San Diego River Healthy Headwaters: US Forest Service Cleveland National Forest - Invasive Weed Treatment, Impacted Site Management and Restoration, and...
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- Resource Conservation District, Greater San Diego (Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego)
- Document Title
- San Diego River Healthy Headwaters: US Forest Service Cleveland National Forest - Invasive Weed Treatment, Impacted Site Management and Restoration, and...
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Project Applicant
- US Forest Service Cleveland National Forest (USFS)
- Document Description
- The purpose of the project is to enhance and protect the El Capitan Reservoir through targeted removal of invasive species. Maintenance and stormproofing of Cedar Creek roads on US Forest Service lands will be performed, in addition to road drainage improvement with the intent of minimizing erosion and sediment transport/delivery to stream channels.
- Contact Information
Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County
11769 Waterhill Rd
Lakeside, CA 92040
Phone : (619) 562-0096
- San Diego
- Other Location Info
- The El Capitan Reservoir catchment, or Upper San Diego River Watershed, is in the eastern central portion of San Diego County, bounded by the communities of Ramona and Lakeside to the west, Julian and Santa Ysabel to the north, and Descanso and Alpine to the south. Invasive aquatic species removal will occur within the San Diego River stream system above El Capitan Reservoir on US Forest Service lands
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Section 15333 - Small Habitat Restoration Project
- Reasons for Exemption
- This project falls within the definition of CEQA Title 14, Chapter 3, Article 19 Section 15333. The CNF does not have the authority to sign a state document. A NEPA document (Categorical Exclusion (CE)/Decision Memo (OM)) was prepared for this action; no controversy exists, and no public objections were made during the process. Best management practices (BMPs) will be implemented to minimize impacts to water quality.
- Notice of Exemption
- 2020010252_Proj84_11_80049_NoticeOfExemption2Filed_USFS_011720 PDF 3305 K
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