California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Notifications
Enacted in 1970, CEQA is a California statute that requires state and local agencies to identify the significant environmental impacts of their projects and to avoid or mitigate those impacts, if feasible.
The following list contains CEQA documents pertaining to calendar year 2016. For CEQA documents for prior calendar years, please click here.
Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility [SRWRF] Rehabilitation Project (Project Nos. PG180 and PG187), and change of ownership and organization of the SRWRF and the wastewater collection system facilities to that of the Santa Rosa Regional Resources Authority (SRRRA), a joint powers authority public agency - Notice of Exemption
Disinfection System Improvements at the Ace Bowen and Senga Doherty Pump Stations (Project Nos. D1548, D1672, and D1624) - Notice of Determination
National Environmental Policy Act
Also enacted in 1970, NEPA establishes federal environmental policies requiring all federal agencies to assess the environmental impacts of proposed projects prior to making decisions such as issuing permits or spending federal money. The principal goal of NEPA is to ensure that projects are designed, located, and operated in ways that reduce adverse effects and increase beneficial impacts. All projects that receive federal funding are subject to NEPA requirements.
If you are looking for CEQA documentation for a specific RCWD project not listed on this page, please use the contact information on this page to make your request.