City of Camarillo’s
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines
On May 27, 2020, the City Council of the City of Camarillo adopted updates to the City’s California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Environmental Guidelines and Thresholds of Significance as they pertain to the City of Camarillo’s unique geography, character, and composition. The City’s CEQA Environmental Guidelines and Thresholds of Significance are used to evaluate a project’s potential impact to the environment, based on criteria that is applicable to the City of Camarillo in compliance with CEQA statutes. The updated CEQA Environmental Guidelines and Thresholds of Significance will help to streamline environmental review of projects while evaluating their impacts to the established standards of the City, providing a profile of the project’s impacts as they specifically relate to the City of Camarillo.
A copy of the City's updated CEQA Environmental Guidelines can be viewed below, and copies are available for review at City Hall, located at 601 Carmen Drive. The guidelines and Appendices G and N are to be used by City staff and consultants in the preparation of CEQA documents.
In-Fill development Appendix N checklist (Word Format)
For questions regarding the updated City of Camarillo CEQA Environmental Guidelines and Thresholds of Significance, please contact the Department of Community Development at 805.388.5360 or at [email protected].
Para asistencia en español, por favor póngase en contacto con el Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y habla con Monique Martinez en (805) 388-5360.