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DTSC requests public comments on many types of draft documents: regulations, site cleanup plans, draft permits, California Environmental Quality Act documents and more. This page contains links to public notices for projects currently in a public comment period for official, formal rulemaking. In addition, you will find links to pages containing support materials (fact sheets, regulation text, etc.) below the public notices. You may also visit the DTSC Calendar for information about comment periods, public hearings and meetings, workshops and training.
Additional public notices are available through our EnviroStor database.
Public Notices on Policies, Regulations and Statutes
DTSC seeks comments on all proposed regulations, in keeping with California's commitment to provide meaningful public involvement in governmental decisions. To be added to DTSC's mailing list for any of the rulemakings listed below or for all proposed regulations, leave a phone message at (916) 324-9933 or e-mail email@example.com. Please provide your name, organization (if applicable), address and how you want notifications sent (mail, e-mail or both). It is also helpful to provide your phone number so that we can call if we have questions concerning your request. For more on how to participate in California's rule-making, visit the Office of Administrative Law.
See the Laws, Regs, and Policies link under Regulation Concepts for materials about regulations in the development stage and how to submit comments about them. This is different from the formal regulation promulgation process under the Office of Administrative Law.
The statement below that "there are currently no public notices on regulations" refers to the official Rulemaking process, and not the Regulation Concepts process that precedes it.
There are currently no public notices on regulations.
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