The California Environmental Quality Act (referred to as "CEQA" and found in Section 21000 et. seq. of the Public Resource Code of the State of California "PRC") together with the State CEQA Guidelines promulgated by the California Office of Planning and Research are intended to enhance the long-term protection of the environment and to encourage public participation in the process. They present objectives, criteria, and procedures for the evaluation of projects and the preparation of Categorical Exemptions, Negative Declarations and Environmental Impact Reports.
- If a project is subject to CEQA;
- The process that is used when a project is subject to CEQA; and
- The various levels of CEQA analyses that may occur with a development project.
Coronado's CEQA Guidelines and other environmental documents are available below: