The L.A. Rams have filed a proposal with the city of Thousand Oaks to build athletic facilities at California Lutheran University, according to the Ventura County Star.
Contracts have not been signed with Cal Lutheran, but the university did grant permission for the NFL franchise to submit the application, which would expedite the construction process if a deal is reached.
A Notice of Application “to allow the construction of 50,000 square feet of temporary modular buildings for use in conjunction with an athletic facility utilizing fields and parking previously approved for California Lutheran University” was posted above the university’s North Field.
Los Angeles developer Wilson Meany applied as the builder of the project, according to the city of Thousand Oaks. Wilson Meany is also responsible for constructing the Rams NFL stadium in Inglewood, which is scheduled for completion in 2019.
The Rams will play its next three seasons at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
As for the team’s preseason practice, spring minicamp is scheduled to begin April 18 at River Ridge Fields in Oxnard.
The Rams will then relocate to UC Irvine for training camp in August as the Dallas Cowboys take over the Oxnard location as its regular training site.