The California Department of Parks and Recreation (California State Parks) proposes to implement vegetation treatments and maintenance treatments on 2,103.6 acres of land within Butano State Park in San Mateo County. California State Parks has prepared a Project-Specific Analysis and CEQA Addendum to evaluate if the proposed project is within the scope of the California Vegetation Treatment Program EIR (CalVTP PEIR), consider revisions or changes to the PEIR that would expand its coverage to include all project areas, and provide environmental information on the proposed project. Treatment types, including maintenance treatments, would include fuel break, WUI fuel reduction, and ecological restoration treatments. Treatment activities include prescribed burning, manual and mechanical thinning, and herbicide application. The purpose of these treatments is to reduce density and continuity of dead, dying, diseased and overly dense vegetation and promote biodiverse ecosystems dominated by a mosaic of healthy vegetation representing various size and age-classes. The Butano State Park Forest Health Project PSA/Addendum to the PEIR was prepared for the project as a later activity covered by the CalVTP PEIR.