Parks and Recreation, Department of
(California Department of Parks and Recreation)
Oceano Dunes District Habitat Conservation PLan EA/EIR or EIS/EIR
NOP - Notice of Preparation
Present Land Use
Various including Agriculture, recreation, and Open Space/Resource Conservation
Note: Review Per Lead
The California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR) proposes to prepare an HCP to support its application for a 25-year incidental take permit (ITP) under the federal Endangered Species Act for park units managed by the Oceano Dunes District. The HCP area covers 5,005 acres of largely undeveloped public lands. The ITP would cover all lawful activities for which CDPR has responsibility within the HCP area that could result in take covered species, including public use, recreation management, natural and cultural resources management, and park/beach management. The HCP addresses the following species: western snowy plover, California least tern, California red-legged frog, tidewater ruby, march sandwort, La Graciosa thistle, Nipomo Mesa Lupine, Gambel's watercress, surf thistle, and beach spectalepod.
Air QualityArchaeologic-HistoricBiological ResourcesCoastal ZoneGeologic/SeismicRecreation/ParksVegetationWater QualityWetland/Riparian
California Coastal CommissionCalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife, Central Region 4California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Department of Transportation, District 5California Highway PatrolCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCalifornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Coast Region 3Caltrans, Division of AeronauticsDepartment of Fish and Wildlife, Marine RegionDepartment of Water ResourcesResources AgencyCalifornia Native American Heritage Commission
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