California Public Resources Code CHAPTER 3 - Establishment and Functions of the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

  • Section 33200.
      (a) The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy is hereby established within the Natural Resources Agency. The conservancy is composed of nine voting members and three ex officio...
  • Section 33200.1.
      Three Members of the Senate, appointed by the Senate Committee on Rules, and three Members of the Assembly, appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly,...
  • Section 33200.5.
      Notwithstanding any other provision of law, placement of the conservancy within the Resources Agency shall not confer upon the Secretary of the Resources Agency any...
  • Section 33201.
      (a) The State Coastal Conservancy, pursuant to Division 21 (commencing with Section 31000), has the prime responsibility for carrying out projects identified in certified local coastal...
  • Section 33202.
      The conservancy may apply for grants from any source to be used for the purposes of this division, and shall apply for all grants authorized...
  • Section 33203.
      The conservancy may acquire, pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 33207.5 and the Property Acquisition Law (Part 11 (commencing with Section 15850) of Division 3...
  • Section 33203.1.
      Notwithstanding Section 33203 or any other provision of this division, the executive director of the conservancy shall give notice of any proposed acquisition of real...
  • Section 33203.5.
      Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, the conservancy may acquire and improve real property, or any interests therein, anywhere within the zone upon a...
  • Section 33204.
      The conservancy may, in accordance with the priorities of the plan, do the following:(a) Award grants or make interest-free loans to cities, counties, resource conservation districts,...
  • Section 33204.2.
      (a) The conservancy may award grants to nonprofit organizations qualified as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (26 U.S.C. Sec....
  • Section 33204.27.
      (a) The conservancy may award grants to school districts and other local agencies for any of the purposes for which it may award grants to nonprofit...
  • Section 33204.3.
      (a) The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:(1) The existing parks and open space owned by federal, state, and local agencies within the Rim of...
  • Section 33204.4.
      (a) The Legislature finds and declares all of the following:(1) The boundary of the Rim of the Valley Trail Corridor should be determined exclusively upon the best...
  • Section 33204.5.
      (a) The conservancy shall conduct a study and implement a program to provide recreational access from downtown Los Angeles and the inner city to the zone...
  • Section 33204.7.
      On January 1, 1984, the Department of Parks and Recreation shall transfer Fryman Canyon, which was acquired pursuant to Section 4 of Chapter 809 of...
  • Section 33204.8.
      (a) (1) Notwithstanding the requirements in Section 33105.5, if the conservancy determines, based on relevant scientific information and land use planning studies and after holding at least...
  • Section 33205.
      The conservancy shall not hold lands acquired in accordance with subdivision (d) of Section 33204 more than 10 years from the time of acquisition. A...
  • Section 33205.5.
      (a) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, concurrent with the transfers described in subdivision (b), the Department of Parks and Recreation shall transfer Stunt Ranch, which...
  • Section 33206.
      The conservancy may lease lands acquired in accordance and for purposes consistent with this division. Revenue from leases of land acquired with funds granted pursuant...
  • Section 33207.
      (a) Areas offered for open-space dedication or trail easement by any person, and lands offered for sale because of tax delinquency, shall not be lost to...
  • Section 33207.1.
      (a) The conservancy shall, upon the request of a city or county, waive subdivision (b) of Section 33207 if it finds any of the following:(1) The property...
  • Section 33207.5.
      (a) The executive director, on behalf of the conservancy, shall, contemporaneously with the Los Angeles Unified School District completing all procedures and transfers in accordance with...
  • Section 33207.6.
      Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon receipt of a resolution of the Board of Education of the Las Virgenes Unified School District, the conservancy...
  • Section 33207.7.
      Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, upon mutual agreement of the conservancy and the governing body of each local government or special district, conservancy...
  • Section 33208.
      The conservancy shall annually, beginning on January 1, 1981, transmit to the Governor and the Legislature a two-part report as follows:(a) The first part of the...
  • Section 33209.
      Every project submitted for funding pursuant to Section 33208 shall have an adopted project plan developed by, or in coordination with, the applicable local government...
  • Section 33210.
      Upon the request of a city, county, or recreation and park district within the zone, upon the request of the National Park Service, or on...
  • Section 33211.
      The conservancy may:(a) Accept any gifts, donations, or bequests from individuals, corporations, or organizations, or accept grants of funds from private or public agencies. A gift...
  • Section 33211.5.
      (a) The following conditions of use apply to property owned or subject to the management of the conservancy:(1) Opening and closing hours shall be posted on any...
  • Section 33211.6.
      (a) Dumping any refuse matter, except by permit signed by the executive director or the executive director’s authorized representative, on property owned or managed by the...
  • Section 33212.
      (a) The executive director of the conservancy shall be exempt from civil service and shall be appointed by, and serve at the pleasure of, the conservancy....
  • Section 33213.
      (a) The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Advisory Committee is hereby created. The advisory committee consists of 26 members, as follows:(1) Fifteen representatives of local governments from jurisdictions...
  • Section 33214.
      The conservancy and any city, county, or recreation and park district, in undertaking any project pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 33204, shall be subject...
  • Section 33215.
      The Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Fund is hereby established. Money deposited in the fund pursuant to Sections 33202, 33203, 33204, 33205, and 33206 shall be...

Last modified: October 5, 2018