Environmental Documents Center
Environmental Documents Center EIR/MND Info Box
|Project Name & Number||EIR Scoping Meeting|
|Date of PC or|
|GPA 2024-01 - General Plan Update NOP||09/25/2023 (5 pm)||09/07/2023||10/06/2023||TBD||NOP Docs|
If the above table is empty, that means there are no current CEQA documents out for public review. Public Scoping meetings typically begin at 6 pm. Effective April 15, 2020, scoping meetings will be virtual with Zoom information provided on the notice.
If you have questions or comments about the previously mentioned CEQA document(s), please feel free to contact the City of Wildomar Planning Department at 951-677-7751, ext. 213.
Written communications can be sent to the following address:
City of Wildomar, Planning Department
Attn: Matthew Bassi, Planning Director
23873 Clinton Keith Road, #201
Wildomar, CA 92595
About the CEQA
The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) was adopted in 1970 and incorporated in the Public Resources Code §§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 projects 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 all development projects undertaken by a property owner. The environmental analysis of a development project required by CEQA is performed by the Planning Department, and our CEQA Consultants. The typical CEQA documentation usually is a Negative Declaration, Mitigated Negative Declaration or an Environmental Impact Report. Each document has a mandated public review period as follows:
- Negative Declaration and Mitigated Negative Declaration - 30 days
- Environmental Impact Report - 45 days
In some cases, projects can be Categorically Exempt in accordance with state law. In addition, the City has prepared its own "Local CEQA Guidelines" as required by state law. A copy of these local guidelines can be found on the planning department webpage.
For more information about the state CEQA Guidelines, please visit the Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) website.