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  • Visit the Public Notices web page for a complete list of public notices, pending board decisions, and additional opportunities for public participation.
  • Jim Mosby, Gustavo Alvarez, and Central Coast Water Board enforcement staff propose $46,037 settlement for violation of Agricultural Order requirements (see notice on Enforcement Program webpage under "Current Enforcement Actions") (4/3/2024)
  • Notice of Opportunity for Public Review and Comment Concerning a Proposed Amendment to the Water Quality Control Plan for the Central Coastal Basin to Incorporate Applicable Provisions of Statewide Plans and Policies (English & Spanish) (2/16/2024)
  • Four Central Coast growers to pay penalties for failing to comply with Agricultural Order (Press Release in English) - (Comunicado de Prensa en Español) (11/17/23)
  • Ryan Lodge Appointed Executive Officer of the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (9/18/23) Press Release
  • City of Salinas to pay over $193,000 for 2022 untreated wastewater spill into Natividad Creek (9/18/23) Press Release
  • Notice of Public Hearing of an Administrative Civil Liability Complaint for an Alleged Violation of Agricultural Order Requirements (see notice on Enforcement Program webpage under “Current Enforcement Actions”) (8/23/2023)
  • Central Coast Water Board Adopts Resolution No. R3-2023-0046 to Ratify Voluntary Cleanup and Abatement Agreement with the County of San Luis Obispo and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to Address PFAS Pollution from San Luis Obispo (7/21/2023) Press Release | Resolution No. R3-2023-0046 | Voluntary Cleanup and Abatement Agreement