Public Notices

NELSON SLOAN QUARRY RESTORATION AND BENEFICIAL REUSE OF SEDIMENT PROJECT

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on September 20, 2021, California Department of Parks and Recreation, acting as lead agency, issued for public review and comment a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that, in accordance with California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requirements, evaluates potential environmental effects associated with the proposed Nelson Sloan Quarry Restoration and Beneficial Reuse of Sediment Project (Project).

The Project consists of the beneficial reuse of excess sediment excavated from flood control facilities and disturbed habitats in the Tijuana River Valley towards the reclamation of previously quarried slopes and restoration of the Nelson Sloan Quarry site to close to historic (i.e., pre-quarry operations) topography and habitat.

Notice of Availability
Draft Environmental Impact Report (81.7 MB)
Appendices:

Virtual Public Meeting
Thursday, October 14, 2021

6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of the virtual public meeting is to provide participants a project overview and to solicit comments on the analysis presented in the Draft EIR.

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Providing Comments
All written comments on the adequacy of the Draft EIR are due by Thursday, November 4, 2021. Written comments can be sent via E-mail or U.S. Mail to the addresses provided below.

E-mail: SDCD.CEQA(at)parks.ca.gov

U.S. Mail:  
Lorena Warner-Lara
CA State Parks, TRNERR
301 Caspian Way
Imperial Beach, CA 91932

 

TIJUANA ESTUARY TIDAL RESTORATION PROGRAM (TETRP) II PHASE I
The California Department of Parks and Recreation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have initiated the scoping process for the preparation of the draft TETRP II Phase I environmental impact report/environmental impact statement. TETRP II Phase I would restore approximately 80 to 85 acres of salt marsh, mudflat, tidal channel, transitional/upland habitats on portions of both Border Field State Park and the Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge.

The Notice of Intent and Notice of Preparation include additional project details. Furthermore, a Restoration Update and other project information is available here.

June 16, 2021 Virtual Public Scoping Meetings – Meeting Materials / Materiales de la presentación 

Questions about the Project or the Scoping Process
Questions should be directed to Brian Collins, at brian_collins(at)fws.gov or (760) 431-9440 ext. 273.