Programs and Services

To access both FrontCounter for Unified Program electronic submittals, and the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS), please click on their links found inside the Quick Links section.

To view programs applicable to your facility, please select the city your facility is located in. If you are uncertain, select "Unincorporated Areas".


    Please Note:
    In addition to the programs listed below, your facility may also be subject to hazardous materials programs administered by one of our Participating Agencies, the Santa Clara County Fire Department. As a Participating Agency, they are responsible for implementing the Hazardous Materials Business Plan, Underground Storage Tank, Hazardous Materials Storage, and Toxic Gas programs in your city. Be sure to visit their website for additional information on the programs they implement.


    Please Note:
    In addition to the programs listed below, your facility may also be subject to hazardous materials programs administered by one of our Participating Agencies, the Santa Clara County Fire Department. As a Participating Agency, they are responsible for implementing the Hazardous Materials Business Plan, Underground Storage Tank, Hazardous Materials Storage, and Toxic Gas programs in your city. Be sure to visit their website for additional information on the programs they implement.


    Please Note:
    Santa Clara County's Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) is not the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for your city. The Agency responsible for implementing the six hazardous materials and waste programs that comprise the State's Unified Program is the Gilroy Building, Life and Environmental Safety Division. Visit their website for more information on what your facility must do to maintain compliance with Unified Program requirements.


    Please Note:
    Santa Clara County's Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) is not the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for your city. The Agency responsible for implementing the six hazardous materials and waste programs that comprise the State's Unified Program is the Santa Clara County Fire Department. As a Participating Agency, they are responsible for implementing the Hazardous Materials Business Plan, Underground Storage Tank, Hazardous Materials Storage, and Toxic Gas programs in your city. Be sure to visit their website for additional information on the programs they implement.
     

    Please Note:
    ​​​​*Effective 7/1/2018, Milpitas Fire Department will no longer be a Participating Agency and responsibility for the Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) Program, Underground Storage Tanks (UST) Program, and Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act (APSA) Program will transfer from Milpitas Fire Department to Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health.


    Please Note:
    Santa Clara County's Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) is not the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for your city. The Agency responsible for implementing the six hazardous materials and waste programs that comprise the State's Unified Program is the Mountain View Fire Department. As a Participating Agency, they are responsible for implementing the Hazardous Materials Business Plan, Tiered Permitting, Underground Storage Tank, Hazardous Materials Storage, and Toxic Gas programs in your city. Be sure to visit their website for additional information on the programs they implement.


    Please Note:
    Santa Clara County's Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) is not the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for your city. The Agency responsible for implementing the six hazardous materials and waste programs that comprise the State's Unified Program is the Palo Alto Fire Department. As a Participating Agency, they are responsible for implementing the Hazardous Materials Business Plan, Aboveground Petroleum Storage Act, Hazardous Materials Storage, and Toxic Gas programs in your city. Be sure to visit their website for additional information on the programs they implement.


    Please Note:
    Santa Clara County's Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) is not the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for your city. The Agency responsible for implementing the six hazardous materials and waste programs that comprise the State's Unified Program is the Santa Clara City Fire Department. Visit their website for more information on what your facility must do to maintain compliance with Unified Program requirements.


    Please Note:
    Santa Clara County's Hazardous Materials Compliance Division (HMCD) is not the Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) for your city. The Agency responsible for implementing the six hazardous materials and waste programs that comprise the State's Unified Program is the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety. Visit their website for more information on what your facility must do to maintain compliance with Unified Program requirements.

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