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  • Notice of Monterey/San Benito County’s Continuum of Care (CoC) Application Process for Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) 2019 Notification of Funding Availability (NOFA).

    On behalf of the Leadership Council, the Coalition of Homeless Services Providers (CHSP) issued its Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) on February 8, 2019. Eligible activities include; expansion of homeless bed inventory through new emergency shelters, warming shelters, transitional, permanent or other homeless housing; operating and/or supportive services for new homeless beds; rental assistance, rapid rehousing, eviction prevention and/or move-in assistance; street outreach programs; health and safety education services; criminal justice diversion programs; housing navigation services; landlord mitigation programs; targeted case management and other related activities.

    2/11/2019 9:28:16 AM

  • Monterey County’s Water Resources Agency is looking for community members to serve on its Basin Management Advisory Committee

    The Monterey County Water Resources Agency is seeking applications for three (3) vacant public member seats on the Basin Management Advisory Committee (BMAC).

    2/6/2019 9:28:51 AM

  • Amendment to the Notice of Treatment for the Asian Citrus Psyllid

    Between December 6, 2018 and January 11, 2019, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) confirmed the presence of Asian citrus psyllids (ACP), Diaphorina citri Kuwayama, a harmful exotic pest in the city of Soledad in Monterey County. This detection indicates that a breeding population exists in the area. The devastating citrus disease Huanglongbing (HLB) is spread by the feeding action of ACP. The ACP infestation is sufficiently isolated and localized to be amendable to the CDFA's ACP treatment work plan. A Program Environmental Impact Report (PIER) has been certified which analyzes the ACP treatment program in accordance with Public Resources Code, Sections 21000 et seq. The PEIR is available at www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/peir. The treatment activities described are consistent with the PEIR.

    2/4/2019

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Please review the information below. It is divided by topic and department. You may find an answer to your question or information related to your complaint. To go directly to the complaint form, click here.

Information by topic:

Algae, Batteries, Beaches, Bees, Bed Bugs, Big Sur Trash, Body Art,CA Renters Guide, CERS, Consumer Health FAQ, Contact Us, Cross Connections, CUPADrinking Water, Drought Info, Fees, Field Worker Toilet Facilities, File Review/Public Records, Fleas, Flood, Food, Food Facility Application, Food Recall Kit, Food Safety, Food Safety Conference, Fort Ord Burn Program, Green BusinessHorse Facilities, Hazardous Waste, HEP A, Housing, Housing Complaint, Graywater, LAMPLead, Medical Waste, Mold, Pasture Management, Pesticides, Pigeons, Pools, Prop 65, Public Records Request Rats, Recycling, Renter Guide, Report Dead Bird/West Nile, Residential Waste, Restaurant Inspections, Reusable BagsSharps, Site Mitigation, Special Events, Storage Tanks, Tattoo Shops, Trash Pick-up, Used OilWells, West Nile, Wildfires.

Information by department

Please make a selection from the following areas within Environmental Health that best suite the area of your complaint or concern:

Hazardous Materials Management

Responsible for inspecting facilities in the County to verify proper storage, handling and disposal of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes.

Consumer Health Protection

Responsible for retail food protection and cottage food operations regulation, rental housing complaints, beach water quality monitoring, public swimming pools and spas inspection, vector control, agricultural field toilet inspections, tobacco licensing inspections, the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, and other general health protection activities.

Recycling Resource & Recovery Services

Responsible for the protection of public health and safety by reducing the amount of solid waste that goes to local landfills.

Environmental Health Review

Responsible for review of land use projects and building permits to ensure conformance with regulations where the Bureau is the oversight agency. Additionally, this program reviews, inspects, and approves Supply and Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (OWTS) and provides annual inspections of sewage treatment and wastewater reclamation facilities.

Drinking Water Protection Services

Regulates domestic water systems that serve 2-199 connections or systems that serve at least 25 people at least 60 days a year. DWPS provides assistance to non-State regulated public and private potable water distribution systems to comply with local, State and Federal regulations, and to resolve water quality and quantity issues; permits all water well construction, repair and destruction activities in the County; operates a cross-connection control program and a water reuse program; and permits and inspects desalination treatment facilities. DWPS also regulates all well construction in Monterey County.

Solid Waste Management Services

Designated as the Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) in Monterey County and is responsible for permitting, ensuring compliance with regulations, and inspecting facilities that handle solid waste, such as open and closed landfills, transfer stations, and compost facilities.

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