The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) was adopted in 1970 and incorporated in the Public Resources Code Section 21000-21177.
Its basic purposes are to: inform governmental decision makers and the public about the potential significant environmental effects of proposed activities;
identify ways that environmental damage can be avoided or significantly reduced; require changes in project through the use of alternatives or mitigation
measures when feasible; and disclose to the public the reasons why a project was approved if significant environmental effects are involved. CEQA applies to
projects undertaken, funded or requiring an issuance of a permit by a public agency.
FISH AND WILDLIFE FILINGS are governed by California Code of Regulations Title 14, Section 753.5 and Fish and Wildlife Code Collection of Filing Fees.
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There is a $50.00 fee for each Department of Fish and Wildlife notice filed with the County Clerk's Office. All other notices (Notice of Public Hearing, Notice of Intent,
Notice of Availability, etc) will be a courtesy posting.
All notices must be posted within 24 hours of receipt in the County Clerk’s Office (Public Resources Code 21152(c)). Our office will accept a
maximum of 2 concurrent filings over-the-counter per filer. Any more than 2 will need to be left in our drop box and we will process within 24 hours.
Each copy of all environmental filings being submitted must include a Transmittal Memorandum.
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All courtesy postings, even though there is no fee, must have a transmittal memorandum attached to each copy.
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