Regional Water Quality Control Board, Region 6 (Lahontan)
Angora Creek Headgate Diversion Dam Project
NOD - Notice of Determination
The California Tahoe Conservancy proposes to stabilize a headgate diversion dam and enhance the blockage of the existing abandoned channel of Angora Creek, a tributary to the Upper Truckee River. The structure was built to route flows into the historic channel that was reopened and restored in 1997-1999. The project consists of placing ten cubic yards of earthen material in the area of the headgate diversion dam. The fill area is estimated to be 60 square feet within the abandoned stream channel. The project is the final step in completion of the Angora Creek and Washoe Meadows Wildlife Enhancement Project, which began in June 1995.
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