CALFED Bay-Delta Program heading
  • Governor Brown
  • John Laird, Resources Secretary
  • Joe Grindstaff, CALFED Director

Administrative Record for the Bay-Delta Programmatic EIR/EIS Cases

The documents contained in this database comprise the administrative record for the Resources Agency's certification of the CALFED Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report on August 28, 2000, pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act.  The Resources Agency lodged this administrative record with the Superior Court of Sacramento County as part of the litigation challenging that decision, titled the Bay-Delta Programmatic EIR Cases.

 In particular, this record encompasses (a) development of the long-term Plan for the Bay-Delta (commenced in May, 1995); and (b) development of the Programmatic EIS/EIR on the long-term Plan certified by the Resources Agency on August 28, 2000. The record includes relevant documents from the interagency staff team that prepared the Programmatic EIS/EIR, files of the CALFED Bay-Delta Program staff and files of the State CALFED agencies.  This record does not include documents held in the files of the Federal CALFED agencies that were not transmitted to and retained by the interagency staff team, CALFED Bay-Delta Program staff or a State CALFED Agency. To search this record, enter a keyword(s) below in the text box and click the search button. Please note: If your search uses more than a single keyword, the search will result in the identification of documents which only have your keywords listed consecutively in the document titles.

CALFED Program documents prepared after the CALFED Programmatic Record of Decision was signed in August 2000, are also available to search. To search for these later documents, enter a keyword(s) into the CALFED Searchbox in the upper right hand corner of this page. Please note: In contrast to the previous record search, if your search uses more then a single keyword, the search will result in the identification of all documents with those keywords regardless if the words are noted consecutively or not in the document titles.