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Learn about the campus LRDPs

UC Santa Cruz has prepared this web site in order to keep members of the campus community and public informed about UCSC's Long-Range Development Plan (LRDP), Coastal Long-Range Development Plan (CLRDP), and its annual monitoring programs.

The Final LRDP for the main campus and the 2300 Delaware property and its accompanying Final EIR were approved and certified by the UC Board of Regents at its September 19-21, 2006 meeting.

The Final CLRDP for the Marine Science Campus and its accompanying Final EIR were approved and certified by the UC Board of Regents at its September 21, 2004 meeting and by the California Coastal Commission on December 12, 2007.

HIGHLIGHTS

Annual LRDP reports

Each year the campus prepares a report monitoring the progress of elements in the Comprehensive Settlement Agreement—these reports are now posted. Similarly, the annual LRDP Mitigation Monitoring Reports are available on this website.

Annual CLRDP reports

Each year the campus prepares report monitoring the CLRDP mitigations approved for the Coastal Science Campus, as well as an annual report of activities at the Younger Lagoon Natural Reserve—these reports are now posted.