More than 250 people attended a public hearing Wednesday evening about the proposed Walmart Supercenter project for north Redlands, police at the event estimated.
The hearing began at 6 p.m. July 18 in the cafeteria at Citrus Valley High School, near the 32.9-acre site proposed for the project.
The development plan, called Redlands Crossing, proposes a 256,614-square-foot retail and commercial center on 32.9 acres at San Bernardino Avenue and Tennessee Street, according to city records.
The Walmart Supercenter is proposed as a 196,114-square-foot store, and the plan includes nine out-parcels with potential for 60,500 square feet for three fast-food drive-thru restaurants and other retail and restaurant space, according city of Redlands staff.
Citrus Valley High, at Pioneer Avenue and Texas Street, is just northeast of where developers want to build the Walmart Supercenter and the rest of the project.
To read the Redlands Crossing draft environmental impact report, click here.