The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has executed Streambed Alteration Agreement number 1600-2020-0099-R6, pursuant to section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to the Project Applicant, City of Banning, as represented by Oscar Orci. The Project is related impacts to stream habitat associated with the development of Tentative Tract Map 33540 with single-family residences and associated infrastructure. The Project proposes the subdivision of a 65-acre parcel into 143 residential lots, 3 open space lots, 2 basin lots for flood control and 3 HOA lots. The flood control parcels are to be conveyed to the Riverside County Flood Control District. The open space lots are proposed for dedication to the City. The project area is located in the Smith Creek watershed and includes a historical manmade drainage, E. Gilman Home Channel, which bisects the western portion of the Project area. The Project proposes a large debris basin at the northwestern corner of the project site in the location of an existing drainage feature that will capture all flows from E. Gilman Home Channel. Overflow from this debris basin would be conveyed southeast via a new concrete channel following the route of the existing E. Gilman Home Channel. Several small drainages emerging from the hillside north of the Project area are proposed to be intercepted using a drainage system that conveys flows into both the re-constructed E. Gilman Home Channel and into an open-space area on the eastern side of the Project site. The Project will result in permanent impacts to 0.67 acres of Fish and Wildlife Resources subject to Fish and Game Code 1600 et. seq., and the Project will compensate for these impacts through the purchase of 0.48 acres of stream habitat reestablishment credits and 1.16 acres of stream habitat rehabilitation credits through a CDFW-approved mitigation bank within the Santa Ana River or San Jacinto River Watersheds.