Enabling Legislation

CALIFORNIA PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE, DIVISION 21, STATE COASTAL CONSERVANCY

DIVISION 21. STATE COASTAL CONSERVANCY

CHAPTER 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS – 31000-31017

CHAPTER 2. DECLARATION OF STATE POLICY AND GENERAL PROVISIONS – 31050-31056

CHAPTER 3. ESTABLISHMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF THE STATE COASTAL CONSERVANCY – 31100-31120

CHAPTER 4. PRESERVATION OF AGRICULTURAL LAND  – 31150-31156

CHAPTER 4.5. SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA CONSERVANCY PROGRAM  – 31160-31165

CHAPTER 4.6. SANTA ANA RIVER CONSERVATION PROGRAM – 31170-31180

CHAPTER 5. COASTAL RESTORATION PROJECTS  – 31200-31215

CHAPTER 5.5. INTEGRATED COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES PROTECTION  – 31220

CHAPTER 6. COASTAL RESOURCE ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS  – 31251-31270

CHAPTER 7. URBAN WATERFRONT RESTORATION  – 31300-31316

CHAPTER 8. RESERVATION OF SIGNIFICANT COASTAL RESOURCE AREAS – 31350-31356

CHAPTER 9. SYSTEM OF PUBLIC ACCESSWAYS  – 31400-31410

CHAPTER 10. LOWER COST COASTAL ACCOMMODATIONS PROGRAM – 31411 – 31414

 

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