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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75050-75050.4



75050.  The sum of nine hundred twenty eight million dollars
($928,000,000) shall be available for the protection and restoration
of rivers, lakes and streams, their watersheds and associated land,
water, and other natural resources in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) The sum of one hundred eighty million dollars ($180,000,000)
shall be available to the Department of Fish and Game, in
consultation with the department, for Bay-Delta and coastal fishery
restoration projects. Of the funds provided in this section, up to
$20,000,000 shall be available for the development of a natural
community conservation plan for the CALFED Bay-Delta Program and up
to $45,000,000 shall be available for coastal salmon and steelhead
fishery restoration projects that support the development and
implementation of species recovery plans and strategies for salmonid
species listed as threatened or endangered under state or federal
law.
   (b) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
available for projects related to the Colorado River in accordance
with the following schedule:
   (1) Not more than $36,000,000 shall be available to the department
for water conservation projects that implement the Allocation
Agreement as defined in the Quantification Settlement Agreement.
   (2) Not more than $7,000,000 shall be available to the Department
of Fish and Game for projects to implement the Lower Colorado River
Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan.
   (3) $47,000,000 shall be available for deposit into the Salton Sea
Restoration Fund.
   (c) The sum of fifty four million dollars ($54,000,000) shall be
available to the department for development, rehabilitation,
acquisition, and restoration costs related to providing public access
to recreation and fish and wildlife resources in connection with
state water project obligations pursuant to Water Code Section 11912.
   (d) The sum of seventy two million dollars ($72,000,000) shall be
available to the secretary for projects in accordance with the
California River Parkways Act of 2004 Chapter 3.8 (commencing with
Section 5750) of Division 5. Up to $10,000,000 may be transferred to
the Department of Conservation for the Watershed Coordinator Grant
Program.
   (e) The sum of eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000) shall be
available to the department for the Urban Streams Restoration Program
pursuant to Water Code Section 7048.
   (f) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for river parkway projects to the San Joaquin River
Conservancy.
   (g) The sum of seventy two million dollars ($72,000,000) shall be
available for projects within the watersheds of the Los Angeles and
San Gabriel Rivers according to the following schedule:
   (1) $36,000,000 to the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers
and Mountains Conservancy pursuant to Division 22.8 (commencing with
Section 32600).
   (2) $36,000,000 to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy for
implementation of watershed protection activities throughout the
watershed of the Upper Los Angeles River pursuant to Section 79508 of
the Water Code.
   (h) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy.
   (i) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) shall be
available for projects to expand and improve the Santa Ana River
Parkway. Project funding shall be appropriated to the State Coastal
Conservancy for projects developed in consultation with local
government agencies participating in the development of the Santa Ana
River Parkway. Of the amount provided in this paragraph the sum of
thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) shall be equally divided between
projects in Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
   (j) The sum of fifty four million dollars ($54,000,000) shall be
available for the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
   (k) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for the California Tahoe Conservancy.
   (l) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) shall be
available to the California Conservation Corps for resource
conservation and restoration projects and for facilities acquisition,
development, restoration, and rehabilitation and for grants and
state administrative costs, in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (1) The sum of twenty five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be
available for projects to improve public safety and improve and
restore watersheds including regional and community fuel load
reduction projects on public lands, and stream and river restoration
projects. Not less than 50% of these funds shall be in the form of
grants to local conservation corps.
   (2) The sum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) shall be
available for grants to local conservation corps for acquisition and
development of facilities to support local conservation corps
programs, and for local resource conservation activities.
   (m) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) to the state
board for matching grants to local public agencies for the reduction
and prevention of stormwater contamination of rivers, lakes, and
streams. The Legislature may enact legislation to implement this
subdivision.
   (n) The sum of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) shall be
available to the secretary for the purpose of implementing a court
settlement to restore flows and naturally-reproducing and
self-sustaining populations of salmon to the San Joaquin River
between Friant Dam and the Merced River. These funds shall be
available for channel and structural improvements, and related
research pursuant to the court settlement. The secretary is
authorized to enter into a cost-sharing agreement with the United
States Secretary of the Interior and other parties, as necessary, to
implement this provision.


75050.2.  (a) The state board shall develop project selection and
evaluation guidelines for the allocation of funds made available
pursuant to subdivision (m) of Section 75050. Upon appropriation, the
funds shall be available for matching grants to local public
agencies, not to exceed five million dollars ($5,000,000) per
project, for projects to achieve any of the following purposes in
accordance with the requirements of that subdivision:
   (1) Complying with total maximum daily load requirements
established pursuant to Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act (33
U.S.C. Sec. 1313(d)) and this division where pollutant loads have
been allocated to stormwater, including, but not limited to, metals,
pathogens, and trash pollutants.
    (2) Assistance in implementing low-impact development and other
onsite and regional practices, on public and private lands, that seek
to maintain predevelopment hydrology for existing and new
development and redevelopment projects. Projects funded pursuant to
this paragraph shall be designed to infiltrate, filter, store,
evaporate, or retain runoff in close proximity to the source of
water.
   (3) Implementing treatment and source control practices to meet
design and performance standard requirements for new development.
   (4) Treating and recycling stormwater discharge.
   (5) Implementing improvements to combined municipal sewer and
stormwater systems.
   (6) Implementing best management practices, and other measures,
required by municipal stormwater permits issued by a California
regional water quality control board or the state board.
   (7) Assessing project effectiveness, including, but not limited
to, monitoring receiving water quality, determining pollutant load
reductions, and assessing improvements in stormwater discharge water
quality.
   (b) (1) For the purpose of implementing subdivision (a), the state
board shall give preference to a project that does one or more of
the following:
   (A) Supports sustained, long-term water quality improvements.
   (B) Is coordinated or consistent with any applicable integrated
regional water management plan.
   (2) The allocation of funds pursuant to this section shall be
consistent with water quality control plans and Section 75072.
   (c) The state board shall require grant recipients for projects
described in subdivision (a) to assess and report on project
effectiveness, which may include monitoring receiving water quality,
determining pollutant load reductions, and assessing improvements in
stormwater discharge water quality resulting from project
implementation.



75050.4.  The state board and the department shall consult with each
other, as necessary, with regard to the development of project
selection and evaluation guidelines for the following financial
assistance programs that are directed, in whole or in part, for
municipal stormwater management, to avoid duplication and maximize
water quality benefits:
   (a) Section 5096.827.
   (b) Subdivision (a) of Section 75026.
   (c) Subdivision (m) of Section 75050.
   (d) Subdivision (a) of Section 75060.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 75050-75050.4

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75050-75050.4



75050.  The sum of nine hundred twenty eight million dollars
($928,000,000) shall be available for the protection and restoration
of rivers, lakes and streams, their watersheds and associated land,
water, and other natural resources in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) The sum of one hundred eighty million dollars ($180,000,000)
shall be available to the Department of Fish and Game, in
consultation with the department, for Bay-Delta and coastal fishery
restoration projects. Of the funds provided in this section, up to
$20,000,000 shall be available for the development of a natural
community conservation plan for the CALFED Bay-Delta Program and up
to $45,000,000 shall be available for coastal salmon and steelhead
fishery restoration projects that support the development and
implementation of species recovery plans and strategies for salmonid
species listed as threatened or endangered under state or federal
law.
   (b) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
available for projects related to the Colorado River in accordance
with the following schedule:
   (1) Not more than $36,000,000 shall be available to the department
for water conservation projects that implement the Allocation
Agreement as defined in the Quantification Settlement Agreement.
   (2) Not more than $7,000,000 shall be available to the Department
of Fish and Game for projects to implement the Lower Colorado River
Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan.
   (3) $47,000,000 shall be available for deposit into the Salton Sea
Restoration Fund.
   (c) The sum of fifty four million dollars ($54,000,000) shall be
available to the department for development, rehabilitation,
acquisition, and restoration costs related to providing public access
to recreation and fish and wildlife resources in connection with
state water project obligations pursuant to Water Code Section 11912.
   (d) The sum of seventy two million dollars ($72,000,000) shall be
available to the secretary for projects in accordance with the
California River Parkways Act of 2004 Chapter 3.8 (commencing with
Section 5750) of Division 5. Up to $10,000,000 may be transferred to
the Department of Conservation for the Watershed Coordinator Grant
Program.
   (e) The sum of eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000) shall be
available to the department for the Urban Streams Restoration Program
pursuant to Water Code Section 7048.
   (f) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for river parkway projects to the San Joaquin River
Conservancy.
   (g) The sum of seventy two million dollars ($72,000,000) shall be
available for projects within the watersheds of the Los Angeles and
San Gabriel Rivers according to the following schedule:
   (1) $36,000,000 to the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers
and Mountains Conservancy pursuant to Division 22.8 (commencing with
Section 32600).
   (2) $36,000,000 to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy for
implementation of watershed protection activities throughout the
watershed of the Upper Los Angeles River pursuant to Section 79508 of
the Water Code.
   (h) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy.
   (i) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) shall be
available for projects to expand and improve the Santa Ana River
Parkway. Project funding shall be appropriated to the State Coastal
Conservancy for projects developed in consultation with local
government agencies participating in the development of the Santa Ana
River Parkway. Of the amount provided in this paragraph the sum of
thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) shall be equally divided between
projects in Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
   (j) The sum of fifty four million dollars ($54,000,000) shall be
available for the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
   (k) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for the California Tahoe Conservancy.
   (l) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) shall be
available to the California Conservation Corps for resource
conservation and restoration projects and for facilities acquisition,
development, restoration, and rehabilitation and for grants and
state administrative costs, in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (1) The sum of twenty five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be
available for projects to improve public safety and improve and
restore watersheds including regional and community fuel load
reduction projects on public lands, and stream and river restoration
projects. Not less than 50% of these funds shall be in the form of
grants to local conservation corps.
   (2) The sum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) shall be
available for grants to local conservation corps for acquisition and
development of facilities to support local conservation corps
programs, and for local resource conservation activities.
   (m) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) to the state
board for matching grants to local public agencies for the reduction
and prevention of stormwater contamination of rivers, lakes, and
streams. The Legislature may enact legislation to implement this
subdivision.
   (n) The sum of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) shall be
available to the secretary for the purpose of implementing a court
settlement to restore flows and naturally-reproducing and
self-sustaining populations of salmon to the San Joaquin River
between Friant Dam and the Merced River. These funds shall be
available for channel and structural improvements, and related
research pursuant to the court settlement. The secretary is
authorized to enter into a cost-sharing agreement with the United
States Secretary of the Interior and other parties, as necessary, to
implement this provision.


75050.2.  (a) The state board shall develop project selection and
evaluation guidelines for the allocation of funds made available
pursuant to subdivision (m) of Section 75050. Upon appropriation, the
funds shall be available for matching grants to local public
agencies, not to exceed five million dollars ($5,000,000) per
project, for projects to achieve any of the following purposes in
accordance with the requirements of that subdivision:
   (1) Complying with total maximum daily load requirements
established pursuant to Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act (33
U.S.C. Sec. 1313(d)) and this division where pollutant loads have
been allocated to stormwater, including, but not limited to, metals,
pathogens, and trash pollutants.
    (2) Assistance in implementing low-impact development and other
onsite and regional practices, on public and private lands, that seek
to maintain predevelopment hydrology for existing and new
development and redevelopment projects. Projects funded pursuant to
this paragraph shall be designed to infiltrate, filter, store,
evaporate, or retain runoff in close proximity to the source of
water.
   (3) Implementing treatment and source control practices to meet
design and performance standard requirements for new development.
   (4) Treating and recycling stormwater discharge.
   (5) Implementing improvements to combined municipal sewer and
stormwater systems.
   (6) Implementing best management practices, and other measures,
required by municipal stormwater permits issued by a California
regional water quality control board or the state board.
   (7) Assessing project effectiveness, including, but not limited
to, monitoring receiving water quality, determining pollutant load
reductions, and assessing improvements in stormwater discharge water
quality.
   (b) (1) For the purpose of implementing subdivision (a), the state
board shall give preference to a project that does one or more of
the following:
   (A) Supports sustained, long-term water quality improvements.
   (B) Is coordinated or consistent with any applicable integrated
regional water management plan.
   (2) The allocation of funds pursuant to this section shall be
consistent with water quality control plans and Section 75072.
   (c) The state board shall require grant recipients for projects
described in subdivision (a) to assess and report on project
effectiveness, which may include monitoring receiving water quality,
determining pollutant load reductions, and assessing improvements in
stormwater discharge water quality resulting from project
implementation.



75050.4.  The state board and the department shall consult with each
other, as necessary, with regard to the development of project
selection and evaluation guidelines for the following financial
assistance programs that are directed, in whole or in part, for
municipal stormwater management, to avoid duplication and maximize
water quality benefits:
   (a) Section 5096.827.
   (b) Subdivision (a) of Section 75026.
   (c) Subdivision (m) of Section 75050.
   (d) Subdivision (a) of Section 75060.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 75050-75050.4

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 75050-75050.4



75050.  The sum of nine hundred twenty eight million dollars
($928,000,000) shall be available for the protection and restoration
of rivers, lakes and streams, their watersheds and associated land,
water, and other natural resources in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (a) The sum of one hundred eighty million dollars ($180,000,000)
shall be available to the Department of Fish and Game, in
consultation with the department, for Bay-Delta and coastal fishery
restoration projects. Of the funds provided in this section, up to
$20,000,000 shall be available for the development of a natural
community conservation plan for the CALFED Bay-Delta Program and up
to $45,000,000 shall be available for coastal salmon and steelhead
fishery restoration projects that support the development and
implementation of species recovery plans and strategies for salmonid
species listed as threatened or endangered under state or federal
law.
   (b) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) shall be
available for projects related to the Colorado River in accordance
with the following schedule:
   (1) Not more than $36,000,000 shall be available to the department
for water conservation projects that implement the Allocation
Agreement as defined in the Quantification Settlement Agreement.
   (2) Not more than $7,000,000 shall be available to the Department
of Fish and Game for projects to implement the Lower Colorado River
Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan.
   (3) $47,000,000 shall be available for deposit into the Salton Sea
Restoration Fund.
   (c) The sum of fifty four million dollars ($54,000,000) shall be
available to the department for development, rehabilitation,
acquisition, and restoration costs related to providing public access
to recreation and fish and wildlife resources in connection with
state water project obligations pursuant to Water Code Section 11912.
   (d) The sum of seventy two million dollars ($72,000,000) shall be
available to the secretary for projects in accordance with the
California River Parkways Act of 2004 Chapter 3.8 (commencing with
Section 5750) of Division 5. Up to $10,000,000 may be transferred to
the Department of Conservation for the Watershed Coordinator Grant
Program.
   (e) The sum of eighteen million dollars ($18,000,000) shall be
available to the department for the Urban Streams Restoration Program
pursuant to Water Code Section 7048.
   (f) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for river parkway projects to the San Joaquin River
Conservancy.
   (g) The sum of seventy two million dollars ($72,000,000) shall be
available for projects within the watersheds of the Los Angeles and
San Gabriel Rivers according to the following schedule:
   (1) $36,000,000 to the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers
and Mountains Conservancy pursuant to Division 22.8 (commencing with
Section 32600).
   (2) $36,000,000 to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy for
implementation of watershed protection activities throughout the
watershed of the Upper Los Angeles River pursuant to Section 79508 of
the Water Code.
   (h) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy.
   (i) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) shall be
available for projects to expand and improve the Santa Ana River
Parkway. Project funding shall be appropriated to the State Coastal
Conservancy for projects developed in consultation with local
government agencies participating in the development of the Santa Ana
River Parkway. Of the amount provided in this paragraph the sum of
thirty million dollars ($30,000,000) shall be equally divided between
projects in Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
   (j) The sum of fifty four million dollars ($54,000,000) shall be
available for the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
   (k) The sum of thirty six million dollars ($36,000,000) shall be
available for the California Tahoe Conservancy.
   (l) The sum of forty five million dollars ($45,000,000) shall be
available to the California Conservation Corps for resource
conservation and restoration projects and for facilities acquisition,
development, restoration, and rehabilitation and for grants and
state administrative costs, in accordance with the following
schedule:
   (1) The sum of twenty five million dollars ($25,000,000) shall be
available for projects to improve public safety and improve and
restore watersheds including regional and community fuel load
reduction projects on public lands, and stream and river restoration
projects. Not less than 50% of these funds shall be in the form of
grants to local conservation corps.
   (2) The sum of twenty million dollars ($20,000,000) shall be
available for grants to local conservation corps for acquisition and
development of facilities to support local conservation corps
programs, and for local resource conservation activities.
   (m) The sum of ninety million dollars ($90,000,000) to the state
board for matching grants to local public agencies for the reduction
and prevention of stormwater contamination of rivers, lakes, and
streams. The Legislature may enact legislation to implement this
subdivision.
   (n) The sum of one hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) shall be
available to the secretary for the purpose of implementing a court
settlement to restore flows and naturally-reproducing and
self-sustaining populations of salmon to the San Joaquin River
between Friant Dam and the Merced River. These funds shall be
available for channel and structural improvements, and related
research pursuant to the court settlement. The secretary is
authorized to enter into a cost-sharing agreement with the United
States Secretary of the Interior and other parties, as necessary, to
implement this provision.


75050.2.  (a) The state board shall develop project selection and
evaluation guidelines for the allocation of funds made available
pursuant to subdivision (m) of Section 75050. Upon appropriation, the
funds shall be available for matching grants to local public
agencies, not to exceed five million dollars ($5,000,000) per
project, for projects to achieve any of the following purposes in
accordance with the requirements of that subdivision:
   (1) Complying with total maximum daily load requirements
established pursuant to Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act (33
U.S.C. Sec. 1313(d)) and this division where pollutant loads have
been allocated to stormwater, including, but not limited to, metals,
pathogens, and trash pollutants.
    (2) Assistance in implementing low-impact development and other
onsite and regional practices, on public and private lands, that seek
to maintain predevelopment hydrology for existing and new
development and redevelopment projects. Projects funded pursuant to
this paragraph shall be designed to infiltrate, filter, store,
evaporate, or retain runoff in close proximity to the source of
water.
   (3) Implementing treatment and source control practices to meet
design and performance standard requirements for new development.
   (4) Treating and recycling stormwater discharge.
   (5) Implementing improvements to combined municipal sewer and
stormwater systems.
   (6) Implementing best management practices, and other measures,
required by municipal stormwater permits issued by a California
regional water quality control board or the state board.
   (7) Assessing project effectiveness, including, but not limited
to, monitoring receiving water quality, determining pollutant load
reductions, and assessing improvements in stormwater discharge water
quality.
   (b) (1) For the purpose of implementing subdivision (a), the state
board shall give preference to a project that does one or more of
the following:
   (A) Supports sustained, long-term water quality improvements.
   (B) Is coordinated or consistent with any applicable integrated
regional water management plan.
   (2) The allocation of funds pursuant to this section shall be
consistent with water quality control plans and Section 75072.
   (c) The state board shall require grant recipients for projects
described in subdivision (a) to assess and report on project
effectiveness, which may include monitoring receiving water quality,
determining pollutant load reductions, and assessing improvements in
stormwater discharge water quality resulting from project
implementation.



75050.4.  The state board and the department shall consult with each
other, as necessary, with regard to the development of project
selection and evaluation guidelines for the following financial
assistance programs that are directed, in whole or in part, for
municipal stormwater management, to avoid duplication and maximize
water quality benefits:
   (a) Section 5096.827.
   (b) Subdivision (a) of Section 75026.
   (c) Subdivision (m) of Section 75050.
   (d) Subdivision (a) of Section 75060.


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