California Public Resources Code

Sec. § 30964


(a)

No later than July 1, 2015, the entities listed in Section 30965 shall submit to the Natural Resources Agency sea level rise planning information and, beginning January 1, 2016, any new or updated sea level rise planning information on a biannual basis, in a format determined by the agency. The Natural Resources Agency shall make a determination as to which sea level rise planning information is necessary for inclusion in the database and may include any of the following:

(1)

Purpose.

(2)

The person or entity charged with developing the sea level rise planning information and other contributors or collaborators.

(3)

Whether the sea level rise planning information is required to be developed by local, state, or federal law.

(4)

Geographic scope of the sea level rise planning information.

(5)

If the sea level rise planning information is an assessment, whether it is a risk or vulnerability assessment.

(6)

Whether the sea level rise planning information has governance, environmental, economic, social equity, or public education objectives, or any combination thereof.

(7)

The types of resources and infrastructure items on which the sea level rise planning information focuses. Types of resources and infrastructure items include, but are not limited to, wetlands, piers, and residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation structures.

(8)

Source of funding for the sea level rise planning information.

(9)

Cost of the sea level rise planning information.

(10)

Any scientific considerations or science-based facts that are involved in the sea level rise planning information.

(11)

Relevant maps.

(12)

Links to other Internet Web site materials that provide further information.

(b)

The California Coastal Commission shall provide the Natural Resources Agency with information regarding which cities, counties, and cities and counties located in the coastal zone, as defined in Section 30103, have implemented a local coastal program, including all of the following information:

(1)

When the local coastal program was created.

(2)

All dates on which the local coastal program was updated, if updated.

(3)

Whether the local coastal program addresses sea level rise.

(4)

Cities, counties, and cities and counties that do not have a local coastal program in place.
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