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  • 2014 LRDP Environmental Impact Report

    A Draft EIR on the LRDP was prepared in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and published on August 15, 2014. The EIR provides a program-level analysis of the proposed 2014 LRDP, as well as project-level analysis for a number of specific 2014 LRDP development proposals where greater project detail was available.

    Following a 60-day public review period on the Draft EIR from August 15, 2014 through October 14, 2014, which included a public hearing held on September 22, 2014, UCSF prepared the Final EIR. Click here to view a copy of the Final EIR.

    一道本不卡免费高清The Board of Regents of the University of California certified the Final EIR at their November 2014 meeting.

    LRDP EIR Scoping Meeting

    Previous LRDPs

    The Regents require each campus in the University of California system to evaluate its academic and physical plan for future development. This plan, a Long Range Development Plan (LRDP), guides physical development over the plan’s timeframe.

    The 1996 LRDP described plans for UCSF’s physical facilities through the 2011-2012 academic year and involved two major components - reinvesting in existing sites, including carrying out necessary infrastructure, code and seismic improvements; and establishing a major new campus site to provide 2.65 million gross square feet of new space for biomedical research and associated support facilities. In 1997, Mission Bay was selected as the location of the major new campus site. The 1996 LRDP was amended three times - to allow for the development of housing at the Mission Bay campus site, articulate a new clinical configuration for UCSF involving major inpatient sites at Parnassus Heights and Mission Bay with a major outpatient hub at Mount Zion, and adopt Mission Bay Planning Principles to guide off-campus development in the vicinity of the Mission Bay site in response to community concerns about UCSF’s expansion there.

    UCSF’s 1982 LRDP called for the dispersal of UCSF’s functions away from Parnassus Heights in order to accommodate growth. Under the 1982 LRDP’s strategy of decentralization, UCSF purchased and leased a number of satellite facilities including Laurel Heights, the Mission Center building, and clinical facilities at Mount Zion. Inefficiencies resulting from the ensuing scattered operations led to the recommendation in the 1996 LRDP to consolidate further growth at a single major new site, which is now located at Mission Bay.

    UCSF’s 1976 LRDP contained policies to limit growth at the Parnassus Heights campus site due to concerns over the density of proposed development there, and resulted in the 1976 Regents' Resolution to limit development at Parnassus Heights to 3.55 million gross square feet, which is now often referred to as the Parnassus Heights “space ceiling.”

    Background Reports

    UCSF Strategic Plan

    The UCSF Strategic Plan articulates the investments the University must make — in people, infrastructure, facilities, partnerships and working environment — to achieve its goals.
    Download the Strategic Plan (PDF)


    Physical Design Framework

    The Physical Design Framework is a companion document to the LRDP which provides clear and consistent planning and design principles to guide the development of physical facilities at all UCSF sites. The Physical Design Framework will be updated as needed to be consistent with UCSF's next LRDP.


    Capital Financial Plan

    The Capital Financial Plan is a 10-year plan that describes UCSF’s planned capital investments over the coming decade. The Capital Financial Plan is updated annually.


    Mission Bay Phase 2 Planning Study

    Since construction began in 1999, UCSF Mission Bay has bloomed into a vibrant campus with research buildings, a community center, a student housing complex, parking facilities and major landscaped open space areas. Additional land has been acquired to the south of the original campus where a 289-bed hospital complex featuring three separate hospitals is now under construction. The Mission Bay Phase 2 Planning Study examines options for how the remaining undeveloped blocks on the original campus site could be developed. The preferred option will be identified in UCSF’s next LRDP.
    Download the Mission Bay Phase 2 Planning Study (PDF)


    Economic Impact Report

    UCSF is a major economic engine for San Francisco and the Bay Area. UCSF’s 2010 Economic Impact Report describes the direct and indirect economic growth generated by UCSF’s $3.3 billion enterprise, its 21,900 employees and the world-class research, patient care and education they support, which together generates a $6.2 billion impact on industry output in the Bay Area.
    Download the Economic Impact Report (PDF) 


     

    Community & Government Relations Projects

    UCSF is engaged in a variety of ongoing projects designed to enhance the campus and medical center, and better serve both patients and the greater community. When we embark on any project, planning always includes engagement with the local community.