The Conservancy is often times the Lead Agency for Participating Special Entity projects. Being the Lead Agency means overseeing the environmental review process for all projects requiring a decision to be made at the discretion of the Conservancy's Governing Board. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is the environmental review process and provides a means to inform decision-makers about potential environmental impacts that would result from a project.
|Date of Board Action||Project||Summary of Project||CEQA Notice|
|April 26, 2021||P66 Line 200 Anomaly Investigation and Repair - Summer 2021 Project||Phillips 66 Pipeline, LLC (Phillips 66) is proposing to conduct anomaly investigation and repairs at six dig locations (Digs) to address a total of nine anomalies along the existing Line 200 Mainline trunk pipeline in eastern Contra Costa County.||NOE - P66 Summer 2021 Project (PDF)|
|February 22, 2021||P66 Line 200 Anomaly Investigation and Repair - Spring 2021 Project||Phillips 66 Pipeline, LLC (P66) is proposing to conduct anomaly investigation and repairs at one distinct dig locations to address one anomaly along the existing Line 200 Mainline trunk pipeline in eastern Contra Costa County.||NOE - P66 Spring 2021 Project (PDF)|
|January 8, 2021||PG&E Transmission Pipeline L-114 Replacement Project||Involves the installation of a new 2,000-foot-long, 24-inch-diameter natural gas transmission pipeline to replace an existing 22-inch natural gas pipeline. The existing natural gas pipeline replacement is required under PG&E's Integrity Management’s Vintage Pipe Replacement Program. The existing pipeline that was constructed in 1942 would be retired in place.||NOD - PG&E L-114 Replacement Project (PDF)|