UPDATED HEARING LOCATIONS
AGENDAS and MEETING MATERIALS
As of April 26, 2023, public hearing agendas and related documents are available on Legistar.
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) public notices are also available online.
Certain planning projects are considered and approved or denied by a hearing body.
We also have advisory committees created for specific topics, such as environmental resources, subdivisions, and oil and gas. These include committees with County Departments and/or community members.
The Subdivision Committee reviews all proposed subdivisions in unincorporated LA County. Subdivision Committee consists of LA County Planning and County Public Works, Fire, Parks and Recreation, and Public Health. In order to be consistent with SB 330, Subdivision Committee no longer meets.
The Community Advisory Panel (CAP) was established to foster communication about the ongoing operations at the oil field and to allow the community representatives to provide input to the County and the operator. Panelists on the CAP serve in a representative capacity and all meetings are open to the public.
The Chiquita Canyon Landfill Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) consists of County Planning, Department of Public Health, Department of Public Works, and the Forester. The TAC was established for the purpose of reviewing, coordinating, and certifying the satisfactory implementation and/or completion of the plans, permits, and/or agreements required and/or authorized by the Conditional Use Permit.
The Sunshine Canyon Landfill Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) is a joint City-County ad hoc committee co-chaired by the Directors of Planning from the City and County of Los Angeles. The co-chairs are delegated the responsibility to make all decisions on behalf of the combined TAC.
The Owen Brown Gravesite Committee establishes, preserves, and maintains a memorial site known as the Owen Brown Gravesite as part of Conditional Use Permit No. 2007-00114. The Committee consists of an Altadena Town Council member, Altadena Heritage member, Altadena resident with knowledge of Altadena trails and open space, and Meadows area resident. Members are confirmed by the County Board of Supervisors.