Environmental Review Notices

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In 1970, the California State Legislature adopted the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) to establish a procedure for evaluating the environmental effects of proposed projects. The documents prepared as a result of the review are presented to the decision-maker so that they can make an informed decision regarding the entitlement request. Environmental review is required for most discretionary actions.

The CEQA process is guided by the CEQA statutes and guidelines, which can be found on the State of California’s website.

The CEQA documents posted here are intended to enhance public awareness of and participation in the entitlement process. Only larger projects that meet the threshold for State Clearinghouse review will be posted on this site.

 

CEQA Documents Available for Public Review

PLN17-00028 Lot 19 Industrial Warehouse
 
Old Town Specific Plan