The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has executed Streambed Alteration Agreement number EPIMS-RIV-32897-R6, pursuant to section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to the Project Applicant, FPG Tricon Woods Property LLC (Permittee), as represented by Bryan Bergeron. The Project is limited to the construction of two stormdrain outlets (Line N and Line O) to Salt Creek that will
connect future stormdrain systems within Tentative Tracts 32816, 32817, and 32818. The stormdrain outlets will consist of a 48-inch reinforced concrete pipe covered by a concrete apron, a Caltrans type "A" headwall, and a 3- foot thick, 1/4-ton rip-rap dissipation structure. The Streambed Alteration Agreement is being issued regarding the Project’s impacts to fish and wildlife resources subject to Fish and Game Code section 1600 et seq. and associated compensatory mitigation requirements. The
Project will permanently impact a total of 0.08 acres and temporarily impact 0.07 acres of fish and wildlife resources pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 1600 et seq. To compensate for permanent impacts to 0.08 acres and temporarily impact 0.07 acres of fish and wildlife resources subject to Fish and Game Code section
1600 et seq., the Project Applicant shall purchase no less than 0.24-acres of Re-establishment credits at Riverpark Mitigation Bank or another CDFW-approved mitigation bank within Western Riverside County, or contribute funds to the Riverside-Corona RCD In Lieu Fee Program for 0.24 acres of re-establishment.