The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has executed Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement (EPIMS-RIV-27249-R6), pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 1602, the project Applicant, Kevin Cunningham of Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. The Project is limited to the construction and maintenance of Bundy Canyon Basin (Flood Control Basin) and the
extension of Lateral A (Main Inlet Channel). Ephemeral Drainage-01 (ED-01), which includes both constructed/concrete-lined and unvegetated-earthen channel elements, would inlet at the proposed Bundy Canyon Basin. Both the concrete lined, and earthen-bottom stream channels convey dry and wet weather flows downstream
to Bundy Canyon Wash. The concrete-lined open channel section of the drainage ED-01 along Monte Vista Drive will be converted to a 14-ft wide by 8-ft reinforced concrete box (RCB). The RCB will outlet to the same area as the existing concrete channel which will be replaced in-kind. Additionally, the Project will impact a portion of the existing un-grouted riprap and earthen bottom portion of the Wildomar Master Drainage Plan Lateral A. The Project modifications to the existing Lateral A will include the installation of a USBR Type III Stilling Basin and an open channel transition structure which will result in 0.04 acres of stream impacts. The Project would also fill and divert water from 0.41-acres of an earthen-bottom drainage with mulefat thickets along the southern portion of the proposed Bundy Canyon Basin and permanently divert flow and sediment from a 0.13-acre section of the stream supporting Riversidean Alluvial Fan Sage Scrub habitat along the southwestern portion of the basin.