SLOCOG proposes to install 15 interpretive signs along the SLO North Coast Scenic Byway Corridor. The signs will welcome, orient, entertain, and inform visitors about local amenities, attractions, and travel options, as well as encourage respectful behavior toward local assets, including wildlife, habitat, and historic treasures.
Various developed locations in vicinity of SR 1, from Morro Bay to just north of Piedras Blancas
Notice of Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 4, Sec 21084
Reasons for Exemption
The signs will be installed in already-developed or cleared areas. They are recommended by the North Coast Scenic Byway Corridor Plan (2014). Caltrans approved a NEPA Categorical Exclusion for the project on Feb. 25, 2016. According to the NEPA CE, the project is exempt from further review or consultation under Section 106 (Cultural Resources). No biological avoidance or minimization measures were required.