Rio de Los Angeles SP Habitat Restoration and Enhancement


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Document Title
Rio de Los Angeles SP Habitat Restoration and Enhancement
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The project proposes to plant native trees and plants for the purpose of restoring and enhancing 3 acres of habitat within the Rio de Los Angeles State Park’s Natural Parkland area. The proposed work would involve clearing invasive plants and planting native trees and vegetation. The project would serve to restore and enhance vital habitat that the least Bell’s vireo and other species (i.e., yellow warbler, yellow breasted chat, and blue grosbeak) use for nesting/breeding grounds.

Contact Information

Cesar Moreno
Agency Name
California State Parks, Angeles District
Job Title
Associate Park and Recreation Specialist
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Southern California
Cross Streets
North San Fernando Road and Future Street
Total Acres
State Highways
I-5 and State Routes 2 and 110
Southern Pacific Railroad
Sotomayor Arts Sciences, Glassell Park and Dorris Place ES
Los Angeles River and Arroyo Seco

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 4; California Code of Regulation, title 14, section 15304
Reasons for Exemption
No potential for significant impacts to the environment is anticipated in compliance with CEQA §15300.2. If the project is implemented as indicated within the CDPR Project Evaluation Form, including conditions provided by CDPR staff, it is exempt under the Departmental List of Exempt Activities established under the authority of CEQA §15300.4 as: Class: 4 Section(s): 15304 – Minor Alterations in Land (Resource management projects)


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