recently permitted projects and Environmental review
The Conservancy is oftentimes the Lead Agency for Participating Special Entity projects. Being the Lead Agency means overseeing the environmental review process for all projects requiring a decision to be made at the discretion of the Conservancy's Governing Board. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is the environmental review process for the City, and it provides a means to inform City decision-makers about potential environmental impacts that would result from a project.
The project listed below has been approved by the Conservancy:
Phillips 66 Line 200 Anomaly Investigation and Repair - Winter 2020
Approved by the Governing Board on December 11, 2020
- Notice of Exemption (2.1 MB)
2019 annual report
The 2019 Year in Review document and Annual Report and are now available. Previous years' documents are available under the Documents page.
MITIGATION FEE ADJUSTMENTS
The ECCC HCP/NCCP mitigation fees were adjusted on March 3, 2020, pursuant to the cost indices and formulas prescribed in the HCP/NCCP. New mitigation fee calculators can be found on the Project Permitting page.
Neighboring Landowner Assurances Information
Full text of the Neighboring Landowner Assurances Provision is located in Chapter 10, Assurances, of the HCP/NCCP (pages 10-14 through 10-16) and here. The entire HCP/NCCP document is located on the Documents page.