About Conservation Dockets
Updated daily and include orders issued less than 28 days prior to the report date.
Updated daily and includes all dockets that have not had a final order issued.
Explanation of "Stoplight" IconsIn an attempt to simplify the use of these pages, we have adopted a "stoplight" approach to label items.
Items listed with a "red" light , are less than seven days old on the report date;
Items listed with a "yellow" light , are between seven and 13 days old on the report date;
Items listed with a "green" light , are between 14 and 20 days old on the report date;
Items listed without any signal, are older than 21 days on the report date.
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About Docket Numbers
Using the following docket number as an example: 08-CONS-001-CPEN
08 - The first two digits indicate the fiscal year in which the docket was opened. In this case it was filed in fiscal year 2008. Fiscal years begin July 1 and end June 30.
CONS - The next four digits represent a conservation docket.
001 - The third set of digits represent a sequential numbering of all dockets opened in a given fiscal year. In this example, the docket was the first docket opened in fiscal year 2008.
CPEN - The last four digits indicate the docket type. A table of docket type codes can be found below.
Listing of Docket Type Codes