Environmental (CEQA) Review Information
The City is generally the Lead Agency for projects within its jurisdiction. Being the Lead Agency means overseeing the environmental review process for all projects requiring a decision to be made at the discretion of the City Council or Planning Commission. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is the environmental review process for the City, and it provides a means to inform City decision-makers about potential environmental impacts that would result from a project.
Click here to view CEQA documents currently in public review period.
Projects currently in the Planning Process
The projects listed below are outside of their CEQA public comment periods, but still in the planning process and not yet fully approved.
Faria/Southwest Hills Annexation
Clear Channel Digital Readerboard at Frontage Road
Americana Park Bypass Channel
Environmental Impact Reports (EIR's) previously certified by the City
The projects listed below are included for reference purposes. All EIR's below have been previously certified by the City.
Tuscany Meadows Residential Subdivision
Montreux Residential Subdivision
The Reserve at Woodland Hills, AP-15-1029 (GP, RZ, DR)
Stoneman Apartments, AP-14-1000 (DR)
Mt. Diablo Resource Recovery Park
Marine Express Site Improvements
Old Town Park
James Donlon Boulevard Extension
Railroad Avenue Specific Plan
Pittsburg/Bay Point BART Master Plan
City of Pittsburg General Plan, 2020
Black Diamond Mixed Use Project (currently known as “Vidrio”)
East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan (Draft and Final)
Sky Ranch II Residential Subdivision Environmental Impact Report
Trans Bay Cable Project
San Marco Subdivision
Koch Carbon EIR (Pittsburg Marine Terminal)
Vista Del Mar Project
Bailey Estates Project