Get Involved: Workshops/Surveys

SURVEY

Take the SURVEY by Oct. 28, 2020. Review a summary of the draft regulations, comment and provide valuable feedback on the main issues that you said were important to regulate. Tell us if the draft regulations are just right, need refinement or have missed the mark.  

Previous Outreach/Events

On Oct. 7, 2020, the County hosted a virtual public meeting to discuss the draft regulations and next steps in the process. If you missed that meeting, you can view the recording here: https://youtu.be/2AvmbvK2s3c

In late 2019, small group stakeholder meetings were conducted and in January of 2020, two public workshops occurred.

Summary of Phase 1 Stakeholder and Public Outreach

General Topic

Number of Comments

Air Quality/Odor

56

No Oil/Gas Development

52

Water Quality

46

Setbacks - Increase (or concerns about proximity)

37

Public Health

34

Economic Benefits/Jobs/Tax Revenue

31

Complaint Tracking/Enforcement/Monitoring/Fines/Testing

30

Emergency Management/Safety

30

Notification/Public Notice

23

Community Should Decide 

21

Remediation/Sureties

17

State Already Regulates

17

Environment/Environmental Protection

15

Earthquakes

15

Promote Renewables

15

Property Value Loss

12

Wildlife

10

Climate Change

10

Traffic Impacts/Road Maintenance

12

Pro-Oil Bias

10

Water Supply

9

Pipeline Incentives

9

Mineral Property Rights

9

Payments/Fees to Offset Harm

9

Anti-Oil Bias

7

Leaks/Spills

6

Landfill Setback

6

Disclose Chemicals

5

Noise

5

Hours of Operation

5

Setbacks - Already Adequate

4

Keep Developing Oil/Gas

4

Radiation

4

Residential Growth in Areas with Oil

4

Foam

3

Alternative Site Analysis

2

Flaring

2

Carbon Tax/Offset

1

Staffing

1

Light

1

Online Survey

The County conducted an online Survey in February 2020 for public input. 

See survey results below: