CRSP-Arroyo Toad Protective Fencing (03/04-CD-19)


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Document Title
CRSP-Arroyo Toad Protective Fencing (03/04-CD-19)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
The project consists of placing 30- 6x4x4 posts, side-by-side about 4-6 feet apart in the scour zone of the Sweetwater River channel where the Cold Stream Trail crosses before it meets up with the East Side Trail (behind the Dyar house). The fence will demark the existing trail as it crosses the river and narrow the crossing point to discourage hikers and horses from wandering up and down the stream banks. The purpose of the project is to reduce impact to a population of the Federally Endangered Arroyo Toad, which uses the Sweetwater River at this crossing to breed in the pools and to hibernate in the sandy banks in the winter months. District Archaeologist has determined that there will be no archaeological impacts.

Contact Information
Tina Townsend
Department of Parks and Recreation
Lead/Public Agency
1416 Ninth Street P.O. Box 942896
Sacramento, CA 94296-0001

Phone : (760) 767-4037


San Diego
Other Location Info
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
sec 15304, class 4
Reasons for Exemption
No potential for significant impacts to the environment is anticipated. A resource ecologist will ensure avoidance of significant impacts to natural resources. Project does not involve removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees. Project will result in the improvement of habitat for fish and wildlife resources. Project does not result in the taking of endangered, rare, or threatened plant or animal species or significant erosion and sedimentation of surface waters.

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