|Project Title:||Phillips 66 Line 300 Pipeline Replacement Project|
|Project Location:||Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties|
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The County reviewed the proposed project application and found it to be complete for further processing on August 1, 2019. The project is subject to environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the Santa Barbara County Guidelines for Implementation of CEQA. The County will be working in conjunction with the County of San Luis Obispo and the City of Santa Maria for further processing.
Phillips 66 proposes to replace and relocate segments of the existing Line 300 pipeline system in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties on the Central Coast of California. Phillips 66 is proposing to replace and relocate the CC-30 and CC-32 pipelines of Line 300 to sustain the safety, reliability, and integrity of the pipeline. Approximately 35 miles of pipeline will be replaced relocated (existing pipeline length is 34.2 miles). Relocation of some segments will result in an increase of approximately 7 miles of pipeline in Santa Barbara County, with no net increase of pipeline miles in San Luis Obispo County. The proposed replacement route will decrease segments within residential areas by approximately 4 miles and increase segments within sparsely populated agricultural areas by approximately 11 miles. Most of the proposed replacement route will traverse agricultural lands and open space areas via existing roads and utility corridors where feasible
February 11, 2019
Phillips 66 submitted an application for the replacement of their existing Line 300 system. County Planning and Development reviewed the application and found it incomplete.
Permit Application Materials
If you have any comments or questions, please contact the project planner, Jacquelynn Ybarra via email.