Remediating the Land,
Protecting the Community
Pollinator Habitat California Mountain Lilac View
Ceanothus Concha, or California Mountain Lilac, is one of the plants selected for the final landscape at Ascon. Mountain Lilac is drought-tolerant, evergreen, fragrant, and provides habitat for Pale Swallowtail, California Tortoiseshell, and Echo Blue butterflies. Source: Department of Developmental and Cell Biology, University of California, Irvine
Pollinator Habitat California Mountain Lilac
Ceanothus Concha, or California Mountain Lilac, is one of the plants selected for the final landscape at Ascon. Mountain Lilac is drought-tolerant, evergreen, fragrant, and provides habitat for Pale Swallowtail, California Tortoiseshell, and Echo Blue butterflies. Source: Department of Developmental and Cell Biology, University of California, Irvine

Public Announcements

A 24-hour NON-EMERGENCY public hotline has been established to ensure questions or concerns can be answered promptly. This is not an emergency number. Emergency calls should be directed to 911. The Ascon Landfill Site hotline number is 714.388.1825.

Field action updates are on the Project Updates page.
https://asconhb.com/project-updates/

  • Community Information: 16-foot Barrier Fence Installation Starting

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    Community Information - 16ft Barrier Fence Installation

  • Community Update from the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, the lead agency with oversight on the final cleanup at the Ascon Landfill Site.

    Ascon Factsheet #22