Capital Improvement Program (C1P) process to finance and complete the roadway and bikeway improvements spedfied in the Circulation Section, Update the Capital Improvement Program annually to respond to changes in local priorities and available funding sources. General fund Complete. OCTA MPAH by 2004 Generll fund. Ongoing Measure M revenue, fees, Other State and Federal sources, Cas tax revenue Capital Improvement Ongoing Program IClP) funds. Gas tax revenues, Federal Transportation funds CO-l1.5 CD-l1.9 CD-6.4 Revise andlor adopt street design standords. focused on pedestrian and bi"yl"e safety. landscaping. traffic calming. and neighborhood character. If requested by the OCTA. consider requiring (and require developers to provide) bus loading areas or turnouls (or buses. General fund Ongoing Oevelopmen~ OCTA BREA GENERAL PLAN A-7

17 Poli Responsible Ae:en Potential Funding Sourc:e Time frame DeveloDment CO-11.6 Capilallmpro""ment Ongoing CO-12.1, Program lop) funds, Caltrans fees, Gas tax re...enue CO-11.1O Coordinate with the school districts and other entities to develop "Suggested Route to School Plans" for all General fund. Grants Ongoing public and private schools in the City and for schools serving students Irving in Brea. Plans shall identify all, pedestrians and bicycle facilities, and traffic control devices for residents to determine the most appropriate Brea Olinda School travel route. The plans shall also identify existing easements for sidewalks. District, La Habra City School District Related General Plan Element Policies H ' I I Dusing Resources Services Public Safe CO Increase priority of pedestrian Yfety projects (Le., pedestrian street crossings, Sidewalks, or pathways) as part of the Capita/Improvement Program. Review the need to insuii sidewalks or paths and crosswalks on all City streets within one half mile of all public schools within the City. Capital Improvement Program lop) funds Ongoing PS 31 PS-3.2 PS-).) Public b TransDortalion SYstem CO-12.1 Work with OCTA to improve transit service and encourage ridership through the following actions: CO-12.2 CO-12.) CO-12.4 Encourage provision of transit facilities in major new development and major rehabilitation projects; Support OCTA demand responsive (ACCESS) service and other paratransit operations; Work with acta to provide information to the public on available alterantive transportation choices and routes; and Incorporate d6ign features into public improvement projects that promote and support the use of public transportation. Developm.nt, OCTA General fund, Oevelopm.nt fees Ongoing -- CR-6.) CR-7.1 CR-7.S CO-11.3 Encourage local businesses to provide employees with transit passes or other financial incentives to use transit to commute to and from the workplace. General fund, Private investment Ongoing CO-12.5 CO-12.6 Id.ntify bicycl. and ped.strian projects in the OP and Ihrough developm.nt f s that h.lp 10 compl.t. or enhance connections to bus stops. Work with acta andlor require development projects to prov;de transit stop enhancements including benches, shelters, schedule information, and real-time bus location dau. Stop locations should be located near building enuances to encourage bus ridership. Communify Developm.nt, OCTA Ceneral fund, O...Iopm.nt fees General fund, fees Ongoing Ongoing CR-6.) CR-7.1 CR-7.S BiCYcles and Pedeslrians CO-13.1 Implement the Circulation Plan to ensure D~lopment of bicycles facilities and amenities as follows: CO-IJ.3 CO Upgrade e'tisting bikeways and develop new bicycle facilities in accordance with the standards and locations in the Circulation Section; 2) ReqUire the provision of secure bicycle parking (e.g., racks, lockers) as part of all future development projects (or norhingie family residential development; ) Encourage non-residential development projects to include amenities such as showers and lockers for employees to further bicycling as an alternative to automobile travel; and 4) Prohibit motorized vehicular traffic on trail" pathways, parks, and dedicated open space areas exceot for maintenance and emenzenev ourooses. Capital Improvement Program lop) funds, fees OngOing CR-6.4 CR-7.S BREA GENERAL PLAN A-8

18 Related General Plan Element Policies Potential funding Public Housing Poliev Imolementation P'OI!ram Desaiotion Resoonsible A2enev Source Time Frame Develooment Resources Services Safety CO-13.2 Require development proposals to include improvements for an urban and walkway trail system including. but Services, fees OngOing CO-2.2 PS-2.2 not limited to access points, landscaping. proper lighting, intersection improvement, decorated accent paving Recreation Services CO-2.3 PS-2.3 materials, and other pedestrian improvements. Ensure easy linkages to important adivity areas such as CO-2.4 PS-3.1 schools, commercial areas, cultural and social centers and other high pedestrian adivity areas. CD-2.S PS-3.2 CO-6.2 PS-3.3 CO-13.1 Develop a community awareness program to encourage local use of bicycles paths, lanes, and routes General fund Ongoing CR-6.4 PS-3.1 including posting maps on the City's website. Include bicycle and pedestrian safety and enforcement when CR-7.5 PS-3.2 develoninv community awareness pr02rams. PS-3.3 CO-13.4 Make bikeway improvements a funding priority by: Services Capital Improvement Ongoing CR-6.4 Program (OP) funds, CR-7.S 1) Continuing to consider financing bikeway design and construction as part of the City's annual Federal and State construction and improvement fund; funding sources 2) Incorporating bikeway improvements as part of the Capital Improvement Program; and 3) A..ressivelv Dursue reeiorial fundin. and other Federal and State source< for new bikeways. SECTION III: INFRASTRUCTURE CO-14.1 Review development proposals for consistency water, power and solid waste disposal infrastructure Services,, OngOing CO-14.2 requirements. Maintenance Services development fees CO-14.4 CO-14.2 Implement the City's Water Master Plan recommendations for replacement, maintenance, and improvement Maintenance Services, Ongoing of water services. development fees, state and federal funds CO-14.2 Implement the City's Sewer Master Plan recommendations for replacement, maintenance, and improvement Maintenance Services, OngOing of sewer services. development fees, state and federal funds CO-14.1 Review dev~opment proposals for consistency water, power and solid waste disposal infrastructure Services, Ongoing reouirements. develooment fees CO-14.3 Continue to balance infrastructure fees with the cost of providing infrastructure services to new development. Maintenance Services, Ongoing development fees CO-15.1 Continue to participate in the Orange County Storm Water Management Plan. Maintenance Services OngOing CO-26.1 CO-15.2 CO-15.1 Provide information on storm water hazards, correct disposal techniques, and recycling options within the Maintenance Services End of 2005 CO-26.1 CO rea line on a ouarterlv bas~. CO-15.3 Consider imolementine parkina restrictions for all streets in Brea on davs in which street 5Weeoinll occurs. Maintenance Services End of 2005 CO-16.1 Provide funding or development incentives to encourage the installation of on line services or learning Services, Ceneral Fund End of 2006 onoortunities. Maintenance Services CO-16.2 Examine the feasibility of developing an on line network or City intranet for development of on-line building Oevelopment Services, By end of 2006 permits, registration, or payment of bills Maintenance Services BREA GENERAL PLAN A-9

19 SECTION IV: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Tax Bue Revenue Growth CD-23.' Continue to implement and update, as needed, the Business Retention and Attr~ction Program, which CD-233 includes a regional marketing plan. the Brea Business Beat Program, coordination of the Economic CD-23.b Commi«ee, the North Orange County Partnership (NOCP), and participation in the Orange CD-24.' County Consortium, and the Orange County Business Council activities. CD-24.2 CD l4.4 Continue to coordinate with the North Orange Partnersnip (NOCP), Chamber of Commerce, and the Orange CD-24.S County Business Council to address the needs of existing and future businesses in the community. The City CD-2S.' will work with these agencies to obtain input from the business community as to the best means for assisting local businesses and maintaining a healthy business environment. Continue to work with tile Brea Chamber of Commerce in providing services and programs thaf meet the needs of Brea's business community. Economic Nonh Orange County Partnership Brea Chamber of Commerce CD-2J.2 Revise the loning ordinance and map to reflect the adopted land Use Policy Map, and implement the update Services General fund By the end of ordinance and map over time CD-4.' CD-65 CD-l3.S Continue to implement the Redevelopment Agency's S-year Implementation Plan, Agency adopted goals, and Economic Ongoing CD-6.S CD-2b.' Pro ect Area Plans. CD-23.7 Create a program (updated regularty) that identifres and advertises childcare services in the City of Brea to General fund Complete by residents, employers, and emptoyees in Brea. 2004, OmminS!. Diversitv CD-24.3 Work with Familv Resource Center to offer educational and trainina opponunities (or Breans. General fund O",!oinli!. DD.nsion of Downtown CD-lS.2 Review development proposals to ensure proper site design consistent with the Zoning Ordinance Services Ceneral fund Ongoing Standards. ReCOnfigure parcels, consistent with the Subdivision Map Act, to ensure greater street visibilitv and adequate automobile and oedestrian access. Revit.lizalion of AOi...Busi...s Conton CD-lb.2 Continue to provide Jow interest loans to Brea businesses through the commercial Rehabilitation Loan Program that matches loans to businesses of exterior remodeling, common space upgrading. parking imorovements, landscade and hardscaoe uo",ades, and si.na.e imorovements. SECTION V: GROWTH MANAGEMENT CD-2B.l Participate in inter-jurisdictional planning forums such as the County of Orange, the Orange County Services General fund, Ongoing CD-9.' Transponation Authority (OCTAI and other local jurisdidions or other appointed bodies 10 implement MeasureM CD-9.2 Measure M and the development of future revisions. CD-9.3 CD-9.4 CO-lB.l Participate in the inter-jurisdictional planning forums to discuss traffic improvements, cooperative land use Services General fund, Ongoing olannina and aoorooriate mitintion measures for develooment Droiects with multi urisdietional imoaets. Measure M CD-27.S Work with inter.jurisdictional planning forums to improve the sub regional balance of jobs and housing Services General fund, Ongoing CD-lB.3 Measure M CD-lb.3 Cooperate with state, county, and local governments in planning and implementing the City's Circulation Services General fund, Ongoing CD-lB.2 Element, and coordinatinrz efforts to ensure orderlv develodment. Measure M CD-27.' Coordinate population, housing. employment, and land use projections with the state of Finance, Services General fund, OngOing Southern C1lifomia Association of Governments (SCAGI, the County of Orange Monitoring MeasureM Proeram, and local school and water districts.. G-2B.' Continue to cooperate with the County of Orange in annually updating the Congestion Management Plan Services General fund, Ongoing (CMP). Panicipating in the annual CMP update will ensure that the City receives its share of state gasoline Measure M sales tax revenue for transoortatkln imorovements. C-l7.4 Provide incentives for infill development through development and parking standards in the City's zoning Services General fund By 2003 G-27.S code. CR-ll.' I BREA GENERAL PLAN A-IO

20 Resources Potential Funding Policv I 1m Source SEalON VI: PARKS AND OPEN SPACE SECTION Parks. _... CR-l.l CR-1.2 CR-1A Assess the existing park and recreation system according to the standards established in the Parks.and Open Space Section. Require dedotion of park facilities, a fee in lieu thereof, or a combination of both, as a condition of new development puj5uant to the Quimby Act. Also encourage the development of parks and, Services fees. Cener.1 fund, Park dedication funds Annually CD-L7 CD-l.B CD-B.J CR-6.2 CR-6.3 CR-6.4 C5-2.1 C5-2.2 C5-2.3 P5-2.J P5-3.1 PS-J.2 CR-l.S recreational facilities by the private sedor, but available for use by the public. Annually review park facility CD-B.6 CR-6.6 C5-2A PS J.J CR-l.6 dedication and development fee requirements to ensure they reaed changing needs of the community, CR 6.7 CR-l.7 population growth, and current land and construction costs. CR J.J CR-3.6 Properly maintain and operate the grounds and facilities of existing parks to minimize vandalism and crime, affirm safe and pleasant environments, and maximize public use and enjoyment. CR l.j Create new park standards of park development as follows:, fees, Establish new CD-B.J Services General fund,!it.ndards by TYDeaf Park Size and Service Area Park dedication funds end of 2004; Smaller green spaces in urban areas (mini, tot lots, and/or pocket parks) 0.5 to 5 acres, with a 1./4 mile service area radius in residential setting Neillhborhood Park or Sports Park Reajonal Park 5 10 acres with a y... to VJ mile service area radius acres, with a 'h. to three- mile service area radius SO acres or 1.lIler CR-2.1 Review development proposals for potential impacts to existing publtc parks and open space from non- Services, fees Ongoing CD-SA CR-2.2 recreational uses. Ensure that new uses or facilities, induding new recreation facilities, do not displace CR J.7 existing casual use facilities and parks. CR-J.l Create a scheduling program that maximizes use of available recreational programs and facilities. Ceneral fund Establish CS-2.2 program by C5-2.3 end of 2004; C5-2A j CR-3.2 Continue to engage in joint use agreements with the Brea-Glinda School District to further expand General fund Ongoing C5-3.1 recreational facilities. Services, C5-3.2 Brea-OliOOa School C5-3.3 Diwict CS-6.2 CR-JA Research "Rails to Trails" program and related resources for potential funding sources. Create strategy and Services, General fund Complete CR-6.4 proposal to convert abandoned segments of the Union Pacific railroad right-of.way to an additional analysis by CR-7.3 recreational use, trail, ilndlor greenway CR-J.S Collaborate with Federal, state, regional, and local agencies regarding the integration with existing and Services fees, Ongoing CR-4.3 potential trail systems, recreational facilities, and recreation programs. Ceneral fund CR-S.3 CR-6.1 CR-6.2 CR-6.J Open Space CR-4.1 Investigate creative methods or programs aimed at acquiring and/or purchasing open space lands such as: Services fees, By the end of CD-l.7 CR-8.1 CR-S.l Bonds, Special 2004; CD-l.9 CR-8.J Conservation easements; assessment districts, CD-1.10 CR-9.1 Purchase of development rights; Grants, Open space CD-6.2 CR 9.2 Transfer of development rights; conservation funds, CD-6.7 CR-9.J Mitigation and Land banking; CD 7.1 CR-95 rights agreement; and CD-7S CR-l0.6 Ooen SDace oreservation fund; CD 8.6 BREA GENERAL PLAN A-II

21 Resources Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Public Policy Implementation Prol:ram Description Responsible Al:ency Source Time Frame Housin2 Resources Services Safety CR-4.2 Assess development proposals for potential impacts to important geologic and scenic landform features Services fees. Ongoing CR-9.6 PS B.l CR S.2 pursuant fa the CEQA. Require appropriate mitigation measures, including environmentally sensitive site Crading permit fees, CR-10.3 PS-B.4 planning and grading. revegetation and open space dedication, for significant impacts. Consider important CR-10.S topographical features, water5hed areas, ridgelines. soils, and potential erosion problems in the assessments CR-10.S Ensure the new development is compatible to adjacent open space lands. CR-11,S CR l1,6 CR 4.3 Collaborate with Federal, srate, regional, local, non-profit, environmental and conservation organizations, and Services General fund Ongoing CD 1.7 CR-S.3 private entities to conserve, protert, and enhance open spaces and natural resources throughout Brea's CD 7.S Planning Area. SECTION VII: TRAILS CR-6.1 Develop the multi-use trail system illustrated in Trail Sec.1ion (Figure CR-2) with the following standards: Services, fees, OngOing CD 17 PS-2.2 CR 6.2 General fund, CD 1.8 PS 2.3 CR Provide multi-purpose trails, where possible, to serve hikers, bicydeb, and horseback riders. ClP funds CD l.9 PS 3.1 CR link trails with adjacent City, County, and Slate (Chino Hills Slate Park) trail systems. CO-4.2 PS 3.3 CR Maintain trail areas in good condition, and 'ree of litter and debris CD-7.6 CR Design traits with coordination with landowners and conservation biologist to develop trails that CD B.2 will be flexible and site-specific to minimize the impact on adjacent property and fragile habitats. 0 Provide a trail system with both short and long hikes/rides and serve the needs of both beginning and advanced hikers/riders. 0 Utilize citizen volunteers to assist in the development, maintenance and operation of trails and facilities. 0 Keep cittzens aware of the trail system through publication of a trails map w"ich also notes safety and courtesy tips. 0 Separate trails from automobile traffic when possible in order to provide safe conditions for riders and walkers. 0 Provide appropriate signs to mark all trails. 0 Design uails entrances to prevent unwanted uail usage by motorized vehicles. 0 locate trails to provide linkages between open space and the City greenway system. Adopt and implement a capital improvement program for trail acquisition and improvements to the trail system. Adopt program by end of 2006 CR-6.4 Research and acquire Federal, state, loal, and non-profit resources to fund and develop trails throughout Services, General fund Ongoing CR-3.4 CR 7.3 Srea. Research "Rails to Trails'" program and related resources to convert abandoned Union Pacific railroad right-ofway to a community trail as described in the Trails Section of the Ceneral Plan. CR 6.S Coordinate with other State and local agencies in creating an integrated regional trail system t"at connects to Services, General fund Ongoing important recreational activity areas within Northern Orange County. CR-7.1 Require development proposals to indude improvements for an urban and walkway trail system including, but Services, fees Ongoing CD-2.2 CR-7.1 PS-2.2 CR 7.2 not limited to access points, landscaping, proper lighting, intersection improvement, decorated accent paving CO-2.3 CR-7.2 PS-2.3 CR 7.S materials, and other pedestrian improvements. Ensure easy linkages to important activity areas such as CD 2.4 CR-7.S PS 3.1 schools, commercial areas, cultural and social centers and other high pedestrian activity areas. CD 2.S PS-3.2 CD 6.2 PS-3,J BREA GENERAL PLAN A J2

22 Resources Potential Funding Poli Source SECTION VIII: WILDLIFE HABITAT er-s.l Require development proposals, particularly in sphere of influence,and hillside areas to preserve, restore, and Services, fee, Ongoing CO-6.2 CR-l0.J enhance existing wildlife corridors, habitat, and roadway crossings. United St.ltes Fish and Environmental impact CR l0.s Wildlife Service mitigation Require development proposals to include the assessment of potential migratory birds and raptor nests (in (USFWS), California compliance with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and the California Fish ilnd Came Code.) Mitigation (or the of Fish and presence of active nests may be conducted in the following ways: Came (CDFCI Prior to the commencement of tree removal during the nesting season (February - July), all suitable habitats should be thoroughly surveyed for the presence of nesting birds by a qualified biologist. If any active nests are detected, the area shall be flagged and avoided until the nesting cycle is complete; or Tree removal and grading may be delayed until alter the breeding season (August-January) to ensure that no active nests will be disturbed. CR-S.2 Assess development proposals for potential impacts to significant natural resources pul5uant to the California Services De""lopment fee, Ongoing CD 6.J CR-l0.J CR 9.2 Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and a550ciated state and federal regulations. Require appropriate Environmental mpact CR l0.s CR-9.3 mitigation for all significant impacts if impact avoidance is not possible. Mitigation measures for habitat and mitigation CR 9,4 spedes may include, but are not limited to, avoidance, enhancement, restoration, or a combination of any of the three. Address the following subjects in impact assessment as applicable to individual development proposals: Natural communities; Riparian and wetland habitat (including potential jurisdictional areas); Coastal sage scrub habitat; Coast live oak habitat; Rare i1nd endangered plant and animal species; Habit.lt fragmentation (induding disruption of wildlife corridors); and Creeks, blue line streams, and associated tributaries; CR 8.J Require development proposals to consult with regulatory agencies, including the United States Fish and Services, fees Ongoing Wildlife Service IUSFWS), California of Fish and Came ICOFC), United States Army Corp of United States Fish and Engineers IUSACEI, about natural resources if the following OCCUI5 on the project site: Wildlife Service (USFWSI. California Potential take or substantial loss of occupied habitat for any threatened or endangered species; or of Fish and Came (CDFCI Existing drainage features (jurrsdictional areal are located within the project site. CR 8,4 Work with resource agencies, universities, and other groups that help monitor wildlife and determine Services General fund, Ongoing effectiveness of wildlife corridors. fees CR-9.l Consult with Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority (WCCA) to provide the proper planning, conservation, Services, General fund OngOing CO-6.3 environmental protection, and maintenance of habitat and wildlife corridors. Wildlife Corridor Conservation Authority (WCCA) BREA GENERAL PLAN A.Jl

23 Resources Related General Plan Element Policies Polenlial Funding Public Policy Implementation Prol/ram Description Responsible Agency Source Time Frame Housinl/ Resources Services Safely CR-9.s Investigate and create programs to manage wildlife habitat and natural resources using sound ecological Services. General fund Establish CR-9.6 principles and professionally accepted methods to protect and restore sensitive animal populations and their Non-profit resource program by end habitats and therefore preventing major disruptions or destruction. groups of 2006; Implement as needed SECTION IX: SCENIC RESOURCES CR-l0.l Investigate creating program with standards and regulations for scenic routes and highways within the Brea Services General fund Investigate CR-l0.2 Planning Area. Create program thereafter if deemed feasible. program by end of 2005 CR-10.3 Assess development proposals for potential impacts to significant natural resources pur!iuant to the California Services fees Ongoing CR-10.s Environmental Quality Act (CEQAl and associated srate and federal regulations. Require appropriate mitigation for all significant impacts if impact avoidance is not possible. Mitigation measures for habitat and species may include, but are not limited to, avoidance, enhancement, restoration, or a combination of any of the three. Address the following subjects in impact assessment as applicable to individual development proposals: Natural communities; Riparian and wetland habitat (including potential jurisdictional areas); Coastal sage scrub habitat; Coast live oak habitat; Rare and endangered plant and animal species; Habitat fragmentation; Creeks, blue line streams, and associated tributaries; Significant tree stands. CR-l0.4 Assess development proposals, including those in Brea's Sphere of Influence, for potential impacts to Services fees Ongoing CR-4.l important visual resources identified in the Scenic Resources Section pursuant to the California Environmental CR-s.l Quality Act. Require appropriate mitigation measures for all significant impacts. Consider important ridaelines creeks, open space, views of the surroundina hillsides, and liant and atare affects. CR-l0.6 Work with federal, state, regional, and other appropriate public agencies. private entities, and landowners to Services General fund Ongoing conserve, protect and enhance natural resources throu2hout Brea's Plannina Area. SECTION X: WATER CONSERVAnON AND QUAlITY CR-ll.l Encourage water conservation throughout Brea in the following ways: Services, General fund Ongoing CD-9.1 CR l1.4 Maintenance Services CO-9.2 CR-11.s Encourage the Maintenance Services to expand the produdion of recycled water and CD-9.3 work with the districts to develop new uses for recycled water; CO-9.4 Require new projects to install and maintain a dual system when reclaimed water is availab~; Require the Uie of drought resistant plant species (native species where possible) in landscaping for private and public areas, including parks; on the development of new water sources to serve the Planning Area; Work with the Brea-Olinda School District to estabtish water conservation programs; Require the incorporation of water conservation devices (including low-flush toilets, flow restriction devices and water conserving appliances) in new residential and non-residential development, public projects and rehabilitation projects; and Continue to implement where applicable, the regulations and requirements in lhe Waler-Conserving landscape Ordinance. BREA GENERAL PLAN A-J4

24 Resources Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Public Policy Implementation PrOli:ram Description Responsible ARency Source Time Frame DeveloDment Housin2 Resources Services Safety CR-l1_2 Where practical, incorporate Federal, state, and other agency polides and standards for water efficiency (e.g.: Maintenance Services General fund Ongoing reclaimed and recvcled water for landscaoe irri2ation) into City codes, re2ulations, and procedures CR-l1.3 Regularly review the water rate structure to ensure that it encourages efficiency and is competitive. Maintenance Services General fund Ongoing CO-9.1 CO-9.2 CO-9.3 CR-ll.4 To reduce pollutants in urban runoff, require new development projects and substantial rehabilitation projects Services, fees, Ongoing CR-l1.6 to incorporate Best Management Practices pursuant to the National Pollutant System Discharge Elimination Maintenance Services, Drainage fees, CR-12.1 System Permit (NPOESI, Santa Ana Regional Quality Water Control Board, and the County of Orange Santa Ana Regional General fund, st.ate CR-12.2 Drainage Area Master Plan to ensure that the City complies with applicable State and federal regulations. Quality Waler Control and Federal funding Board, fources Adopt and enforce regulations in educational efforts to eliminate pollution from urban runoff. County of Orange, SECTION XI: AIR UAUTY CR-13.1 Continue to implement the Transportation Demand Management (TOM) ordinance that implements the Services General fund By the end of CO-11.1 provisions of the 1997 Air Quality Management Plan. The ordinance will specify various TOM methods to 2006 CO-l1.2 reduce trips and influence travel modes such as: CO-l1.3 CO-11.4 Trip reduction programs lor City staff; CO-l1.S Van pool programs for private employers; CO-11.6 Employee incentives for public transit use; CO-12.1 Preferential parking for carpools; CO 12.2 Trip reduction programs for major commercial centers; and CO-12.4 Alternative transportation modes for major events. Implement the programs described in the Circulation and land Use Sections related to transponarion system management (TSM) to avoid traffic congestion and reduce related emissions levels and urban runoff pollutants resulting from excess vehicle travel miles. CR-13.2 Promore retrofit programs by the City to reduce energy usage and consequently reduce emissions from energy Services,, Ongoing consumption. Provide inform.ationalliter.ature about available retrofit programs at City offices. Inform Southern California Gas development fees. property owners of retrofit programs when plans for remodeling and rehabilitation projects are submitted. Company, Southern Southern California California Edison Gas Company, Company Southern California Edison Company CR-'l.3 Review development proposals for potential air and water quality impacts pul'$uant to the California Developmenr Services General fund OngOing CO-l1.1 CR-7.5 CR-13.4 Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Orange County Air Pollution Control District, and the South Coast Air CO-11.2 CR-13.4 CR-13.5 Quality Management District CEQA Air Quality Handbook. Construction impacts can be reduced by CO-11.l CR-13.S enforcing SCAQMD Rule 403. Reduce long.term impacts using available land use and transponation CO-11.4 planning techniques such as: CO-12.1 CO-l2.3 Incorporation of public transit stops; CO-12.4 Pedestrian and bicycle linkage to commercial centers, employment centen, schools and parks; Preferential parking for carpools; Traffic no"n improvements; and Employer trip reduction programs. BREA GENERAL PLAN A-J 5

25 Resources Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Public Policv Implementation PrtI2ram Description Responsible Al!encv Source Time Frame Develonment Housine Resources Services Safetv CR-13.6 Work with the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) and the Southern California Services, General fund Ongoing CR-13.7 CR-13.7 Association of Governments (SCAG) to implement the Air Quality Management Plan (AQMP) and meet IWMD. and SCAQMD CR-13.8 CR-13.8 federal and state air quality standards for all pollutants. To ensure that new measures can be practically enforced in the region, participate in future amendments and updates of the AQMP. To reduce dust and particulate matter levels, implement SCAQMO's fugitive dust control measures such as:. Restricting outdoor storage of fine particulate matter; Controlling construction activities and emissions from unpaved areas; and Paving areas used for vehicle maneuvering. Cooperate with the Integrated Waste Management 's (IWMD) Regulatory Compliance group and South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to enforce air quality regul.ltions.lt the Olinda Alpha landfill. SECTION XII: HISTORIC RESOURCES CR-14.1 Assess development proposals for potential impacts to significant historic and cultural resources pursuant to Services fees OngOing CD-5.4 CR-14.) of the California Environmental Oualitv Act. CR-14.2 Investigate the potential of creating historic distrk.t5, conservation districts, andlor preservation overlay zones Services General fund, Investigate by CD-57 within the City. Amend the Historic Preservation Ordinance in developing criteria for district desigl1ation and end of 2005; include aodrooriate repulations to safe2uard historic resources within the delineated district. CR-14.4 Research au types of possible funding sources and financial assistance tsuch as California Mills Act) to help Services Ceneral fund, Tax OngOing CD-4.7 CR-14.5 promote, preserve, and restore historical resources in Brea. Such funding sources can include, tax incentives, credits, grants, state Federal and state funds, grants, awards, loans, and other financial sources. and Federal funding sources CR-14.6 list historic resources and structures to various Federal, state, and local historic registers, including Brea's Historic Resources Register, to prevent and discourage demolition. Update the City'S Historic Resources Register to further increase level of awareness of Brea's historical resources. Continue to add resources that meet Citv's Historic Preservation Ordinance. CR-147 Work with and Recreation Services to promote Brea's heritage througn Services, General fund Ongoing CD-4.7 CS-S.1 CR-14.8 artwork, signs, preservatton, recreation programs, events, and historical structures throughout the City and in CD-5.6 C5-5.2 CR-14.9 City park lands. CS-5.4 CR-15.) C5-5.6 CR-15.5 Use Federal, state, non-profit, and private programs and resources to promote Brea's historic resources. CR-15.6 CR-15.1 Identify and implement program' to a";'t and encourage private property owners 10 preserve historic, 5etvice' General fund Ongoing cultural, and archaeol<jlil:ical resources within the Citv. CR-1S.2 Continue to work with the City's Historical Committee and Brea Historical Society to accomplish the goal of Services General fund Ongoing increasing awareness of Brea's historic resources and the importance of their preservation. Work with Historical Society in preserving and recognizing City's historical materials and resources. Continue to distinguish resident's hard work for renovating and restoring historic structures with the Brea Historic Preservatton Award honored by both the Brea Historical Society and City Council. CR-1S.4 Continue to work with the Brea Olinda Unified School District to provide access to the City's information and Services, General fund Ongoing CS-).1 structures that reflect the community's histotv. CS-).S HREA GENERAL Pl.AN A-16

26 Related General Plan Element Policies Policy Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency SECTION XIII: HUMAN SERVICES CS-1.1 Continue to use the Center as a resource for family classes. Communiry Services Potential Funding Source Time Frame 1 l IeommunityT Housing Resources SeNices Public Safety Continue to U~ volunteer coordinators and committees to coordinate family classes and activities. Conduct an annual survey to assess the supply and demand of childare in 8rea. (by oil volunteer). Not applicable Annually Maintain and make available pertinent information on child care providers through referral information. On~going Encourage full integration of individuals with disabilities in all phases of community life. Advocate, enhance and maintain the delivery of meals to ttle homes of low income, frail seniors, through the City, County and Feedback. Services Senior Citizen Advisory On-gOing Maintain (in partnership).an adult day program in Brea Refine and expand the existing provider inventory for disabled residents services Formalize a commitment to support the Brea Family Resource Center through adopting of the Human Services Master Plan Maintain support for community volunteer coordinator program Not applicable Continue to offer famity friendly arts experiences highlighting value and fun. CS-S.3 CS-l.l CS-1.2 Maintain a Human Services Coalition to facilitate the establishment of community based agencies and organizations that provkfe human services. Not applicable Work with the School District to collabmate on after school and summertime programs., Brea- Olinda School District, Continue to expand business involvement to support youth and families., Evaluate parent education progr.ams and resources for effectiveness Update and evaluate community awarenes~ campaign regarding well-being of youth, families, and available resources. Develop annually By 2004 BREA GENERAL PLAN A-I? r

27 Related General Plan Element Policies Policy (5-1.1 (5-1.4 Implementation Program Description Continue to establish various partnerships with law enforcement. Identify needed teen prevention programs for particular teen age groups. Continue to market the volunteer program for the older population to tap into their skills and life experiences. Responsible Agency Srea Police, Potential Funding Source Not applicable Ceneral Fund Time Frame Housing Resources Services Public Safety Encourage the development of long term care facilities in Brea chat will serve the needs of low-income seniors. Services 200S Provide programs and adivities that focus on socialization, recreation, health, wei/ness and education needs at Ihe Center. Continue Vigorous effort to attract the active senior. Annualty provide documented information on services and programs available ill the community for older population. Ceneral Fund Annually Continue to support and expand public transportation for seniors. hpand the supply of quality licensed home childcare providers as need is determined through survey data. Explore the feasibility of including child care impact mitigation in development agre~ents.continue to be available for cooperative dayeare programs with Brea Olinda School District_. Services Brea, Olinda School Distrid. Service'i Conduct survey by end of 2005 Continue to provide free meeting space for senior citizens' groups at the Brea Senior Center Support and sustain the activities of the Brea senior Center including transportation and the lunch program Encourage quality services targeted to Srea residents with disabilities. such as Brea Express Expand and support youth volunteer programs to encourage community involvement. Ceneral Fund On-gOing Support and enhance the Case Management Program, the Homemaker Program, and Respite Service program delivered from the Brea Senior Center for "frail elderly" Senior Citizen Advisory Ceneral Fund On-gOing C5-1.1 (5-1.2 C5-14 Develop aod expand hotline for teens with updated programs and services. Investigate the feasibility of Youth Council and annually evaluate the level of participation of Student Advisory Board (r" & a ltl graders). Evaluate effectiveness of youlh employment program for teens. Depa1'tment, Brea-0linda School District Ceneral Fund Implement hotline and other programs by la'e 2006 Begin investigation by 2005 Annually (5-1.1 (5-1.2 (5-14 Encourage the development of local recreational alternatives for older teens (17-19) On-gOing BREA GENERAL PLAN A-18

28 Related General Plan Element Policies CS-l.1 CS-1.3 CP-1A CS-l.l CS-1.6 Policy Implementation Program Description Continue to strive to establish sports programs to meet tt1e developmental skills! differences of youth. Annually evaluate After School Program at the Center. Involve participants and their parents in determining future programs and activjcies. Responsible Agency Potential Funding Source Time Frame Annual Housing Resources Services Public Safety Host a regular "convening" of service group stakeholders every two years. Inform service pro... ders of the volunteer coordinator's role. Create a formal community education system and conduct personal outreach to senior citizens. Depaftment, Services General fund Every 2 years End of 2006 CS-l.2 CS-1.3 Increase collaboration between schools, the community center and parents through e;l(changing activity calendars, and haying a contact person at each school. community center, the City and the police department. Encourage bilingual familtes/parents to volunteer at the community center, Brea Police Setvices Not applicable CS-'.2 CS-1A Offer a shuttle bus from the community center to the junior high school CS-1.3 Offer freet10w cost child care at the site of ESl classes Encourage the continuation and development of after school and evening programs for children and youth. Maximize participation by increasing the number of locations where the programs are provided and supporting transportation options to these locations. Develop a focused implementation plan that will examine the needs of youth, senior, and cultural integration programs in Brea. The Plan will examine existing needs, resources, and service gaps. Services, Redevelopment, Impaer fees 2004 CS-1A Create developer incentives (such as increased floor area ratio or reduced parking requirements) for employers or developers who include child andlor senior care facilities in the design of new housing and commercial buildings. Provide an internet link and description of community clubs an the Gty's website. Services Services Impact fees CS-1A CS-'.s Establish/designate a series of days which focus on specific charitable events/programs that service clubs could jointly support to the level of capability. Not applicable 2004 CS-1A CS-1.5 CS-l.6 CS-1.7 CS-l.S look into volunteers at the senior center, cultural organizations and high school students to translate at schools and school events such as during Parent Teacher nights. Establish "'volunteer time" as a community service credit for City employees working for community organizations or at events. Departmen~ Brea Olinda Unified School District Not applicable Not applicable On~going 2003 The City shall work with faith based organizations in the community to expand children-oriented services to the youth of Bre... Not applicable DREA GENERAL PLAN A-19

29 Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Communily Public Policy Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency Source Time Frame Housing Resources Services Safely C5-1.S Develop a coordination director or liaison between the city and community groups. This position would Brea 2003 C5-1.6 coordinate the assistance of se.rvice clubs [0 assist/perform charitable programs such as "'taste of 8rea", "Fourth of July" and other similar events. This would also help in informing dul» when any city assets/equipment is available/planned for redistribution. CS-l.6 Establish tangible incentives and recognition programs [0 high school volunteers for community service. 8rea Olinda Unified Not applicable 2003 School District SECTION XIV: RECREATIONAl SERVICES CS-2.1 The City shall strive to meet the growing recreational needs or residents through the acquisition of new programs and recreational facilities Support community and senior serv«:es agencies with developing recreational outreach programs. implementatio n program by CS-2.2 Work with the Brea Olinda School Dtstrict to develop after school recreational opportunities for teens and, On going youlh. Departmenl, Bre. Olinda School District C5-2.3 Partner with private ageocies and employment centers to develop recreational programs such as work-related 2003 sports leagues and fitness days. I C5-2.4 Continue to engage in joint use agreements with the Brea..Qlinda School District to further expand recreational CR-3.2 facilities., Brea CR-1.S Olinda SChool District CS-2.S Continue to support. the role of the Parks, Recreation, and Human Services Commission. General fund SECTION XV: EDUCATION SERVICES CS-3.1 Work with the Brea Olinda Unified School Oestrid to determine ways that schools can be made more available Brea Olinda Unified Ceneral Fund On-gOing to the community for weekend and evening use. School District, Services Incre.se coliaboration between schools, the community center and paren15through exch.nging activity Departmenl calendars. and having a contact person at each school, community center, the City and the police depanment Cooperate with existing public and non-profit service agencies to develop a service program that will coordinate the efforts of orovidin2 educalion 10 children and youth in Brea. C5-3.2 Provide regular status reports to the Brea Olinda Unified School District on potential and approved development Brea Olinda Unified Implement by projects. Review development proposals and amendments for consistency with school facility requirements. School Disllict, Services Denartment CS-3.1 Explore creating a parhime school and City liaison position. Brea Olinda Unified Investigate C5-3.2 School Dislrict, feasibility by Devetopment Services end of Qenartment CS-3.3 Work with the Brea Olinda school district to assess development impact fees and other potential funding sources Brea Olinda Unified Ceneral fund On-gOing E5-1.3 (or the development of new school facilities. School District, Planning Deo.rtment C5-3.2 Require an assessment of school impacts prior to the approval of development projects that require legislative Bre. Olinda Unified Ceneral Fund Investigate C5-3.3 acts, including general plan amendments and loning changes. School District, feasibil1ry by Services end Deoartment PS ES-l.) BREA GENERAL PIAN A-20

30 Related General Plan Element Policies CS-3.4 CS-3.S CS-3.6 Policy Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency Offer a shuttle bus from the community center to the junior high school. Encourage the establishment of a post-secondary educational institution such as an an school, satellite university campus, or vocation school. Provide funding and regulatory incentives to facilitate development. SECTION XVI: LIBRARY SERVICES CS-4.1 Encourage adequate libr~ry servic~ not only for general users of the facility, but also those involved with children's programming and English oils a second language users. Brea Olinda Unified School District, Develooment Serviaos Economk:. Services Potential Funding Source Impact fees and outskie funding sources Time Frame Investigate feasibility by end of Commence investigation by Orange County Library On.going Housing Resources services Public Safety CS-4.1 CS-4.3 CS-4.3 Establisn an advisory network composed of representatives of local public lacilify and service provider, City officials, tne Brea Olinda School District and the Orange County Public library. Tnis network would not be a standing board of tne City, but rather, a group tnat periodically meets and advises tne Orange County library in order to ensure that the community's needs for library services are being met. Exolore DOssible 'oint marketinillibrarv oro2l'ams with Citv and Schools. Identify and continually monitor library service needs in the communrty through surveys and outreach. Provide advanced communication opportunities for the public at City libraries. Orange County library. City of Brea, Br.a Olinda Unified School District Orange County Library, General fund 2004 Investigate feasibility by Ongoing Explore need for citizens support group for the library. Continue effort to expand existing library programs through the use of teen and adult volunteers. Investigate program by CS-4.4 Cooperate with the Orange County Public library system, in exploring the development of maintaining a new or expanded library facility in the community. Orange County library On-20in2 Investigate feasibility by SECTION XVII: CULTURAl ARTS CS-S.1 CS-5.1 CS-5.11 CS-5.2 Continue implementation of the Arts in Public Places Program. Prepare a Cultural Arts Master Plan. Work with the Brea Historical Society to establish criteria to include more representation of Breol's history olnd historical resources in arts programs olnd public art., [)eveiooment Services, General fund, fees Ceneral Fund Ceneral fund, fees Complete Plan by end of 2005 C5-5.2 C5-S.9 Explore new and creoltive methods for capturing and preserving the cultural heritage of the community, such as oral history programs and videotapes CS-S.3 CS-5.3 CS-5.7 CS-5.4 Continue to integrate the fine arts into the After School Program. Continue to establish art internshios. Cooperate with the Brea Olinda Unified School District, local private schools and colleges to increase art educoltion in Brea. Develop an art recognition or awards program to recognize local artists., Brea Olinda Scnool District (;eneroll Fund General fund, School District funds Establish program by end of 2005 BREA GENERAL PLAN A-21

31 Related General Plan Element Policies C5-5.5 C5-5.6 Policy Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency Develop opportunities for live/work "a.rtist loft" housing for artist through loning. regulatory incentives and funding. Restrict these units for use by local artists. Adopt a plaque program to recognize culturally important and heritage sites. Continue implementation of the Art Shelter program for public bus stops.. Services Potential Funding Source Gener,]1 Fund Time Frame Explore development of program by end of Implement as needed. Develop of program by 2006 Housing Resources Services Public Safety C5-5.8 Develop program objectives and provkte detailed standards and guidelines for the installation of public art, with an emphasis on the relationship between local history and public art. Address issues of artist selection, project siting, funding, etc. There should be close coordination with the Streetscape Standards & Guidelines and the Environmental Graphic Program. Examine possible private/public partnerships to further cultural arts awareness and programs. Develop program by 2006 C C C5-6.1 Consider developing an 'arts shuttle' similar to the arts shuttle in laguna Beach and Pasadena that provides transponation to dirferent venues in Brea. On a periodic basis, poll the c.ommunity to identify demand for cultural arts programs and to determine whether needs/desires are being met. Continue to utilize and promote the Curtis Theater, Brea Callery, and the Center for cultural art venues. Departmen~ Services Depanment Explore feasibility of shuttle by Develop survey by end of Poll community every two I wears. C5-6.2 C5-6.3 C5-6.3 C5-7.2 Develop joint-use agreements with the Brea Olinda School District for the sharing of performance and exhibit spaces, Examine opponunities within existing structures and new development for the exhibit spaces or performance venues. Encourage Brea talent to apply for grants for public art creation and programs_ Departmen~Brea Olinda School District Depanment, Services Oepartmen~ Ceneroill Fund Begin development of agreements bv C5-7.1 C5-8.1 Apply for state, federal, local and private grants to increase panicipatton and promote Brea's cultural arts programs and as needed C5-7.3 Encourage City staff to volunteer at City-.sponsored arts events., City of Brea General fund C5-7.2 C Work with non-profit, private and community organizations to prcmde funding, volunteer and exposure for cultural arts adivities. Explore the development of a community or privately sponsored plaque or mural program. On golng BREA GENERAL PLAN A-11

32 Public Safety Policy SOCTION XVIII: M RG NCY S RVIC S AND SAfETY PS-1.1 PS-l.2 PS-l.J PS-l.4 Implementation Progranr1)esoipiion Ensure that city staff continues to meet with the Brea Police to identify community needs, issues and any impacts that new development might have on police services. Evaluate the need for additional police facilities to serve new development. Coordinate with the 8rea Fire and Police to determine the need and applic.a.bility of new tedmology and equipment in Orea. Evaluate the number of officers, total population, and crime statistics to ensure that approprilite levels of police protection are provided citywide. Fund appropriate levels of fire personnel, staff, and equipment, to maintain a four- to six-minute emergency response time for fire emergencies. Responsible Agency Potentia' Funding Source Time Frame Police Services General fund Ongoing Police Services, Fire Services General fund Ongoing Police Services General fund OngOing Police Services, Fire Services Related General Plan Iement Policies I l I I Housing Resources Services General fund Ongoing PS-G.2 Public Safety Utilize wildland urban fire hazard mitigation techniques invotving vegetation modification including chipping, scattering. multi-cutting, crushing. pruning and other non-fire h.u:ard abatement concepts. Services, Fire Services PS-l.5 Require new development to pay for increased fire protection as necessitated by a particular development.. Service,_ Fire Services PS-1.G Require the installation of sprinkler systems in all buildings that are not readily accessible to fire-fighting Service,_ equipment and apparatus or do not meet minimum fire flow and fire hydrant requirements. Fire Services In,pect water hydrants and conduct fire-flow te,ts on an annual bas~, with priority given the high-fire-hazard areas. General fund Ongoing PS-G.2 General fund General fund Ongoing Ongoing Fire Services General fund Ongoing; Annually PS-G.3 PS-l.7 PS-1.8 PS-1.2 PS-1.9 PS-l.l0 Continue active community oriented policing programs such as the Brea Bicycle Patrol program and the Action Patrol. ReqUire the participation of the Police in the development review process relative to building and site plan vulnerabilities to criminal activity and suggested design criteria to mitigate such vulnerabilities. Coordinate with the Brea Fire and Pofice to determine the need and applicability of new technology and equipment in Brea. Biannually evaluate the City's emergency preparedness program to ensure that the City has adequate police, fire and protection services in event of an emergency. Conduct annual mailings to Brea residents through utility bill, that explain the City" Emergency Respon,e Plan, Brea Emergency Operations Center, and appropriate procedures and numbers to call in the event of a disaster. Police Services General fund Ongoing Police Services, Fire Services Police Services, Fire Services, Develooment Services Police Services, Fire Services, Services General fund General fund General fund Ongoing Biannually Annually PS-l.l1 PS-l.12 Coordinate with the Brea Police to increase publtc awareness about criminal activity and crime prevention. Maximize the use of after school programs, volunteer programs, Neighborhood Watch programs and other community oriented policing programs. Develop and maintain crime prevention guidelines for building construction. Provide these guidelines to police and code enforcement personnel Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPT D) PS-2.1 PS-U Implement crime prevention through environment ((PlED) design, based upon the concept of defensible space with the establishment of specific design criteria, and the application of that criteria to proposed projects through the development review process. Establish funding sources and priorities, and set forth a phased improvement I program. Enforce natural surveillance techniques for existing projects and new residential and commercial projects. Police Services General fund Ongoing Police Services, Services Police Services, Services Police Services, Services General fund General fund General fund General fund Ongoing BREA GENERAL PLAN A-2J

33 Public Safety Policy Implementation Program Description PS 2.J Require the participation of the Police in the development review process (or public areas relative to building and site plan vulnerabilities to criminal activity and suggested design criteria to mitigate such vulnerabilities. PS-2.4 Examine and maintain a database of structures within the City that are at risk of incidence of or crime. Develop an imolementation stratelzv based UDon CPTED desi n techniaues. Pedestrian SafeiV PS-J.l Develop objectives, and detailed standards and guidelines for the treatment of public streetseapes to improve safety and walkability. Recommendations should address street trees, street lighting, street furniture, traffic calming, and other pertinent issues. Establish funding sources and priorities, and set forth a phased improvement program. Responsible Agency Police Services, Services Potential Funding Source General fund Time Frame Ongoing Related General Plan Element Policies Housing Police Services, General fund Services General fund Services Ceneral fund CD-12.2 CR 7.1 CR-7.2 CR-7.S Resources Services Public Safety PS-J.2 PS-J.3 Require that adequate safety lighting in pedestrian and parking lots is addressed for all new projects through the development review process. Develop appropriately designed shielding safety lighting for pedestrian walkways and trails. Establish an implementation plan for development of lighting installation. SECTION XIX: HAZARDS MANAGEMENT PS-4.1 Minimize public health and environmental risks from the use, transport, storage and disposal of hazardous materials with the following approaches: Cooperate with federal, state and local agencies to effectively regulate the management of hazardous materials and hazardous waste; Cooperate with the Counry of Orange to implement applicable portions of the County Hazardous Waste Management Plan and the Hazardous MOliterials Area Plan; Identify roadway transportation routes for conveyance of hazardous materials; Implement the emergency response plan for accidents involving hazardous materials; and Cooperate Wtth the Cenified Unifted Program Agency (CUPA) for the City of Brea (the Orange County Environmental Health ) and the Orange County Fire Authority to administer risk management olans for businesses within the City. PS-4.2 Monitor businesses that transport, handle, and generate hazardous materials to ensure proper disposa.l. PS 4.) PS-4.4 PS-S.l P5-S.2 PS-S.J Cooperate with the County Household Hazardous Waste Program to protect residents from dangers resulting from ehe use, transport and disposal of hazardous materials used in the home. The program includes public education about health and env;ronmental hazards of household hazardous materials and periodic collection campaigns at established sites. Educate residents of the nearest location of a hazardous waste disposal site. Provide education and information to the community about: Commonly used hazardous materials; More environmeneally friendly alternatives; Safe recycling and d~posal methods; and Location of nearest household hazardous waste collection center. Cooperate with the California of Conservation, Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources to protect residents from dolingers resulting from the drilling, operation, maintenance, and abandonment of oil, gas, and geothermal wells and support regulations regarding abandoned oil facilities including both idle and orphan wells. During review of development proposals, require comprehensive investigation, studies, disclosures, and remediation of any former oil field property proposed for an alternative use, SECTION XX: WILDlAND FtRES Services General fund Ongoing CD-12.2 CR-7.1 CR-7.2 CR 7.S Services General fund CD-122 CR-7.1 CR-7.2 CR-7.5 Services, Maintenance Services, County of Orange, Federal and State Agencies Services. Maintenance Services Services, County of Orange, Environmental Health Services, County of Orange Services, California of Conservation Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources General fund, federal, state and local regulatory agendes General fund General fund General fund Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing Services fee Ongoing General fund Ongoing PS-S.2 BREA GENERAL PLAN A 24

34 Public Safety Related General Plan Element Policies Policy Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency Potential funding Source Time Frame Housing Resources Services Public Safety PS-6.1 Continue to implement the Very High Fire Hazard Area Requirements and the Fuel Modification Plan Guidelines for High Fire Hazards Areas as a preventative measure to avert wildand fires. Services, Fire Services General fund Investigate by end of 2005; implement as needed PS-6.2 PS-6.J Promote fire prevention in Brea in the following ways: Services, Fire Services fees Ongoing PS-6.J ~.: '. Work closely with the Orange County Fire Authority to implement fire hazard education and fire prevention programs, including fuel modification programs; Utilize wildland urban fire hazard mitigation techniques involving vegetation/f'uel modification induding chipping. scattering. multi-eutting, crushing, pruning and other non-fire hazard abatement concepts. Coordinate with the local water districts and Orange County Fire Authority to ensure that water pressure for urban and hillside areas and sites to be developed is adequate for fire fighting purposes; and Adopt and implement the Uniform Fire Code provisions and appropriate amendments to reflect the unique Brea topography, climate, vegetation and urban form. PS-6.2 Review development proposals to ensure that the City's four to six-minute fire response time is undertaken. Services, Fire Fees Ongoing Flood Concerns PS-7.1 PS-7.2 PS-7.6 Coordinate with the Orange County Flood Control District (OCFeD) to ensure regularly scheduled maintenance of flood control channels and completion of necessary repairs. Coordinate with the OCFeD, Cal Domestic Water Company and Metropolitan Water District (MWDl regarding any needed improvements to existing aboveground water tanks. In addition, work with the District to identify new flood control improvements for existing flood hazards and potential hazards from new development, and establish installation programs for improvements. Require detention basins for new development, where necessary, to reduce flooding risks. Services, Orange County Flood Control District, Cal Domestic Water Company, Metropolitan Water District (MWD) fees, General fund Ongoing PS-7.2 PS-7.6 Continue to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) administered through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMAI. The NFIP program provides federal flood insurance subsidies and federally financed loans for property owners in flood-prone areas. PS-7.J PS-7.S Create an active storm drain inspection program in order to prevent flooding, avoid property damage, and protect surface water quality. Allow the program to evaluate and monitor water storage facilities that might pose an inundation hazard to dowostream properties. Services General fund Establish program by end of 2007 PS-7.5 SECTION XXII: GEOLOGIC AND SEISMIC CONSIDERATIONS PS-8.1 PS-8.2 To minimize damage from earthquakes and other geologic activity, implement the most recent state and seismic requirements for structural destgn of new development and redevelopment. Services Fees, General fund Ongoing PS-8.2 Where geologic instability can be tdentified and cannot be mitigated, or presence of faulting is identified, use open space easements and other regulatory techniques to prohibit development and avoid public safety hazards. BREA GENERAL PLAN A-25

35 Public Safety PS-8.3 PS-8.4 Policy Related General Plan Element Policies Potential Funding Public Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency Source Time Frame Housing Resources Services Safely During review of development and redevelopment proposals, require surveys of soil and geologic conditions by stale licensed Engineering Geologists and Civil Engineers where appropriate. Examples of when these surveys are required are (1) for projects within a State-delineated earthquake fault regulatory zones for liquefaction, fault ruptures, and seismically induced landsliding. in accordance with the California Geologic Survey and (2) prior to the development of any area with slopes more than 10 feet high at a gradient equal to or Sleeper than 2:1. Services fees Ongoing Develop informational overlays that augment the City's zoning ordinance to identify those areas where more Services fee" By the end of detailed geotechnical studies should be carried out as part of liquefaction-susceptibility investigation, restrict development in liquefaction-prone areas, or to establish specific building design standards aimed at reducing the General fund 2004 risk of liquefaction. PS-8.S Promote earthquake preparedness in the community with periodk: earthquake awareness programs. The Services, General fund Ongoing PS-8.6 program could include mailing brochures to residences and businesses, press releases. school education Brea-Olinda Unified programs and presentations to homeowner groups and property managers. Coordinate programs with FMeral, SChool District State, and local emergency service provtders and the school districts to maximize public participation. SECTION XXII: NOISE PS-9.1 Ensure that new development is exposed to acceptable noise levels. Require acoustical analyses for all proposed Services fees OngOing PS-9.4 PS-9.4 development within the 60 db CNEl contour as shown on Figure N ' in the Noise Element. Also require acoustical analyses for all proposed residential projects in the vicinity of existing and proposed commercial and PS-9.S PS-9.S, industrial areas. Where the noise analyses indicate that the noise standards in Table N-2 will be exceeded, PS-1'.4 PS-ll.4 require noise control measures to be incorporated into the proposed development to reduce noise to acceptable levels. Noise control measures may include berms, walls, and sound attenuating architectural design and construction methods. Only permit new development if the noise standards and the City noise regulations can be met. PS-9.2 Continue to enforce the City noise regulations to protect residents from excessive noise levels from stationary Services General fund Ongoing sources. The regulations provide protection from non-transportation related noise sources such as music, machinery, pumps, and air conditioners on private property. Periodically evaluate regulations for adequacy and revise, as needed, to address community needs and changes in legtslation and technology. PS-9.3 PS-9.S Use no~ and land use compatibility standards to guide future planning and development decisions. Table PS-6 in the Noise Element summarizes the standards for acceptable noise levels by land use types. Table PS-6 in the Noise Element provides criteria for assessing the compatibility of future development with the noise environment. Review development proposals to ensure that the noise standards and compatibility criteria are met. Require mitigation measures, where necessary. to reduce noise levels to meet the noise standards and compatibility criteria. Services fees, Mitigation payment Ongoing PS 9_S PS 9A All City departments and agencies will comply with local, state and federal noise standards, including state and federal OSHA "andard,. All new equipment or vehicle purchases will comply with local,,tate and federal noise standards. Such equipment includes compressors, air conditioners, leaf blowers and other fixed and mobile machinery. Purchase noise-producing equipment with the necessary noise abating equipment installed. Services General fund Ongoing Reduce the noise impacts a'sociated with City service' acquired through contracts with other public and private entities, such as street sweeping, solid waste removal and transport, landscaping maintenance, construction projects and emergency services. PS-9.S limit delivery or service hours for stores with loading areas, docks or trash bins that front, side, border, or gain Services General fund Ongoing P511,5 PS-ll.S access on driveways next to residential and other noise sensitive areas. Only approve exceptions if full compliance with the nighttime limits of the noise regulations are achieved. BREA GENERAL PLAN A-16

36 Public Safety Policy PS-l0.l PS-1O.2 PS-1O.l PS-11.1 Related General Plan Element Polioes Potential Funding Public Implementation Program Description Responsible Agency Source Time frame Housing Resources Services Safety Mitigate noise impacts to acceptable levels from transportation activity to enhance the quality of the community. Incorporate noise control measures, such as sound walls and berms, into roadway improvement projects to mitigate impacts to adjacent development. Request Caltrans and the Orange County Transportation Corridor Agencies (OCTAI. as well los Angeles Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) to provide noise control for roadway projects within the City and Sphere of Influence. Particularly, advocate redudng noise impact> from the SR-S7. Coordinate with the Orange County Sheriff's and the California Highway Patrol to enforce the California Vehicle Code pertaining to noise standards for cars, trucks, lind motorcycles. Provide written information desaibing methods of retrofitting existing structures and propenies to reduce noise impacts, including sound insulation, double-pane glass windows, sound walls, berming and other measures. PS-11.2 Enforce the provisions of the State of Calif"'nia Noise Insulation Standards lt~le 24) that specify that indoor noise levels for multi-family residential living spaces shall not exceed 45 db CNEL. The Title 24 noise standard is defined as the combined effect of all noise sources and is implemented when existing or future exterior noise levels exceed 60 db CNEl. Title 24 requires that the standard be applied to all new hotels, motels, apartment houses and dwellinl!' other than single-family dwellins". A~o apply the standard to single-family dwellins" and condominium conversion projects as offidal policy. PS-11.3 Services General fund. OCTA. Federal grants Ongoing Serv'ces General fund Ongoing Services Ceneral fund OngOing Services fees, Mitigation payments Require all construction activity and special events to comply with the limits established in the Noise Control Ordinance. Review the Noise Control Ordinance for adequacy and amend as needed to address community Services fees, General fund Ongoing, Revise needs and development patterns. ordinance by end of 2004 Ongoing PS-1O.2 BRE~ GENER~L PL~N A-27

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