NEPA Documents Public Review
National Environmental Policy Documents
What is the National Environmental Policy Act?
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) was signed into law on January 1, 1970. NEPA requires federal agencies to assess the environmental effects of their proposed actions prior to making decisions. The range of actions covered by NEPA is broad and includes:
- making decisions on permit applications,
- adopting federal land management actions, and
- constructing highways and other publicly-owned facilities.
Using the NEPA process, agencies evaluate the environmental and related social and economic effects of their proposed actions. Agencies also provide opportunities for public review and comment on those evaluations. (Via www.epa.gov)
PUBLIC REVIEW NEPA DOCUMENTS
The Paso Robles Municipal Airport Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed Solar Energy Project is now available for your review. You may submit your written comments by letter or e-mail to the address below. Comments must be received no later than 5PM (PST), January 11, 2021. Please allow enough time for mailing. The City of Paso Robles must receive your comments by the deadline, not simply postmarked by that date.
City of Paso Robles, 1000 Spring Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446 Attn: Roger Oxborrow. Or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Draft Environmental Assessment (click here)
- Appendix A.1 - Memorandum of Understanding
- Appendix A.2 - Land Use Assurance Letter
- Appendix A.3 - Approved Airport Land Use Plan
- Appendix A.4 - Proposed Airport Land Use Plan
- Appendix B - Air Quality Model
- Appendix C - Species List
- Appendix D - Biological Resources Assessment
- Appendix E - Kit Fox Evaluation
- Appendix H - Solar Glare Analysis