Paloma Well and Keller Booster Station Backup Power Project

Summary

SCH Number
2024070451
Public Agency
South Tahoe Public Utility District
Document Title
Paloma Well and Keller Booster Station Backup Power Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
7/11/2024
Document Description
Paloma Well and Keller Booster Station are two critical stations for water supply and distribution within the South Tahoe Public Utility District's service area. This project will install stationary diesel generators at both sites to supply power to the stations during planned and unplanned outages. This will involve the installation of concrete generator pads, underground electrical conduit and wiring, and best management practices for infiltration of runoff.

Contact Information

Name
Mark Seelos
Agency Name
South Tahoe Public Utility District
Job Title
Water Resources Manager
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency / Project Applicant / Parties Undertaking Project

Location

Cities
South Lake Tahoe
Counties
El Dorado
Regions
Citywide
Zip
96150
Other Location Info
Paloma Well (800 Block of Paloma Ave.) and Keller Booster Station (1100 Block of Keller Road)

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 11 (Section 14311 - Accessory Structures)
Reasons for Exemption
This project involves the installation of small accessory structures (generator pads) that are appurtenant to existing water supply and distribution facilities. They will result in small increases in developed square footage of 191.25 square feet at Paloma Well and 55 square feet at Keller Booster Station.
County Clerk
El Dorado

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