DTSC Oversight

The State of California's Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) provides regulatory oversight for the investigation and restoration of contaminated properties within California. A substantial subset of these properties includes “Brownfields,” which are developed urban properties where known or suspected contamination is preventing their full beneficial use, and often contributing to urban blight.

The City, as a bona-fide purchaser of the G2 parcel, executed a California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act (CLRRA) voluntary clean-up agreement with the DTSC in 2018.

EnviroStor is the DTSC's data management system for tracking cleanup, permitting, enforcement and investigation efforts at hazardous waste facilities and sites with known contamination or sites where there may be reasons to investigate further. Here, information can be found related to past uses and studies regarding the G2 parcel as well as other former Taylor Yard parcels.