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Meyers Nave Celebrates the Successful Approval of the DisneylandForward Initiative

We are thrilled to announce another major accomplishment for the Meyers Nave team! Earlier this week, the Anaheim City Council gave unanimous approval to the DisneylandForward project, marking a significant milestone in our longstanding partnership with the City.

For the past two years, our Land Use & Environmental Law team, Tim Cremin, Kiana Amiri-Davani, and Mina Arasteh, has played a critical role in ensuring compliance with environmental standards under CEQA and navigating the project’s complex approval process. Our contributions included extensive legal analysis during the environmental review process, preparation of the Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR), and active participation in key City meetings. We also helped provide clear and accessible information to the public about the project’s environmental impacts.

DisneylandForward is a legacy project that calls for Disney’s commitment to invest a minimum of $1.9 billion over the next 10 years. The project allows for expanding the areas on which theme park attractions are allowed as well as new areas for shopping, dining and entertainment uses. In addition, the project includes community benefits paid by Disney, including $30 million for affordable housing, $8 million for City parks and $45 million for street and sewer improvements, among other benefits.

A big thank you to the City of Anaheim for entrusting us with this important project and to everyone involved in reaching this milestone!

Learn more about DisneylandForward here.