2018 General Use Permit Application
The 2018 General Use Permit Application was submitted on November 21, 2016 to the Santa Clara County Planning Office and is currently under review by the Santa Clara County Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors.
Santa Clara County released the Final Environmental Impact Report (final EIR) for Stanford’s proposed 2018 General Use Permit, which confirms earlier findings in the Draft Environmental Impact Report, described below, that almost all environmental impacts of new academic and residential facilities can be appropriately prevented or mitigated.
Santa Clara County has published a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that describes the physical environmental consequences of Stanford’s proposed 2018 General Use Permit and outlines mitigation measures.
Santa Clara County also has published a Recirculated Draft EIR that describes the physical environmental consequences of adding housing units to the campus beyond the amount Stanford has proposed in its 2018 Genral Use Permit application.
General Use Permit summaries and brochures
Stanford has prepared a number of documents that summarize the details about the 2018 General Use Permit and Draft Environmental Report.
Preparing for the future
Contributing to the community
Application and draft EIR summary
Draft EIR summary
Peer-reviewed reports on transportation
The Draft Environmental Impact Report issued by Santa Clara County on Stanford's General Use Permit application draws on two technical reports that evaluate the transportation effects of the proposed permit, the Transportation Impact Analysis and the Vehicle Miles Traveled Report.