Regional Leaders Announce Settlement in Tijuana River Valley Sewage Litigation
Successful Conclusion to Long-Running Lawsuits Announced by San Diego Area, Federal, State and Local Organizations
State Lands Commission and California Geological Energy Management Division announce oil well abandonment milestone
Sacramento, Calif.—The State Lands Commission, in collaboration with the Department of Conservation’s California Geological Energy Management Division (CalGEM), has plugged and abandoned all 50 wells on Rincon Island and all 24 state onshore production wells.
We have updated our Ocean Planning Web Mapping Application with New Datasets
We have updated the Web Mapping Application for the San Diego Ocean Planning Partnership. The Application is a free public tool that displays a huge variety of datasets related to Public Trust uses in the ocean waters off San Diego County. New or updated datasets...
Oil Pipeline Company to Pay more than $60 Million to Settle 2015 Refugio Oil Spill
Santa Barbara, Calif. – State officials announce a comprehensive civil settlement with Plains All American Pipeline resolving natural resource damages, penalties and response costs associated with a crude oil spill near Santa Barbara in May 2015. The spill from an underground pipeline owned by the company caused injury to natural resources including birds, marine mammals, shoreline and subtidal habitats, and required beaches to close to be closed to the public.
You’re invited to an interactive public workshop!
The Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Program Planning Team, a multi-agency effort that will lead to a shared vision for public access to the Hollister Ranch coastline, invites you to participate in our upcoming interactive public workshop. The focus of the first...
Memorandum of Understanding between the State Lands Commission & the Coastal Commission
The Commission and the California Coastal Commission have a new memorandum of understanding to improve coordination and collaboration. This collaboration is especially important at a time when California is leading efforts to curb climate change and adapt to sea level...
State Lands Map & Aerial Photo Collections now available digitally at CSU Fresno
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with California State University Fresno to create the "California Map and Aerial Digitization Project" to digitize archival maps and aerial photographs. Our digitization project work is ongoing and additional maps will...
The San Diego Ocean Planning Partnership announces the launch of a new web mapping application for the state waters offshore San Diego
The San Diego Ocean Planning Partnership has released an interactive, user-friendly Web Mapping Application that is designed to help users better understand the dynamic ocean space and ocean-related data offshore San Diego County.
Collaboration Agreement for the Development of a Contemporary Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Program
Commission staff and our agency partners, the California Coastal Commission, the Coastal Conservancy, and California State Parks, have completed a collaboration agreement
that will guide our coordination efforts to develop a new Hollister Ranch Access Program.
Commission approves San Diego Ocean Planning Project Preliminary Assessment Report
The Policy sets out 12 goals and a strong Implementation Blueprint and will guide the Commission’s land and resource management duties in the coming years.