The area consists of portions that are currently vacant/unimproved along with developed portions consisting of single family residential tract housing. The General Plan designated land use along the alignment is Low Density Residential. The zoning for the area along and around the alignment is, R-1 (Single Family), R-1-PUD (Single Family, Planned Unit Development), and RAAB (Residential Agricultural Accessory Business).
The City of San Jacinto proposes to implement the construction and installation of a portion of the Line G storm water channel (renamed as part of this project to Line G-3), as shown on the San Jacinto Area Master Drainage Plan. The proposed project will also follow the Jeffery Road Channel alignment identified in the Northwest Improvement Project. The design modifications proposed relate to both plans since each proposed alignment of the channel was to connect directly to what is identified as Line E of the San Jacinto Area Master Drainage Plan or combine with other lines and traverse around the San Jacinto Reservoir. However, Line E, south of the Reservoir has been realigned and constructed to discharge directly into the San Jacinto Reservoir. In order to continue to combine storm water flows for both systems the alignment of Line G-3 will be slightly modified to also discharge directly into the San Jacinto Reservoir, similar to existing Line E. A formal amendment to each plan listed above is not required since the proposed facility is similar to existing plans as related to their location and purpose. The features proposed in this project represent a refinement to their location and purpose. The features proposed in this project represent a refinement to existing plans.
Other ActionOther Action: Stormwater channel installation
California Department of Health Care ServicesCalifornia Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Department of Transportation, District 8California Highway PatrolCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCalifornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region 8Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 6Department of Water ResourcesOffice of Historic PreservationResources AgencyCalifornia Native American Heritage Commission
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