The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has executed Streambed Alteration Agreement EPIMS-RIV-33329-R6, pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 1602, the project Applicant, Highland Fairview, as represented by Patrick Revere. The agreement will consist of grading and filling impacts to 10 unnamed
drainages, tributary to the San Jacinto River and associated with the construction of 2,610 acres of logistics warehousing and associated infrastructure. The Covered Activities also entail construction of proposed 46-foot wide open, concrete-lined trapezoidal channel that will route mitigated stormwater runoff peak flows exiting the project in the southwest portion of the site south, parallel to Merwin Street, then west parallel to Brodiaea Avenue, with ultimate discharge to the existing Moreno Master Plan facility at Redlands Boulevard. Other Covered Activities will entail construction of a system of channels, detention basins, and underground drainage lines that will convey stormwater runoff and manage the increased flow due to development areas. Along the San Jacinto Wildlife Area boundary, located along the southerly boundary of the development footprint, concentrated flows will be dispersed and disseminated in spreading basins to mimic existing sheet flow patterns. The Project will temporarily impact 0.45 acres and permanently impact 10.06 acres of fish and wildlife resources
pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 1600 et seq. To compensate for permanent impacts to 10.06 acres of fish and wildlife resources subject to Fish and Game Code section 1600 et seq., the Project Applicant shall purchase no less than 6.03 re-establishment credits and 4.03 rehabilitation credits through Riverpark Mitigation Bank and 30.18 preservation only credits at the Barry Jones/Skunk Hollow Mitigation Bank, or through acquisition, and perpetual conservation and management of a “Mitigation Site”, or several mitigation sites, containing no less than 20.12 acres of streambed and stream-associated habitat within Western Riverside County.