City of Monterey

Aerial photo of Monterey Bay and Harbor courtesy of the City of MontereyThe City of Monterey was granted sovereign lands in trust in 1868. In 1919, the original grant and its amendments were repealed and a new statute was enacted. The trust lands may be used for commerce, navigation, fisheries, and recreation.

Staff Report Description
06/23/1983 (32) Determinations under 6701 et seq. of the P.R.C. concerning three leases between the City, as Lessor, and Cannery Row Company; Hospitality, Inc.; and Butcher Shop, Inc.; as Lessees
07/12/1984 (27) Item pulled from agenda
02/28/1985 (26) Determinations under 6701 et seq. of the P.R.C. concerning a lease between the City, as Lessor, and Cannery Row Company, as Lessee
10/23/1986 (19) Determinations under 6701 et seq. of the P.R.C. concerning a lease between the City, as Lessor, and Monterey Bay Aquarium Foundation, as Lessee
09/23/1992 (41) Determinations concerning amending a lease between the City, as Lessor, and Monterey Bay Aquarium Foundation, as Lessee
Statute Description
Chapter 210, Statutes of 1868
REPEALED by Chapter 669
An Act granting to the City of Monterey the title to the water front of said city in the Bay of Monterey.
Chapter 237, Statutes of 1903
REPEALED by Chapter 669
An act to amend an act entitled “An, act granting to the city of Monterey the title to the water front of said city in the bay of Monterey.”
Chapter 669, Statutes of 1919 An act granting to the city of Monterey the title to the waterfront of said city in the bay of Monterey.
Chapter 734, Statutes of 1984 An act to amend Sections 1 and 2 of Chapter 669 of the Statutes of 1919, relating to lands granted in trust to the City of Monterey.

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.

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Contacts

Chief, External Affairs Division
Sheri Pemberton | 916.574.1992
Sheri.Pemberton@slc.ca.gov

Public Land Management Specialist
Reid Boggiano | 916.574.0450
Reid.Boggiano@slc.ca.gov