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An emergency regulation is a regulation that is necessary for the immediate preservation of public peace, health and safety, and may become effective before any public notice and hearing. Emergency regulations remain in effect for a 180-day period.

You may obtain additional information from the Office of Administrative Law (OAL).

DPR 2101e – Registration Fees

On August 20, 2021, DPR issued a second revised version of the Notice of Proposed Emergency Action that was issued on August 3, 2021. DPR proposes to amend sections 6170, 6170.5 and 6216 of Title 3, California Code of Regulations relating to registration fees. DPR also proposes to amend the Application for Pesticide Registration DPR-REG-030 (Rev. 10/15). This application form, incorporated by reference in section 6170, will be revised to reflect the new renewal fee as well as nonsubstantive clarifying and editorial changes. DPR submitted the emergency action to the Office of Administrative Law on September 15, 2021, at which time a five-day public comment period that closes on September 20, 2021 began.


For content questions, contact:
Lauren Otani
1001 I Street, P.O. Box 4015
Sacramento, California 95812-4015
Phone: (916) 445-5781
E-mail: Lauren.Otani@cdpr.ca.gov