The Santa Cruz County 1994 General Plan designates the project site as Parks, Recreation and Open Space (O-R), Residential – Rural (RR), Residential Mountain (R-M).
The San Lorenzo Valley Water District proposes to install approximately 7,500 linear feet (LF) of a 12-inch water supply transmission main pipeline that runs parallel to an existing 6-inch pipeline in the community of Lompico in Santa Cruz County, California. The project would be located within the Quail Hollow Road right-of-way, specifically between Cumora Lane and West Zayante Road. The project would improve water conveyance from the existing water lines to customers within the system. The proposed project includes only the installation of a new water supply pipeline and would not require regular operation activities or maintenance.
Quail Hollow Road, Cumora Lane and West Zayante Road
074-171-07, 074-171-10, 074-171-12, 074-171-13, 074-171-15, 074-181-01, and 077-311-17.
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Water Facilities (Replacement Transmission Pipeline)(Type Supply Pipeline, MGD N/A)
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