Environmental Documents


This page provides access to environmental review documents, including current project documents (such as Notices of Intent and Initial Studies) that are available for public review and comment.

To submit written comments during the applicable public review/comment period for a project listed below, please contact the Engineering Division staff member identified in the Notice of Intent and Initial Study. 


The California Environmental Quality Act (or “CEQA”) is a complex state law that requires the identification and discussion of possible effects on the environment that may result from a Project (as defined by CEQA). The City of Redlands contracts with qualified environmental consulting firms to prepare any required environmental documents for proposed projects. 

For general information about CEQA and related topics, you may click on the following links:
CEQA Guidelines – California Governor’s Office of Planning & Research
CEQA Updates - California Governor’s Office of Planning & Research
California Native American Heritage Commission
Tribal Consultation Under Assembly Bill 52 (2013) 

Environmental Documents for Public Review