California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Notifications
The following provides a list of active CEQA Notices.
|Expansion of Automobile Storage Facility in Bay Point-The applicant is requesting approval of development plan to allow the expansion of an existing vehicle storage facility for the storage of approximately 1,200 additional theft recovered and damaged vehicles and a tree permit for the removal of 39 code-protected trees ranging in size form 7” to 60” in diameter. The proposed project will expand previously approved land uses (County Files #CDLP98-02056 and #CDLP02-02009) and all existing auto auction activities will still occur on the adjacent parcel to the north. The project is located at 2770 Willow Pass Road, Assessor Parcel No. 098-240-031, County File #CDDP18-03005.||Bay Point||The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will begin on Friday, October 22, 2021 and extends to Monday, November 22, 2021, until 5:00 P.M||NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW AND INTENT TO ADOPT A PROPOSED MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION|
|125-Unit Townhouse Condominium Project-The proposed project includes rezoning of the project site from Multiple-Family Residential (M-17 and M-29) and Single-Family Residential (R-15) to a Planned Unit District (P-1) and approval of a vesting tentative map reconfiguring the current eight parcels into 19 new residential parcels. The proposed project would involve a development plan to allow the demolition of all existing improvements currently present on-site, including buildings, foundations, asphalt, concrete, fence poles, and landscaping. The project is located at 2740 Jones Road, Assessor's Parcel Numbers:|
172-012-001, 172-012-007, 172-012-025, 172-012-026, 172-012-021, 172-012-008, 172-012-023, and 172-012-020. County File Numbers: CDRZ21-0358, CDSD21-09559, CDDP21-03001.
|Unincorporated Walnut Creek|
The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will begin on Thursday, October 21, 2021 and extends to Monday, December 6, 2021, until 5:00 P.M.
|Walnut and Grayson Creeks Desilting Project|
Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, in cooperation with the Contra Costa County Public Works Department, proposes to remove sediment from Walnut and Grayson Creeks that has accumulated since the last desilt operation in 2006. This work is part of periodic maintenance of these channels as required by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The proposed desilt locations are as follows: Grayson Creek from Chilpancingo Parkway to Imhoff Drive; and Walnut Creek from approximately 1,200 feet downstream of Diamond Boulevard to approximately 1,300 feet downstream of Concord Avenue. A total of about 172,300 cubic yards of sediment will be removed. Work is anticipated to occur from April to October for two consecutive years, starting in 2022.
County File CP# 21-29
|Unincorporated Contra Costa County, City of Concord, and City of Pleasant Hill.|
The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document is from October 20, 2021 to November 19, 2021
|Blum Road Six Lot Subdivision. County File #CDSD18-09500 - The applicant is requesting approval of a vesting tentative map for a major subdivision which proposes to subdivide the two-acre site into six lots, ranging in size from 7,212 to 13,944 square feet, and a 30,146-square-foot remainder. To accommodate improvements, a tree permit would be included for the removal of 18 code-protected trees ranging in size from 6.5 to 30 inches in diameter. A variance for 50-foot lot width would be required for Lot 5 (where 70 feet is required). Additionally, an exception to Title 9 of the County Code would be required to allow privately maintained stormwater detention infrastructure (where public maintenance is required). The project would include approximately 4,000 cubic yards of grading (2,000 cut and 2,000 fill) to accommodate excavation for bioretention treatment facilities, building pads, and grading of the areas to be paved.||Unincorporated Martinez||The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will extent until Thursday, November 4, 2021 at 5:00 PM|
|Martinez Refinery Renewable Fuels Project- The proposed Project would repurpose the Refinery for production of fuels from renewable sources rather than from crude oil. Some existing Refinery equipment would be altered or replaced, and additional new equipment units and tanks would be installed, to facilitate production of fuels from renewable feedstock. County File # CDLP20-02046||Unincorporated Martinez||The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will begin on Monday, October 18, 2021, and extends to Friday, December 17, 2021, until 4:00 P.M.|
|Phillips 66 Rodeo Renewed Project-|
Phillips 66 proposes to modify the existing Rodeo Refinery into a repurposed facility that would process renewable feedstocks into renewable diesel fuel, renewable components for blending with other transportation fuels, and renewable fuel gas. Repurposing of the Rodeo Refinery would assist California in meeting its stated goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and ultimately transitioning to carbon neutrality. County File #CDLP20-02040.
The period for accepting comments on the adequacy of the environmental document will begin on Monday, October 18, 2021 and extends to Friday, December 17, 2021 until 4:00 P.M.
|Draft Environmental Impact Document is viewable on the Project Page|
|Powerdrive Oil and |
Gas Wells Project -
County File #LP19-2019
|Announcement re: Environmental Review &Project Status|
In addition to the active CEQA notifications provided above, the Department of Conservation and Development provides updates on major projects under consideration.