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The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) generally requires state and local government agencies to inform decision makers and the public about the potential environmental impacts of proposed projects, and to reduce those environmental impacts to the extent feasible. This page contains information about the CEQA process and links to general project comment letters written by CARB and local air districts. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list, but a helpful starting point for those interested in air quality and the CEQA process. This list will be refined and updated as new resources become available, and as public comments are received.
Some of the links below lead to non-CARB resources, but provide information that may be helpful to individuals interested in air quality and the CEQA process. CARB cannot attest to the accuracy of these sites, and linking to a non-CARB site does not constitute an endorsement by CARB or any of its staff.
CEQA: The California Environmental Quality Act
CEQA homepage of the Governor's Office of Planning and Research.
Established in 1973, the State Clearinghouse (SCH) coordinates the state-level review of environmental documents that are prepared pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act. As a division of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, the SCH is at the center of state agency involvement in the CEQA environmental review process.
Project Comment Letters
California Air Resources Board
Community Air Protection Program Comment Letters
Local and regional plans and individual project decisions can impact community-scale exposure. CARB’s review and comments on proposed plans and projects provides input to other government agencies in an effort to improve air quality and public health.
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) for Freight Facilities
Comment letters providing input to lead agencies on freight-related CEQA documents in an effort to reduce air quality and health impacts.