City of Antioch

Aerial view of the Antioch Bridge.

Aerial photograph of the Antioch Bridge by Bill Hall, Caltrans District 4 photographer.

The City of Antioch was granted sovereign tide and submerged lands in trust in 1955. In 1989, the original grant and its amendments were repealed and replaced with a new granting statute for the purposes of commerce, navigation, fisheries, and other public trust purposes and in accordance with a land use plan that was approved by the City and the Commission.

City of Antioch

Staff Report Description
10/29/1979 (27) Consideration of substantial compliance
11/15/1994 (37) Consistency determination concerning legislative tidelands granted by Chapter 1057, Statutes of 1989
04/20/2000 (19) Amendment of trust lands use plan and approval of proposed pipeline lease
Statute Description
Chapter 1939, Statutes of 1955
REPEALED by Chapter 1067
An act conveying certain lands lying under inland navigable waters situated in the San Joaquin River to the City of Antioch, State of California, in furtherance of navigation and commerce and the fisheries, and providing for the government, management and control thereof, reserving rights to the State.
Chapter 1430, Statutes of 1957
REPEALED by Chapter 1067
An act to amend Section 1 of Chapter 1939 of the Statutes of 1955, relating to certain lands lying under inland navigable waters situated in the San Joaquin River.
Chapter 1586, Statutes of 1963
REPEALED by Chapter 1067
An act to amend Section 1 of Chapter 1939 of the Statutes of 1955, relating to certain lands lying under inland navigable waters situated in the San Joaquin River.
Chapter 1067, Statutes of 1989 An act to repeal Chapter 1939 of the Statutes of 1955, Chapter 1430 of the Statutes of 1957, and Chapter 1586 of the Statutes of 1963, relating to tidelands and submerged lands and to convey certain tidelands and submerged lands to the City of Antioch.

The City is required by Sections 2 and 3 of Chapter 1067, Statutes of 1989, to submit a Trust Lands Use Plan by January 1, 1994, and a report of trust uses every five years thereafter, beginning September 30, 1991.

The City is required by Section 6306 of the Public Resources Code to complete an annual financial statement and standardized reporting form for trust lands on or before December 31 of each year.

Below is a list of reports the City has submitted by fiscal year:

AB 691 – Proactively Planning for Sea-Level Rise Impacts

AB 691 (Muratsuchi) Chapter 592, Statutes of 2013, involves sea-level rise and granted public trust lands. Assessing the impacts of sea-level rise on these lands is a management priority for grantees.

Read more about AB 691 assessments and learn about local sea-level rise planning efforts.

Contacts

Program Manager
Reid Boggiano
916.574.0450
Reid.Boggiano@slc.ca.gov

Dredging Notices & Financial Reports
Michaela Moser
916.574.2255
Michaela.Moser@slc.ca.gov