Mitigation Monitoring

The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that a Lead Agency establish a program to monitor and report on mitigation measures adopted as part of the environmental review process to avoid or reduce the severity and magnitude of potentially significant environmental impacts associated with project development. The CEQA guidelines (Section 15097 [a]) require that a mitigation monitoring and reporting program be adopted upon certification of an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) or Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) to ensure mitigation measures identified in the EIR or MND are implemented.

The Mitigation Monitoring Program describes monitoring and reporting procedures, monitoring responsibilities, and monitoring schedules for all mitigation measures identified in the 2004 LRDP EIR. The Environmental Planning Team in the Physical Planning Office oversees the implementation of the Mitigation Monitoring Program.

The 2004 LRDP EIR includes a Mitigation Monitoring Program (updated June 2010) designed to ensure that the mitigation measures identified in the EIR are applied to tiered project level analyses as applicable, and thereafter implemented.

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