The Tahoma Community Micro-Surfacing Project includes placement of composite material and shoulder backing to meet the new edge of pavement. Micro-surfacing is being applied as a maintenance treatment to improve the functional characteristics of the pavement surface. The project limits are from the Placer County line to the east, north to Lake Tahoe, east to Quite Avenue and Sugar Pine Point State Park, south to U.S. Forest Service Lands boundary. The total area is approximately 1 square mile, totaling approximately 294,000 square yards of micro-surfacing material.
The work consists of minor alteration, repair and replacement of an existing public facility involving negligible expansion of use beyond that existng at the time determination. The work would result in minor modification to existing facilities to improve and maintain the existing pavement and shoulder.