Rulemaking initiated in compliance with Executive Order No. 2020-01, Zero-Based Regulation (EO 2020-01), issued by Governor Little on January 16, 2020.
Status of Rulemaking
All IDAPA 58 temporary fee rule chapters, including the revisions negotiated under Docket No. 58-0118-2101, will be published as proposed rules in Omnibus Rulemaking Docket No. 58-0000-2100F in the October 20, 2021 Idaho Administrative Bulletin; comment deadline November 10, 2021.
DEQ initiated this rulemaking in compliance with Executive Order No. 2020-01, Zero-Based Regulation (EO 2020-01), issued by Governor Little on January 16, 2020. Pursuant to EO 2020-01, each rule chapter effective on June 30, 2020, shall be reviewed by the agency that promulgated the rule. The review will be conducted according to a schedule established by the Division of Financial Management, Office of the Governor (DFM), posted at https://adminrules.idaho.gov/forms_menu.html. This is one of the DEQ rule chapters up for review in 2021.
The goal of the rulemaking is to perform a critical and comprehensive review of the entire chapter in an attempt to reduce overall regulatory burden, streamline various provisions, and increase clarity and ease of use.
Negotiated Rulemaking Meeting Schedule
No additional negotiated rulemaking meetings are scheduled.
Method for Participating and Submitting Comments
Those interested in participating in the negotiated rulemaking process are encouraged to attend the scheduled meeting via telephone and video conferencing.
For those who cannot participate by attending the meeting, public comment opportunities will be made available throughout the rulemaking process. To sign up for meeting attendance or email notifications, contact Paula Wilson.
Submit all written comments by mail, fax or email to:
Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
1410 N. Hilton, Boise, ID 83706
Fax: (208) 373-0481
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- No comments received on negotiated rule documents.
- Zero-Based Regulation Prospective Analysis
(for negotiated rulemaking as required by Executive Order 2020-01, ¶4.b.)