Folsom Lake Temperature Control Device

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SCH Number
Lead Agency
El Dorado Irrigation District
Document Title
Folsom Lake Temperature Control Device
Document Type
FIN - Final Document
Present Land Use
The project is within the Folsom State Recreational Area on US Bureau of Reclamation Land managed by State Department of Parks and Recreation.

Document Description
El Dorado Irrigation District, in collaboration with the US Bureau of Reclamation, proposes to construct facilities on the bank of Folsom Lake to withdraw water from the warm upper reaches of the lake while preserving the cold water pool at the bottom of the lake to protect downstream aquatic species. The facilities will include a large diameter concrete lined vertical shaft and five lined horizontal adits extending from the shaft. This structure, known as a Temperature Control Device (TCD) will replace the District's five existing raw pump casings that currently extract water from Folsom Lake at a rate of 19.5 MGD. The new facility will be sized to accommodate a maximum extraction rate of 74 MGD over an 18-hr period, which is equivalent to 52 MGD.

Contact Information
Wayne Hubbard
El Dorado Irrigation District
Lead/Public Agency
2890 Mosquito Road
Placerville, CA 95667

Phone : (530) 642-4084


El Dorado
Cross Streets
At the end of Planeta Way adjacent to Folsom Lake
Total Acres
Folsom Lake
Other Location Info
El Dorado Hills

Notice of Completion

Development Type
Water Facilities (MGD 52)
Local Action
Project Issues
Aesthetics Air Quality Cultural Resources Cumulative Effects Flood Plain/Flooding Geology/Soils Growth Inducement Hazards & Hazardous Materials Hydrology/Water Quality Land Use/Planning Noise Public Services Transportation Vegetation Wetland/Riparian Wildfire Wildlife

Disclaimer: The document was originally posted before CEQAnet had the capability to host attachments for the public. To obtain the original attachments for this document, please contact the lead agency at the contact information listed above. You may also contact the OPR via email at or via phone at (916) 445-0613.

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