Cherry Valley, CA
A draft environmental impact report for a 1.8 million-square-foot warehouse proposed in the community of Cherry Valley is available for public comment until Jan. 18.
The controversial project, formerly called the Gateway project and now identified as the San Gorgonio Crossing, will be located off the 10 Freeway and Cherry Valley Boulevard at the entrance of the San Gorgonio Pass. As proposed, the project includes two buildings with 300 bay doors on 230 acres—however, only 144 acres are slated to be developed.
The Riverside County Board of Supervisors is expected to schedule a hearing on the Draft EIR at an undetermined date in the future.
The draft environmental impact report is available for review at public libraries in Calimesa and Beaumont. It can also be viewed online at planning.rctlma.org/; just click on NOC for EIR No. 534 under the heading What’s New.