California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Postings

California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Postings

What is CEQA? 

CEQA, or the California Environmental Quality Act, was adopted in 1970 and incorporated in the Public Resources Code §§21000-21177. The statute requires state and local agencies to identify the significant environmental impacts of their actions and to avoid or mitigate those impacts, if feasible.

To keep the public informed, local agencies must submit notifications of project approvals under CEQA to two locations: the State Clearing House and the County Clerk. Since the enactment of Senate Bill 69, these notifications must also be posted on the agency's official website. Below is the table of the available notices:

Notices of Exemption:

No Notices of Exemption at this time. 

Notices of Determination: 
Notices of Intent to Adopt Negative Declarations:

No Notices to Adopt Negative Declarations at this time. 

Notices of Preparation of Draft Environmental Impact Reports:

No Notices of Preparation at this time.

Notices of Availability of Draft Environmental Impact Reports: 

No Notices of Availability at this time.