Stream Conservation Area Ordinance

Community Development Agency

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Developing a Revised Stream Conservation Ordinance as Part of Countywide Plan Update.

Lagunitas Creek in the San Geronimo Watershed remains as one of the largest runs of wild coho salmon, steelhead trout and chinook salmon in Northern California. The Community Development Agency (CDA), in collaboration with the Department of Public Works (DPW), the Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program (MCSTOPPP), and the Marin Resource Conservation District have renewed the effort to fashion an Stream Conservation Area (SCA) Ordinance to protect, and where possible, restore the natural structure and function of riparian systems

News
March 3, 2021: https://www.marinij.com/2021/03/03/new-rules-brewing-on-san-geronimo-valley-development/
March 2, 2021: Status of the Expanded Stream Conservation Area Ordinance for the San Geronimo Valley
February 13, 2020: Press Release - County Seeks Balance on San Geronimo Valley Policy

March 2, 2021
Board of Supervisors Public Hearing
The Marin County Board of Supervisors will receive a status report on the Expanded Stream Conservation Area Ordinance for the San Geronimo Valley starting approximately at 1:30 pm on March 2nd. 

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Agenda
Board Letter
Public Comments

February 11, 2020
Board of Supervisors Public Hearing
 On February 11, 2020, the Board approved Countywide Plan Phase 1 work program initiative to develop an Expanded Stream Protection Ordinance for the San Geronimo Valley.

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Agenda
Board Letter
Attachments