Draft Supplemental Recirculated Environmental Impact Report (OCTOBER 2020) for Revisions to Title 19 – Kern County Zoning Ordinance (2020-A) Focused on Oil and Gas Local Permitting

Now Available: Draft SREIR (OCTOBER 2020)

SREIR (October 2020) Workshop
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 1:30 pm PST
Recorded Workshop
*Please note*
The workshop begins at the 13:58 minute mark of the video
and is best viewed from within the Google Chrome browser.
Spanish Captions
PowerPoint Presentation

SREIR (August 2020) Workshop
Monday, August 17, 2020 at 1:30 pm PST
Recorded Workshop
Spanish Captions
PowerPoint Presentation

About Planning & Natural Resources

The Planning and Natural Resources Department provides consolidated land use planning and community development programs for the County's residents. We are proud to fulfill a mission that fosters economic vitality, supports resource conservation, and serves the diverse needs of Kern County residents, including those with lower incomes, by improving their economic, environmental, and social quality of life.

Most Popular FAQ's

What are the special development standards?

The Kern County Zoning Ordinance regulates the use of private property. It lists certain allowed uses according to the zoning of the property. Zoning districts ...

What is the process a tract map goes through?

After a tract map application has been formally accepted as complete, the map is sent to governmental agencies and utility companies for review and comment. ...

What happens after the lot line adjustment application is accepted as complete?

Under normal circumstances, the lot line adjustment process does not require any public hearings or notifications. As such, the processing of this kind of request ...

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