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Urgency Ordinance 5302

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Published on June 05, 2018. Last modified on May 22, 2019

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Ordinance 5302 - Extended to MAY 21, 2020

This ordinance, which was extended by the Board of Supervisors on June 26th to May 21, 2020, is an urgency measure to prohibit, on a temporary basis and pending the development of new regulations, approval of new wells in a defined "Area of Impact" and in the Deep Aquifers of the Salinas Valley Groundwater Basin in the unincorporated area of Monterey County, due to the immediate threat to the public health, safety and welfare posed by the new wells in these areas. The Area of Impact is that area where the Pressure 180-Foot and Pressure 400-Foot Aquifers have already been impacted by seawater intrusion or where seawater intrusion is actively advancing in the Salinas Valley Groundwater Basin, according to Monterey County Water Resources Agency data. For more information or to see maps of affected areas, please click on the links below:

  1. Download full ordinance
  2. Exhibit A
  3. Exhibit B