Projects & Plans

Major Projects

In the following section, you will find documents and plans for projects that are currently under review by TRPA and other agencies or that are under development. We value your input and this page is intended to give you the information you need to get involved in decisions that may have an affect on Lake Tahoe’s environment and communities.

Lake Tahoe Community College Master Plan and University Center

Final EIR/EIS Available for SR 89/Fanny Bridge Community Revitalization Project

Final EIR/EIS Available for SR 89/Fanny Bridge Community Revitalization Project.

The Final document is very large and has been broken into sections for quicker downloading:
Table of Contents
Chapters 1 and 2
Chapter 3 – Pages 3-1 to 3-413
Chapter 3 – Pages 3-414 to 3-692
Chapters 4 and 5

Nevada Stateline to Stateline Bikeway North Demonstration Project

NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

The Notice of Availability, Comment, and Public Hearings for the Joint TRPA and NEPA Environmental Assessment for the Stateline-to-Stateline Bikeway, North Demonstration Project in Incline Village, NV has been released.  The comment period starts March 5, 2014 and concludes on April 11, 2014.

View the Notice

View the Draft Environmental Assessment

The Federal Highway Administration and TRPA have directed the preparation of a joint Environmental Assessment (EA) pursuant to National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations, TRPA’s Compact, and Chapter 3 of the TRPA Code of Ordinances for the Nevada Stateline-to-Stateline Bikeway, North Demonstration Project (Project). The proposed Project is an approximately three mile section of the longer Nevada Stateline-to-Stateline Bikeway Project, which is a proposal to build a premier, shared-used path on the east side of Lake Tahoe between the Nevada state line in Crystal Bay on the north and the casino corridor in Stateline, Nevada on the south. The Project is proposed to be a shared use path connecting Incline Village and Sand Harbor in Washoe County, Nevada on the east shore of Lake Tahoe.

The North Demonstration Project is a high priority section of the larger Nevada Stateline-to-Stateline Bikeway, which encompasses an approximately 30-mile corridor between the Nevada state line in Crystal Bay and the casino core in Stateline, Nevada. This notice addresses only the North Demonstration Project. The first section of the overall project, the South Demonstration Project, between the Stateline casino core and Round Hill Pines Beach, has been approved and construction of this segment is scheduled for the summer of 2012. The alignment between the South and North Demonstration Projects and the alignment between Incline Village and Crystal Bay are undergoing additional alignment planning; future implementation phases will be subject to their own environmental review and are not being evaluated as part of this effort, except in the cumulative context.

More detailed information and maps of the proposed project can be accessed on the project website at www.tahoetransportation.org.

Heavenly Epic Discovery Park


View Notice HERE
To view complete EIS/EIS/EIR click HERE

Lake Tahoe Passenger Ferry Project


Notice of Intent (NOI) to Prepare a NEPA Draft EIS and Notice of Preparation (NOP) of a CEQA Draft EIR and TRPA Draft EIS for the Lake Tahoe Passenger Ferry Project
The Tahoe Transportation District (TTD) is proposing the development of an all-season, passenger ferry service between the north shore and south shores of Lake Tahoe. The proposed ferry service would improve mobility within the Lake Tahoe Region, reduce vehicle miles traveled by automobile, and move the Region toward achievement of the regional water quality, air, and GHG goals.

View Notice HERE

CalPeco Electrical Lines Upgrade Project

California Pacific Electric Company 625/650 Electrical Lines Upgrade Project

The California Pacific Electric Company (CalPeco) dba Liberty Utilities is planning an upgrade to power lines in Northeastern Placer County and southeastern Nevada County, California. The lines serve approximately 49,000 customers in the north and south shores of Lake Tahoe. These major transmission lines serve the areas of Northstar, Kings Beach, Tahoe City and Squaw Valley and are some of the oldest in the State of California.

Media Release–Draft Environmental Documents Available for Electrical Line Upgrade Project November 8, 2013

Notice of Availability/Comment Period and Instructions for Public Comment November 8, 2013

CalPeco DEIS-EIS-EIR

CalPeco DEIS-EIS-EIR Appendices

Notice of Preparation and Notice of Intent

CalPeco FEIS/EIS/EIR Documents

CalPeco FEIS-EIS-EIR – Part 1

CalPeco FEIS-EIS-EIR – Part 2

CalPeco FEIS-EIS-EIR Appendices – Part 1

CalPeco FEIS-EIS-EIR Appendices – Part 2

CalPeco FEIS-EIS-EIR Appendices – Part 3

Appendix P Comments and Responses to Comments

Appendix P4 Response to NTCAA February 14 Comments and Supporting Documents

USFS Tech Reports

CalPeco Biological Assessment

CalPeco Migratory Landbirds Report

CalPeco Riparian Conservation Objective Analysis

CalPeco Threatened, Endangered and Sensitive Plants and Fungi Report

CalPeco Invasive Plant Risk Assessment

CalPeco Aquatic and Terrestrial Species Report

CalPeco Management Indicator Species Report

Draft Record of Decision and Objection Letter Instructions

CalPeco DRAFT Record of Decision

CalPeco Objection Letter Instructions

Upper Truckee River and Marsh Restoration Project

NOTICE OF PREPARATION AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC SCOPING MEETING

Project Title:

Notice of availability of a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Environmental Impact Report (EIR), and notice of public hearing.

Notice of Availability

Draft EIS/EIR or for more information on the project

Upper Truckee River Restoration and Golf Course Reconfiguration Project

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY OF THE UPPER TRUCKEE RIVER RESTORATION AND GOLF COURSE RECONFIGURATION PROJECT.

Final EIR/EIS Volume IV (65MB)

Final EIR/EIS Volume V (50MB)

PREPARATIONS TO FINALIZE THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY OF THE UPPER TRUCKEE RIVER RESTORATION AND GOLF COURSE RECONFIGURATION PROJECT.

Over 700 comments were received during the public comment period for the Draft EIR/EIS/EIS. The comments are being reviewed by California State Parks, the Bureau of Reclamation and Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. The final document is expected to be released in early fall 2011. The document is an environmental impact report/environmental impact statement/environmental impact statement(EIR/EIS/EIS). The three titles are required for compliance with CEQA, NEPA, and TRPA review. Comments on the document were submitted between August and November, 2010.

Visit the Restore Upper Truckee web site to download the draft EIR/EIS/EIS.

California State Parks (State Parks) and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) are pursuing a restoration project along the reach of the Upper Truckee River that extends from its upstream entry point at the southern boundary of Washoe Meadows State Park to just west of U.S. Highway 50 where the river exits Lake Valley State Recreation Area. The project is being planned and proposed by State Parks. TRPA is managing the EIS process and helping gather public input as the process moves along.

Numerous public planning workshops, site tours and information sessions were held between 2007 to 2010 to present the project in detail to interested stakeholders and to gather input on the recreation uses in the parks.

The primary purpose of the project is to restore natural geomorphic and ecological processes along this reach of river and to reduce the river’s suspended sediment discharge to Lake Tahoe. The proposed restoration project would require reconfiguration of the Lake Tahoe Golf Course to allow for restoration of the river, reduce the area of stream environment zone occupied by the golf course, and allow for establishment of a buffer area between the golf course and the river. Alternatives to the proposed project are being considered and studied in the EIR/EIS/EIS.

A more detailed description of the proposed project is contained in the following documents:

Notice of preparation for EIS/EIR (2.4 MB)

Feasibility Study for the restoration project (929 K)

Diagrams for the Feasibility Study (21.1 MB). These were shown by the California State Parks and Recreation representative at the TRPA Governing Board meeting October, 2006.

Projects & Plans

In the following section, you will find documents relating to projects already approved by TRPA. Some of these are historic projects, environmental analyses, and Master Plans.

Edgewood Lodge

Edgewood Lodge Final EIS

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board approved the Edgewood Tahoe Lodge and Golf Course realignment project on August 23 in a unanimous vote.

The Board voted to certify the project’s Final Environmental Impact Statement, approved a code amendment for the height amendment and approved the 154-room hotel project that includes environmental improvements to water quality as well as sensitive land restoration.

Notice of Availability and Public Hearing

(click here) to download the Notice Of Availability of the Final EIS and Public Hearing.

Final Environmental Impact Statement

(click here) to download the Final EIS (14 MB).

Edgewood Lodge Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Notice of Availability, Opportunity to Comment and Public Hearing

(click here) to download the Revised Notice Of Public Hearing.

NOTE: The previously-scheduled May 30 hearing has been cancelled.

(click here) to download the original Edgewood Notice of Availability.

Edgewood Draft Environmental Impact Statement

(click here) to download the Edgewood DEIS (58 MB).

Edgewood Draft Environmental Impact Statement Appendices

(click here) to download the Edgewood DEIS Appendices (89 MB).

Edgewood Lodge & Golf Course Improvement Project

Notice of Preparation of an EIS

(click here) to download the Edgewood NOP (1 mb).
The Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Statement was circulated from June 1 to July 15, 2009. A scoping meeting was held during the TRPA Governing Board meeting Wednesday, June 24 at TRPA offices in Stateline, NV. Click on the meeting schedule link above for the staff summary of the meeting.

Community Enhancement Program

As a part of the 2012 Regional Plan Update, the Community Enhancement Program expired. The update includes policies supporting the transfer of development bonus units. No new Community Enhancement Program applications are being accepted.

The (Community Enhancement Program) is bringing more rapid environmental gains for the Lake Tahoe Basin through projects which implement environmental improvements, enhance quality of life for residents, improve the visitor experience and contribute to the long-term economic vitality of the Region. The CEP is demonstrating what Lake Tahoe communities can look and feel like over the next 20 years if substantial improvements to our commercial core areas can be encouraged.

Of the original nine CEP proposals, seven projects are still in the program and one, Boulder Bay, has already been permitted. See the links above for more details on each of the projects.

Community Contributions

The focus of the CEP is to encourage revitalization projects in downtown and recreation areas that demonstrate substantial environmental, as well as social and economicbenefits. The program provides incentives for mixed-use development projects on existing disturbed or underutilized sites. The CEP is competitive and is designed to encourage the “best” projects that will demonstrate the desires of the community captured in the Regional Vision.The Community Enhancement Program is a collaboration between the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, the community, and local government partners. The program provides a means to demonstrate implementation of the Regional Vision through the implementation of selective projects.

Regional Vision Summary

The CEP builds upon (Special Programs) criteria in the TRPA Code of Ordinances and incorporates elements of the Regional Vision obtained through the Placed Based planning process. These elements further clarify the goals of Special Projects and are aimed to assist in moving the Lake Tahoe Basin toward attainment of environmental thresholds.

The program is front-loaded to shape projects early in the design stages to ensure they meet the criteria, rather than react to projects that are completely designed before submittal. It is hoped that these projects, in turn, will be catalysts for further upgrade of Basin community centers, transit nodes and neighborhood centers. This is not a code avoidance program and all proposals designated CEP projects must pass TRPA’s thorough environmental review and compliance processes

(click here) to download the Regional Vision obtained through Place Based Planning workshops held around the lake in 2005 and 2006 (2.1 MB).

(click here)to read the program summary and guidelines of the CEP (Timeline updated 12-27-07).

(Frequently Asked Questions)
(News Release July 27, 2007)
(TRPA Editorial September 28, 2007)
(TRPA Editorial November 20, 2007)
(News Release November 2, 2007)

TRPA, local jurisdictions and the property owners hosted community workshops in 2007 to gather additional input to ensure that any projects chosen to participate in the program are in alignment with the community’s vision. The CEP is designed to be as open, transparent, and community-based as possible.

The TRPA Governing Board approved staff recommendations to designate all nine pre-applications as CEP projects in 2008. As part of this approval, the project concepts were each assigned future commodities in the form of development rights reserved by TRPA for special projects. All projects have to apply to TRPA and undertake environmental review. In some cases, TRPA staff may recommend modifications to the TRPA Code of Ordinances for a CEP project to be approved. These modifications must be approved prior to project approval through a separate action by the Governing Board.

As a part of the 2012 Regional Plan Update, the Community Enhancement Program expired. The update includes policies supporting the transfer of development bonus units. No new Community Enhancement Program applications are being accepted.

Homewood

Homewood Mountain Resort Master Plan

At its December 2011 meeting, the TRPA Governing Board voted to approve the Homewood Master Plan and certify the Final Environmental Impact Statement that were 5 years in the making.

Litigants brought forward a lawsuit against Placer County and the TRPA in January, 2012. The lawsuit is ongoing.

The planned resort upgrades aim to keep the historic ski resort through sustainable development.

Additional documentation in response to comments on the Homewood Master Plan and FEIS

(Public Notice of Governing Board Hearing and Description of Action Items Being Requested)
(Description of Action Items to be Considered by the Governing Board)
(Homewood Master Plan Public Comments from Friends of the West Shore, Tahoe Area Sierra Club, The League to Save Lake Tahoe)
(Homewood Master Plan Public Comments Received to December 5, 2011)
(Master Plan Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Analysis for the Transfer of Tourist Accommodation Units/Existing Residential Units)
(Master Plan Trip Generation and VMT Analysis for the Transfer of Tourist Accommodation Units/Existing Residential Units)
(Statement of Qualifications for Financial Analysis)

Proposed Master Plan, Updated August 2011

(Introduction and Executive Summary) 31 MB
(Physical Plan) 6 MB
(Regulatory Consistency and Other Plans) 3.5 MB

The Homewood Mountain Resort Community Enhancement Program (CEP) concept encompasses the base of Homewood ski resort and mid-mountain lodge. The concept is participating in the CEP while continuing its Master Plan process.

The Final EIR/EIS for this project was made available October 3 and is being circulated for public review before Placer County Supervisors and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board can take action on the study or the project. Multiple public hearings are listed at right to further discuss the final document. The TRPA Governing Board is expected to consider the Final EIS for certification at its December 14 meeting. The Board must vote to certify the Final EIS for adequacy and then consider adopting the Master Plan in a separate vote in order for the applicant’s proposed project to be approved.

The Notice of Availability below contains a public meeting schedule and details on where to view a copy of the Final EIR/EIS

(Notice of Availability)
October 3, 2011

Placer County and TRPA have prepared the joint Final EIR/EIS to inform agency decision makers about the potential environmental effects of the proposed HMR Master Plan. This joint document will serve as an EIR prepared by the County of Placer pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and an EIS prepared by TRPA pursuant to its Compact and Chapter 5 of the Code of Ordinances.

Final Environmental Impact Statement

Final Environmental Impact Report/Statement

Cover
Table of Contents
1 Introduction
2 Executive Summary
3 Description of Proposed Project and Alternatives
4 Relationship to Existing Land Use Plans, Policies and Regulations
5 Environmental Analysis
6 Lane Use
7 Population, Employment and Housing
8 Biological Resources
9 Cultural and Historical Resources
10 Scenic Resources
11 Transportation, Parking and Circulation
12 Air Quality
13 Noise
14 Soils, Geology and Seismicity
15 Hydrology, Water Rights, Surface Water Quality and Groundwater
16 Public Services and Utilities
17 Hazardous Materials and Public Saftey
18 Recreation
19 Climate Change
20 Mandatory Environmental Analysis
21 Mitigation and Monitoring Program
22 Lead Agency Contacts and Preparers
23 Response to Comments on the DEIR/EIS
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 1-3
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 4-9
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 10
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 11
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 12
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 13
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 14
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 15
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 16
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 17
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 18
24 Revisions to the Draft EIR/EIS Chapter 19

Final Environmental Impact Report/Statement Appendices

Cover
Appendix A NOP
Appendix B NOP Comments
Appendix C-1 General Soil and Revegetation Treatment Specifications
Appendix C-2 Soil Treatment Matrix
Appendix C-3 Homewood Creek SEZ Restoration Plan
Appendix D-1 TRPA Soils Hydrologic Approval Letter
Appendix D-2 Soils Hydrologic Approval Exhibits
Appendix D-3 Soils Hydrologic Groundwater Data and Calculations
Appendix D-4 Soils Hydrologic Groundwater Data and Calculations
Appendix D-4 1-A Soils Hydrologic Groundwater Data and Calculations
Appendix E Amendments to TRPA and Placer County Plan Areas 157, 158 and 159
Appendix F Proposed TRPA Code of Ordinances and Goals and Policies Amendments
Appendix G California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB) Report
Appendix H-1 US Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS) Species List
Appendix H-2 California Native Plant Society (CNPS) Database Search
Appendix I HMR Wildlife Background Survey Reports
Appendix J Traffic Raw Data Counts
Appendix K-1 HMR Parking Data
Appendix K-2 Trip Generation Calculations
Appendix K-3 HMR Parking Study and Alternatives Parking Tables
Appendix K-4 HMR Parking Study and Alternatives Parking Tables
Appendix L-1 LOS and VMT Calculations
Appendix L-2 Caltrans Placer SR 89 Improvement Design Sheets
Appendix M Construction Equipment Assumptions
Appendix N Construction Schedules and Land Use Assupmtions
Appendix O URBEMIS Air Quality Model Ouputs
Appendix P Trip Generation Assumptions for Air Quality Analysis
Appendix Q Hybrid Water Taxi Emissions Calculations
Appendix R Diesel Generator Emissions Calculations
Appendix S Air Quality Emissions by Year through Project Buildout (2021)
Appendix T HMR Existing Land Coverage Summary Tables
Appendix U HMR LCV Map and Land Coverage Verification Letters
Appendix V HMR Existing Land Coverage Summary Tables
Appendix W HMR Cumulative Watershed Effects Analysis
Appendix X HMR Preliminary Drainage Report
Appendix Y Surface Water Quality Monitoring Data
Appendix Z-2 HMR Water Quality- Quantification of Design Benefits
Appendix Z-2 HMR Water Quality- Quantification of Design Benefits Alternative
Appendix AA HMR Water Supply Assessment
Appendix BB-1 HMR/Caltrans CEP/EIP Water Quality Treatment Plan
Appendix BB-2 HMR/Caltrans CEP/EIP Project- Letter of Commitment
Appendix CC HMR Landscaping Irrigation Estimates
Appendix DD EMFAC Emission Outputs
Appendix EE DEIR-EIS Comments
Appendix FF Community Enhancement Program Matrix
Appendix GG Scenic Eval Balloon Study
Appendix HH-1 Coverage Tracking Memo
Appendix HH-2 Banking Permit
Appendix HH-3 Homewood Master Plan Public Comments
Appendix HH-4 Homewood Master Plan Public Comments Received after December 5, 2011
Appendix II-1 1969 USGS Arial
Appendix II-2 1970 Arial
Appendix II-3 LTBMU Arial
Appendix II-4 1972 NB Existing Condition

(Maritime Electrical Installations and Diesel Electric Propulsion References)
(Alcatraz Cruises References)
(California Air Resources Board References)
(Hybrid-Marine Ltd References)
(Schneider-Electric References)
(U.S. Environmental Protection Agency References)
(World Water Taxi References)
(Maritime Electrical Installations and Diesel Electric Propulsion References)
(Alcatraz Cruises References)
(California Air Resources Board References)
(Hybrid-Marine Ltd References)

Draft Environmental Impact Report/Statement

Draft Environmental Impact Report/Statement Appendices

DEIS Cover
Appendix A NOP
Appendix B NOP Comments
Appendix C-1 General Soil and Revegetation Treatment Specifications
Appendix C-2 Soil Treatment Matrix
Appendix C-3 Homewood Creek SEZ Restoration Plan
Appendix D-1 TRPA Soils Hydrologic Approval Letter
Appendix D-2 Soils Hydrologic Approval Exhibits
Appendix D-3 Soils Hydrologic Groundwater Data and Calculations
Appendix E Amendments to TRPA and Placer County Plan Areas 157, 158 and 159
Appendix F Proposed TRPA Code of Ordinances and Goals and Policies Amendments
Appendix G California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB) Report
Appendix H-1 US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Species List
Appendix H-2 California Native Plant Society (CNPS) Database Search
Appendix I HMR Wildlife Background Survey Reports
Appendix J Traffic Raw Data Counts
Appendix K-1 HMR Parking Data
Appendix K-2 Trip Generation Calculations
Appendix K-3 HMR Parking Study and Alternatives Parking Tables
Appendix L-1 LOS and VMT Calculations
Appendix L-2 Caltrans Placer SR 89 Improvement Design Sheets
Appendix M Construction Equipment Assumptions
Appendix N Construction Schedules and Land Use Assumptions
Appendix O URBEMIS Air Quality Model Outputs
Appendix P Trip Generation Assumptions for Air Quality Analysis
Appendix Q Hybrid Water Taxi Emissions Calculations
Appendix R Diesel Generator Emissions Calculations
Appendix S Air Quality Emissions by Year through Project Buildout (2021)
Appendix T HMR Land Capability Challenge Exhibits
Appendix U HMR LCV Map and Land Coverage Verification Letters
Appendix V HMR Existing Land Coverage Summary Tables
Appendix W HMR Cumulative Watershed Effects Analysis
Appendix X HMR Preliminary Drainage Report
Appendix Y Surface Water Quality Monitoring Data
Appendix Z HMR Water Quality – Quantification of Design Benefits
Appendix AA HMR Water Supply Assessment
Appendix BB-1 HMR/Caltrans CEP/EIP Water Quality Treatment Plan
Appendix BB-2 HMR/Caltrans CEP/EIP Project– Letter of Commitment
Appendix CC HMR Landscaping Irrigation Estimates
Appendix DD EMFAC Emission Outputs

Air Quality References
CC References
Noise References
Shared Parking References
Traffic References
Hydro References

Boulder Bay

Boulder Bay CEP Crystal Bay, NV

TRPA BOARD APPROVES BOULDER BAY PROJECT

At its April 2011 meeting, the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board voted to approve the Boulder Bay Community Enhancement Project. Four years in the planning, the project will replace the aging Tahoe Biltmore Casino in Crystal Bay, NV with an eco-friendly, mixed-use resort that will significantly reduce stormwater pollution and vehicle emissions associated with the site.

“With science showing us that we can reverse the decline of Lake Tahoe’s clarity by encouraging environmental redevelopment of our town centers, the cost of doing nothing is just too high for the Lake,” TRPA Director Joanne Marchetta said. “Redevelopment projects like Boulder Bay are an important part of the public-private effort to restore Lake Tahoe.”

Once complete, the Boulder Bay site will include a mix of whole ownership condos, hotel units, affordable housing, a small casino, a health and wellness spa, retail and dining space, pedestrian and transit improvements, and a 4-acre community park. In addition, the project plans to pursue LEED certification, a global standard for green building techniques.

Click here to view the full news story.

Final Environmental Impact Statement

Boulder Bay Resorts
Community Enhancement Program Project
Crystal Bay, Nevada
Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS)

Notice of Availability of Final EIS

Files Larger Than 1 MB
FEIS Cover 2.91 MB
FEIS Contents
FEIS 3.75 MB
Appendix Cover 2.91 MB
Appendix Contents
Appendix Divider Sheets
Appendix Z- DEIS Comment Letters Received on the DEIS 15.8 MB
Appendix AA- Boulder Bay Alternative Baseline Existing Conditions Traffic Volumes
Appendix AB- Hydrology and Water Quality Supplemental Information 12.9 MB
Appendix AC- Proposed Special Height Amendment (Revised)
Appendix AD- Land Capability and Coverage Data by Parcel
Appendix AE- Boulder Bay Alternative C Shadow Study 4.70 MB
Appendix AE- Boulder Bay Alternative C Shadow Study 2 4.79 MB
Appendix AF- Stillwater Cove (SWC) Project Mitigation Agreement 1.73 MB
Appendix AG- CEP Resolution Compliance Matrix
Appendix AH- Boulder Bay Alternative C Building Elevations 12.6 MB

Draft Environmental Impact Statements

Boulder Bay Resorts
Community Enhancement Program Project
Crystal Bay, Nevada
Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS)

Click here to view a presentation shown at the TRPA Governing Board meeting November 18, 2009.

 

APPENDICES

Files larger than 1 MB
Appendix A – Notice of Preparation (NOP) 2.2 MB
Appendix B – NOP Comment Summary and Letters 29.8 MB
Appendix C – Boulder Bay Public Meeting List
Appendix D – TRPA Land Capability, Coverage, and other Commodity Verification Files 26.8 MB
Appendix E – Circulation Plans for Alternatives C, D and E 2.3 MB
Appendix F – Alternative Transportation Plan – Alternatives C and D 3.4 MB

Appendix G – Stormwater Management Plan

Appendix H – Approval Letter from the NTRPA for Structure Housing Gaming Relocation 2.3 MB
Appendix I – Soils/Hydrologic Scoping Report, TRPA Soil Hydrologic Approval Letter 5.7 MB
Appendix J – Arborist Report 6.7 MB
Appendix K – Tree Protection Measures
Appendix L – Blank
Appendix M – Memorandum Regarding Sierra Park Parcels – Settlement Agreements
Appendix N – Geotechnical Investigation for Boulder Bay 11.9 MB
Appendix O – Landscaping Plan 4.7 MB
Appendix P –Existing Conditions for Stormwater Water Quality 10.3 MB
Appendix Q – Lake Tahoe TMDL Pollutant Reduction Opportunity Report Executive Summary 1.3 MB
Appendix R – TMDL Pollutant Load Reduction Plan
Appendix S – Species Lists (CNDDB, USFWS, NNHP) 3.1 MB
Appendix T – Biological Resources Survey Reports 1.3 MB
Appendix U – Proposed Special Height District Amendment
Appendix V – Cultural Resources Study and Evaluations 5.9 MB
Appendix W – Traffic and Parking Calculations 12.6 MB

Appendix X – Air Quality Calculations (URBEMIS 2007 Summary Reports)

Appendix Y – Noise Model Inputs and Monitoring Results 2 MB

Beach Club

Beach Club Resort 2008

The Beach Club on Lake Tahoe project was approved by the TRPA Governing Board in August, 2008. The project applicant, Beach Club, Inc., proposed to redevelop the existing Tahoe Shores Mobile Home Park located at the end Kahle Drive in Stateline, Nevada. The DEIS evaluated the potential environmental impacts associated with the proposed project (Alternative A), two separate development alternatives (Alternatives B and C), and two variations on the no-project alternative (Alternatives D and E).

Beach Club Draft Environmental Impact Statement January 2008

Beach Club Final EIS July 24, 2008