Carnelian Canyon Fuel Hazard Reduction Project

Summary

SCH Number
2021030495
Public Agency
California Tahoe Conservancy
Document Title
Carnelian Canyon Fuel Hazard Reduction Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
3/22/2021

Document Description
The Project will reduce hazardous fuels and conifer density by hand thinning and pile burning activities. The Project will promote increased health and vigor of the residual tree stand and reduce wildfire threat to the adjacent community.

Contact Information
Jason Pollard
California Tahoe Conservancy
Lead/Public Agency
1061 3rd Street
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Phone : (530) 307-9845
Jason.Pollard@tahoe.ca.gov

Location

Counties
Placer
Regions
Unincorporated
Other Location Info
The Project is located on 286 acres of land. This includes 208 acres of Conservancy land and 78 acres of adjacent private and local government land. The Project is located within the wildland urban interface, near the community of Carnelian Bay in Placer County.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 4, § 15304 (See also Cal. Code Regs., tit. 14, § 12102.4.)
Reasons for Exemption
The Project involves managing fuels and reducing conifer densities with the purpose of forest health and wildfire hazard reduction. The Project consists of minor alterations to the condition of the land and will not result in a significant change in land use or intensity of use.
County Clerk
Placer

Attachments

Notice of Exemption
2c_SNPLMA 16 Forestry Projects_Att5_Carnelian Canyon_NOE_signed   PDF 221 K 2c_SNPLMA 16 Forestry Projects_Att5_ExA_Carnelian Canyon_NOE Map   PDF 1157 K

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