UC Davis is a world leader in advancing health, dedicated to translating science into hope through an education, research and patient-care enterprise that touches millions of lives throughout Northern California and beyond. UC Davis operates two world-class campus locations with the 5,300 acre Davis campus serving as the traditional home of many university programs and the 150 acre Sacramento campus serving as the campus focused on healthcare, patient needs and collaborative opportunities between other scientific disciplines.
THE SACRAMENTO CAMPUS
As a part of UC Davis, UC Davis Health is a multifaceted, multi-site effort that includes the top-ranked UC Davis School of Medicine, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, 625-bed UC Davis Medical Center hospital, and an extensive network of community-based primary and specialty care clinics. UC Davis Health includes on-campus facilities in Davis and Sacramento as well as dozens of off-campus leased and owned facilities throughout the Sacramento region.
This 2020 Update to the 2010 Long Range Development Plan (LRDP) for the UC Davis Sacramento Campus, which is the primary setting for the UC Davis Health System, builds upon the 2010 LRDP and other subsequent and concurrent planning efforts. The 2020 LRDP Update serves as a general land use plan that will allow the UC Davis Sacramento campus to achieve its mission-oriented goals in education, clinical care, research, and community and professional engagement.
Environmental Planning reviews the environmental impacts of UC Davis projects under the 2020 Long Range Development Plan (LRDP), applying mitigation measures for potential impacts and overseeing ongoing monitoring of these measures.
Environmental Planning is responsible for providing the appropriate environmental documentation for individual projects to ensure compliance with CEQA – the basis for environmental law and policy in California.