Open Space; Conventional Suburban Neighborhood; Golf Course & Resort Neighborhood; Zoning Open Space
The Haystack Channel has been in place for several decades and was constructed to intercept north-flowing tributary flows crossing Haystack Road and to convey them to the Portola Avenue culvert and into a series of golf course drainage system farther east. The Project proposes approximately one mile of improvements to rehabilitate the portion of the channel extending from Alamo Drive eastward to the Portola Avenue culvert. These improvements are intended to capture and convey nuisance water to drains located between Alamo Drive and Heliotrope Drive, to optimize the hydraulic capacity of the culverts crossing under Alamo Drive, Heliotrope Drive, and Portola Avenue, as well to remediate diminished channel capacity and protect storm drain outlets east of Heliotrope Drive.
California Air Resources Board (ARB), California Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy (CVMC), California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Inland Deserts Region 6 (CDFW), California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Transportation, District 8 (DOT), California Department of Water Resources (DWR), California Highway Patrol (CHP), California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Natural Resources Agency, California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Colorado River Basin Region 7 (RWQCB), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana Region 8 (RWQCB), State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Rights, State Water Resources Control Board, Divison of Financial Assistance, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, South Coast Region 5 (CDFW)
Other (Public works: rehabilitation of existing channel)
Site Plan, Channel Improvement Project
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