Los Angeles County Department of Regional Planning

SEA

Significant Ecological Area - Proposed SEAs

MARCH 24, 2015 GENERAL PLAN APPROVED AT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: WITH COUNTYWIDE SEA MAP and POLICY


The Los Angeles County General Plan Update, including the SEA Program Goals and Policies, Countywide SEA and Coastal Resource Areas Map (Figure 9.3) (“SEA Map”) and SEA Descriptions were approved at public hearing of the Board of Supervisors on March 24th, 2015.

SEA and Coastal Resource Areas Map/Figure 9.3:
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FEBRUARY 2015: MINOR CHANGES TO THE COASTAL RESOURCE AREAS TO MATCH THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS LOCAL COASTAL PLAN


After the Santa Monica Mountains Local Coastal Plan was adopted minor changes were made to the proposed SEA Map to reflect the final approved boundaries of the Coastal Zone. The changes are not generally visible in figure 9.3. Here is a sample image of the adjustment, with the adjusted Coastal Zone in red, the Proposed SEA in green and the Coastal Resource Area in diagonal stripes.


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DECEMBER 10: REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDS APPROVAL OF GENERAL PLAN UPDATE: WITH SEA MAP AND POLICY



Outcomes: General Plan Update Approved and recommended to the Board of Supervisors. Changes made to the Countywide SEA Map.

The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission held a public hearing on the proposed update of the Los Angeles County General Plan and the Draft EIR on December 10th 2014. After hearing testimony the Commission unanimously moved to adopt a resolution recommending approval of the General Plan Update Project to the Board of Supervisors.


SEA Map Changes:

This approval included the Countywide SEA Map (Figure 9.3), which includes the changes to the Antelope Valley Area Plan SEA Map that the Board of Supervisors heard on November 12, 2104.

At the December 10th hearing the Regional Planning Commission expressed concern that the SEA Map should require specific review for compatibility with community plans in the following communities: Altadena, Rowland Heights and Hacienda Heights. In order to accomplish this review, the Regional Planning Commission recommended creation of a new SEA category, known as the “Conceptual SEAs”. The Conceptual SEAs are the proposed SEAs prior to the December 10th hearing which have been presented by the Department of Regional Planning within the areas contained in the Community Plans for Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights and Altadena.


For these communities the adopted SEAs will be retained and the designation of Conceptual SEA were added as overlay showing where the proposed SEA Boundary updates would be within these three areas. Conceptual SEAs will replace the current adopted SEAs in these three communities only as each community amends or updates its own community plan.


These changes have been are reflected in Figure 9.3 which was submitted to the Board of Supervisors in the Board Submittal for the March 24th hearing.
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NOVEMBER 12 2014: ANTELOPE VALLEY AREA PLAN APPROVED AT BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: SEA PROGRAM ADJUSTMENTS


The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on the proposed project and its appurtenant Final Environmental Impact Report on Wednesday, November 12, 2014. After hearing testimony from about a dozen people, the Board unanimously indicated its intent to approve the Area Plan Update and certify its Final EIR. The Antelope Valley Area Plan Update was Item No. 64 on the agenda. This intent to approve the Area Plan Update and certify its Final EIR includes updates to the SEA Map, SEA Program Goals and Policies and SEA Descriptions within the Antelope Valley Planning Area. These changes will not be in effect until 30 days after the Antelope Valley Area Plan returns to the Board of Supervisors on consent. Please refer to the Antelope Valley Area Plan Webpage for further updates or see below for links to additional hearing materials.



SEA Program Specific Changes:

At the November 12th hearing the Board of Supervisors moved to make the following changes to the Antelope Valley Area Plan regarding the implementation of the SEA Program:

  • Add a provision that ensures that if a conflict exists between the Antelope Valley Area Plan (AVAP) and any new or existing Significant Ecological Area (SEA) ordinance, the provisions in the AVAP shall control;
  • Prohibit ground mounted utility-scale renewable energy projects in all SEA and EOA designated areas in the AVAP;
  • Exempt from the SEA Ordinance single family residences and their accessory structures and animal keeping areas and facilities located within the boundaries of the AVAP;
  • Exempt from the SEA Ordinance all previously disturbed farmland located within the boundaries of the AVAP;
  • Exempt from the SEA Ordinance minor subdivisions located within the boundaries of the AVAP;
  • Exempt from the SEA Ordinance the rebuilding and replacement of structures destroyed in a catastrophic event;

Map Changes:

At the November 12th hearing the Board of Supervisors moved to make the following changes to the Antelope Valley Area Plan SEA Map:

  • Adjust the Significant Ecological Area (SEA) designation within the East and Central Economic Opportunity Areas (EOA) to the boundaries which generally align with the existing adopted SEAs and do not include any additional SEA expansion in the EOAs;
  • also, remove the SEA designation from the Rural Land - Maximum 1 Dwelling Unit per gross acre (RL1), Rural Commercial (CR) and Light Industrial (IL) in the West EOA;
  • Within the West EOA, the SEA overlay/designation shall apply only to the portion of the parcel or lot that are indicated as SEAs in the Land Use Policy Map (Map 2.1) of the AVAP; if a portion of such a lot has an SEA overlay/designation, only that portion of the lot shall be subject to the SEA regulations, not the entire lot notwithstanding Section 22.56.215 of the County Code;

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SEPTEMBER 27, 2014 ANTELOPE VALLEY AREA PLAN AT REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION


The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission held a public hearing on the proposed update of the Antelope Valley Area Plan and the Draft EIR on Saturday, September 27, 2014 in the Antelope Valley. After hearing testimony from approximately 70 persons, the Commission closed the public hearing, and recommended approval of the project to the Board of Supervisors with additional changes. The changes can be seen above in the map for the November 12th hearing of the Board or downloaded below.


AV SEA Program Changes

At the September 27th hearing the Regional Planning Commission brought forward the following changes to the Antelope Valley Area Plan regarding the SEA Program: “Add broader language in the Plan regarding SEAs and a future SEA ordinance that addresses flexibility in the review of projects based on value of resources and mitigation, and that adjustments to the SEA boundaries may be made in the future based on certain criteria.”
AV SEA Map Changes

At the September 27th hearing the Regional Planning Commission brought forward the following changes to the Antelope Valley Area Plan SEA Map: - “Revise the SEA boundary within the West Economic Opportunity Area to follow the west Branch of the California Aqueduct and the east edge of Quail Lake on the west and the CA-138 and West EOA boundary on the south.” - “Revise SEA boundary within the Central Economic Opportunity Area to establish the Southern Pacific Railroad as the westernmost boundary.”


AUGUST 6, 2014, SEA MAP & BOUNDARIES AT REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION


The content of this meeting focused on how the SEA boundaries are determined and included the Department’s responses to public comments regarding the boundaries.



SEA MAP INFORMATION

SEA & CRA MAP- shows where the proposed SEAs are designated throughout Los Angeles County

NOTE: The proposed SEAs for the County of Los Angeles were adjusted at public hearings for the Antelope Valley Area Plan and under the public hearings for the Draft General Plan As of September 27, 2014, please refer to the General Plan website for any SEA Maps. Maps listed below may have been changed through the hearing process. Updates to the General Plan include all changes made to the Antelope Valley SEAs.

  • Significant Ecological Areas and Coastal Resource Areas Map (also shows current adopted SEAs) as of August 2014
    More information on the individual proposed SEAs is located below.
  • MAPPING APPLICATION & GIS SHAPEFILES

    The Department’s interactive map program, GIS-NET3,is used to map important information about individual properties in the County, such as zoning or land use. SEA Maps are accessible on GIS-NET3. To check if your property is in a proposed or adopted SEA click here for GIS-NET3.

    SEA GIS-NET3 Tutorials

  • How to use GIS-NET3 to look up properties in SEAs
  • SEA GIS Shapefiles

    Our GIS Shapefiles are also available for use with GIS applications, please contact staff to obtain recent shapefiles

    PROPOSED SEAS:

    SEAs are designated through the Los Angeles County General Plan. For more information about SEAs in the General Plan, including detailed descriptions, and the goals and policies click here. Regulations that affect development within the SEAs are covered in the Los Angeles County Zoning Code under the SEA Ordinance. For more information about the SEA Ordinance and the proposed updates to the SEA Ordinance click here.

    There are 21 Proposed SEAs. Proposed SEAs entirely or partially within the County’s jurisdiction are marked with a *. These SEAs will be subject to the SEA Ordinance. All other SEAs are subject to the regulations of the cities they are located within.

    • Altadena Foothills and Arroyos*
    • Antelope Valley*
    • Cruzan Mesa Vernal Pools*
    • East San Gabriel Valley*
    • Griffith Park
    • Harbor Lake Regional Park*
    • Joshua Tree Woodlands*
    • Madrona Marsh Preserve
    • Palos Verdes Peninsula and Coastline*
    • Puente Hills*
    • Rio Hondo College Wildlife Sanctuary*
    • San Andreas*
    • San Dimas Canyon and San Antonio Wash*
    • San Gabriel Canyon*
    • Santa Clara River*
    • Santa Felicia*
    • Santa Monica Mountains*
    • Santa Susana Mountains and Simi Hills*
    • Tujunga Valley and Hansen Dam
    • Valley Oaks Savannah*
    • Verdugo Mountains

    PROPOSED COASTAL RESOURCE AREAS

    The proposed Significant Ecological Areas and Coastal Resource Areas Map designates 9 areas as Coastal Resource Areas (CRAS). The SEA Ordinance will not apply to Coastal Resource Areas. Although Coastal Resources areas have equivalent ecological significance to SEAs, all CRAs are within the California Coastal Zone, and the SEA Ordinance is superseded by the CA Coastal Act . Both Santa Catalina Island and the Coastal Zone of the Santa Monica Mountains have individual CA Coastal Commission Local Coastal Programs which regulate development within them. The starred CRAs are within or partially within the County’s jurisdiction.

    • Alamitos Bay
    • Ballona Wetlands*
    • El Segundo Dunes
    • Malibu Coastline*
    • Palos Verdes Peninsula and Coastline*
    • Point Dume
    • Santa Catalina Island*
    • Santa Monica Mountains*
    • Terminal Island Pier 400

    Note: Portions of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Coastline and the Santa Monica Mountains are inside the Coastal Zone and portions are not. These two areas are listed both in both the SEA and CRA category.
    - For information regarding development within the Santa Monica Mountains Coastal Zone, applicants should refer to the Los Angeles County Malibu Land Use Plan
    - For information regarding development on Santa Catalina Island applicants should refer to the Los Angeles County Santa Catalina Island Local Coastal Plan

    ADOPTED SEAS

    The county adopted 61 SEAs in Los Angeles County in 1980 through the General Plan. Additional changes to the SEA map and regulations were made in 1983, 1986 and 2011.

    1983: Santa Catalina Island
    In 1983 the Board of Supervisors adopted the Santa Catalina Island Specific Plan which incorporated the Santa Catalina Island SEA into the Santa Catalina Island Local Coastal Program. There are 34 areas on the Island that together comprise the Santa Catalina Island Significant Ecological Area.

    1986 Santa Monica Mountains Coastal Zone
    The SEAs in the Coastal Zone of the Santa Monica Mountains were superseded by the 1986 adoption of the Land Use Plan for that area by the California Coastal Commission. In this Land Use Plan, Environmentally Sensitive Habitat Areas (ESHAs) and Sensitive Environmental Resource Areas (SERAs) have been mapped that are different and more extensive than the original SEAs. ESHAs and SERAs are now used to determine special environmental review for this area, and not the SEAs. Environmental review for the unincorporated Coastal Zone in the Santa Monica Mountains is done by the County’s Environmental Review Board (ERB).

    2011 Santa Clarita Valley Area Plan
    The Santa Clarita Valley Area Plan Update: One Valley One Vision (OVOV) was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on November 27, 2012. The following changes were made to the County’s SEA Map under OVOV:

    • The Cruzan Mesa Vernal Pools SEA and the Santa Felicia SEA were created as new SEAs
    • The Valley Oaks Savannah SEA boundaries were changed.
    • The Santa Clara River SEA was expanded and now contains two SEAs which were previously separate; the San Francisquito Canyon SEA and the Kentucky Springs SEA.
    • What was previously named the Santa Susana Mountains SEA expanded to include the Lyon Canyon SEA and Santa Susana Pass SEA and was renamed the Santa Susana and Simi Hills SEA.

    PROPOSED SIGNIFICANT ECOLOGICAL AREAS PROFILES

    ALTADENA FOOTHILLS & ARROYOS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Altadena Foothills & Arroyos SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: none, new SEA
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities: La Canada Flintridge, Pasadena
    Unincorporated Communities: Altadena, Angeles National Forest
    Download Altadena Foothills & Arroyos Criteria Table

    ANTELOPE VALLEY SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Antelope Valley SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Big Rock Wash (48), Little Rock Wash (49), Rosamond Lake (50), Saddleback Butte State Park (51), Piute Butte (54), Desert Montane Transect (55), Edwards Air Force Base (47), Lovejoy Butte(53), Alpine Butte (52)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities: Lancaster, Palmdale
    Unincorporated Communities: Antelope Valley, Angeles National Forest
    Download Proposed Antelope Valley SEA Criteria Table

    CRUZAN MESA VERNAL POOLS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Cruzan Mesa Vernal Pools SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Cruzan Mesa Vernal Pools SEA (Adopted 2012)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities:
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Clarita Valley
    Download Proposed Cruzan Mesa Vernal Pools SEA Criteria Table

    EAST SAN GABRIEL VALLEY SEA

    DOWNLOAD the East San Gabriel Valley SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Buzzard Peak-San Jose Hills (16)
    Supervisorial District (s): 1, 5
    Incorporated Cities: Covina, Pomona, La Verne, San Dimas
    Unincorporated Communities: Walnut Islands
    Download Proposed East San Gabriel Valley SEA Criteria Table

    GRIFFITH PARK SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Griffith Park SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Griffith Park (37)
    Supervisorial District (s): 3
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities:
    Download Proposed Griffith Park SEA Criteria Table

    HARBOR LAKE REGIONAL PARK SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Harbor Lake Regional Park SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Harbor Lake Regional Park (35)
    Supervisorial District (s): 2, 4
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities: West Carson
    Download Proposed Harbor Lake Regional Park SEA Criteria Table

    JOSHUA TREE WOODLANDS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Joshua Tree Woodlands SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Joshua Tree Woodland Habitat (60)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities:
    Unincorporated Communities: Antelope Valley
    Download Proposed Joshua Tree Woodlands SEA Criteria Table

    MADRONA MARSH PRESERVE SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Madrona Marsh Preserve SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Madrona Marsh (36)
    Supervisorial District (s): 4
    Incorporated Cities: Torrance
    Unincorporated Communities:
    Download Proposed Madrona Marsh Preserve SEA Criteria Table

    PALOS VERDES PENINSULA & COASTLINE SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Coastline CRA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Portuguese Bend Landslide(27) Rolling Hills Canyons (31), Agua Amarga Canyon (32), Palos Verdes Penisular Coastline (34), Buffer (34B) (99)
    Supervisorial District (s): 4
    Incorporated Cities: Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills Estates
    Unincorporated Communities: Westfield
    Download Proposed PALOS VERDES PENINSULA & COASTLINE CRA Criteria Table

    Note: Portions of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Coastline are designated as Coastal Resource Areas as detailed below under Coastal Resource Areas

    PUENTE HILLS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Puente Hills SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Tonner Canyon-Chino Hills (15), Powder Canyon-Puente Hills (17), Whittier Narrows Dam County Recreation Area (42), Sycamore & Turnbull Canyons (44)
    Supervisorial District (s): 1 ,4
    Incorporated Cities: Industry, Montebello, Diamond Bar, Pico Rivera, Whittier, La Habra Heights
    Unincorporated Communities: Rowland Heights, Diamond Bar Island, Whitier Narrows, South San Gabriel, North Whittier
    Download Proposed Puente Hills SEA Criteria Table

    RIO HONDO COLLEGE WILDLIFE SANCTUARY SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Rio Hondo College Wildlife Sanctuary SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Rio Hondo College Wildlife Sanctuary (43)
    Supervisorial District (s): 4
    Incorporated Cities:
    Unincorporated Communities: North Whittier
    Download Proposed Rio Hondo College Wildlife Sanctuary SEA Criteria Table

    SAN ANDREAS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the San Andreas SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Ritter Ridge (56), Fairmont & Antelope Buttes (57), Portal Ridge-Liebre Mountain (58), Tehachapi Foothills (59)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities: Lancaster, Palmdale
    Unincorporated Communities: Antelope Valley, Angeles National Forest
    Download Proposed San Andreas SEA Description Criteria Table

    SAN DIMAS CANYON & SAN ANTONIO WASH SEA

    DOWNLOAD the San Dimas Canyon and San Antonio Wash SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: San Dimas Canyon (25), San Antonio Canyon Mouth (26)
    Supervisorial District (s): 1, 5
    Incorporated Cities: Glendora, Claremont, La Verne, San Dimas
    Unincorporated Communities: West Claremont, Angeles National Forest
    Download Proposed San Dimas Canyon and San Antonio Wash SEA Criteria Table

    SAN GABRIEL CANYON SEA

    DOWNLOAD the San Gabriel Canyon SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Santa Fe Dam Floodplain (22), Dudleya Densiflora Population (45), Galium Grande Population (62)
    Supervisorial District (s): 1, 5
    Incorporated Cities: Irwindale, Arcadia, Azusa, Monrovia, Duarte, Bradbury
    Unincorporated Communities: East Azusa, South Monrovia Islands
    Download Proposed San Gabriel Canyon SEA Criteria Table

    SANTA CLARA RIVER SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Santa Clara River SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Santa Clara River SEA (Adopted in 2012)
    Supervisorial District (s): 3, 5
    Incorporated Cities: Santa Clarita, Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Clarita Valley, Angeles National Forest, Antelope Valley, Oat Mountain
    Download Proposed Santa Clara River SEA Criteria Table

    SANTA FELICIA SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Santa Felicia SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Santa Felicia SEA (Adopted in 2012)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities:
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Clarita Valley, Angeles National Forest
    Download Proposed SEA 21 PDF Map

    Download Proposed Santa Felicia SEA Criteria Table

    SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Santa Monica Mountains SEA & CRA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Zuma Canyon (3), Upper La Sierra Canyon (4), Malibu Canyon and Lagoon (5), Las Virgenes (6), Tuna Canyon (10), Temescal-Rustic
    Sullivan Canyons (11), Palo Comado Canyon (12), Encino Reservior (39), Buffer Area 3B (99)
    Supervisorial District (s): 3
    Incorporated Cities: Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, Los Angeles, Malibu
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Monica Mountains North Area
    Download Proposed Santa Monica Mountains SEA Criteria Table
    Note: Portions of the Santa Monica Mountains are designated as Coastal Resource Areas as detailed below under Coastal Resource Areas.

    SANTA SUSANA MOUNTAINS & SIMI HILLS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Santa Susana Mountains and Simi Hills SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Chatsworth Reservoir (13), Simi Hills (14), Santa Susana Mountains (20), Santa Susana Pass (21), Lyon Canyon (63)
    Supervisorial District (s): 3, 5
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Clarita Valley, Oat Mountain, West Chatsworth, Westhills
    Download Proposed Santa Susana Mountains and Simi Hills SEA Criteria Table

    TUJUNGA VALLEY & HANSEN DAM SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Tujunga Valley and Hansen Dam SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Tujunga Valley-Hansen Dam (24)
    Supervisorial District (s): 3, 5
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities:
    Download Proposed SEA 25 PDF Map

    Download Proposed Tujunga Valley and Hansen Dam SEA Criteria Table

    VALLEY OAKS SAVANNAH SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Valley Oaks Savannah SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Valley Oaks Savanah, Newhall (64)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities:
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Clarita Valley
    Download Proposed SEA 26 PDF Map

    Download Proposed Valley Oaks Savannah SEA Criteria Table

    VERDUGO MOUNTAINS SEA

    DOWNLOAD the Verdugo Mountains SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed SEA boundary: Verdugo Mountains (40)
    Supervisorial District (s): 5
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles, Glendale, Burbank
    Unincorporated Communities: Santa Clarita Valley
    Download Proposed Verdugo Mountains SEA Criteria Table

    PROPOSED COASTAL RESOURCE AREAS PROFILES

    ALAMITOS BAY CRA

    DOWNLOAD the Alamitos Bay SEA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed CRA boundary: Alamitos Bay (30)
    Supervisorial District(s): 4
    Incorporated Cities: Long Beach
    Unincorporated Communities:
    Download Alamitos Bay Criteria Table

    BALLONA WETLANDS CRA

    DOWNLOAD the Ballona Wetlands CRA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed CRA boundary: Ballona Creek (29)
    Supervisorial District (s): 2
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities: Ballona Wetlands, Marina Del Rey
    Download Proposed Ballona Wetlands CRA Criteria Table

    EL SEGUNDO DUNES CRA

    DOWNLOAD the El Segundo Dunes CRA Description (2012)

    Map

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    Existing SEAs inside the Proposed CRA boundary: El Segundo Dunes (28)
    Supervisorial District (s): 4
    Incorporated Cities: Los Angeles
    Unincorporated Communities:
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