Greenhorn Sediment Removal at Rollins Reservoir Project
NOP - Notice of Preparation
The Nevada District, acting as Lead Agency under CEQA, will prepare an EIR for the Greenhorn Sediment Removal at Rollins Reservoir Project (Project). The objectives of the Project are as follows:
1. Restore and maintain the historic water storage capacity in the Greenhorn Arm of Rollins Reservoir and prevent further migration of suspended sediment from this arm into the main reservoir.
2. Maintain the water storage capacity in the Greenhorn Arm of Rollins Reservoir in perpetuity by conducting annual sediment maintenance activities to remove accumulated sediments which could enter the main reservoir during storm water flows.
3. Restore recreational opportunities in the Greenhorn Arm of Rollins Reservoir through the removal of accumulated sediment thereby increasing water depth and improving aquatic habitat and boating access.
4. Economically dispose of the sediment removed from the Greenhorn Arm of Rollins Reservoir.
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