Welcome to CEQAnet, the online searchable environmental database
of the State Clearinghouse within the Office
of Planning & Research.
CEQAnet contains key information from all California Environmental
Quality Act (CEQA) documents submitted to the State Clearinghouse for
state review since 1990. For information on documents submitted prior to 1990,
email us at email@example.com.
In addition, some federal National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents
are submitted to the Clearinghouse for state review; key information from these
NEPA documents is also contained in this database.
The CEQAnet database provides summaries of Environmental Impact
Reports (EIRs), Negative Declarations, Environmental Impact Statements,
and other types of CEQA and NEPA documents. The summaries include the
project title, project location, lead agency name, contact information,
and project description. At this time, CEQAnet does not provide the full
text of any environmental documents.
Because not all environmental documents are submitted to the
State Clearinghouse, CEQAnet is not a comprehensive database of all CEQA
and NEPA documents in California.
OPR makes available information about notices of exemption, notices
of preparation, notices of determination, and notices of completion to the
public through CEQAnet (CEQA Guidelines Section 15023 (h)). The publishing
of information on CEQAnet does not factor into when such notices were received
and posted by the SCH. Once the information uploads to CEQAnet, the official
SCH posting date is referred to as the "date received."
Disclaimer: Summaries of the notices may take several days to appear on CEQAnet.
Again, the publishing of information on CEQAnet does not factor into when
such notices were received and posted by the SCH.
LET US KNOW WHAT YOU THINK! Please let us know if you have questions
or comments regarding this information service by e-mailing the State
Clearinghouse at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a brand new service; we expect to make refinements and improvements
based on your input. Please let us know how to make this more user friendly.