Lake Tahoe EIP

Country Club Heights Stormwater Management and Erosion Control Project

Project Number
01.01.01.0067
Action Priority
Reduce Stormwater Pollution From: Roads and Highways, Forest Roads, Public and Private Parcels
Implementers
El Dorado County, CA
Primary Contact
Dan Kikkert (dan.kikkert@edcgov.us)
Stage
Post-Implementation
Duration
2011 - 2023
Stormwater Management Program Reduce Stormwater Pollution From: Roads and Highways, Forest Roads, Public and Private Parcels
The project, located in the Country Club Heights subdivision, is roughly bounded by Highway 50, the Upper Truckee River, and Crystal Air Drive. The main goal of this project is to reduce very fine/fine sediment from the County right-of-way from reaching the Upper Truckee River near Elks Club Drive to help achieve TMDL goals. Phases 1 & 2 focused on water quality (WQ) / Stream Environment Zone (SEZ) improvements throughout the subdivision. Phase 3 is focused on WQ / SEZ/ and User Access improvements surrounding the old “Elks Lodge” property between Elks Club Drive, Highway 50, and the Upper Truckee River.

Key Accomplishments

  • Acres of SEZ Restored or Enhanced: 1.6 acres
  • Miles of Roads Decommissioned or Retrofitted: 5.1 miles
  • Miles of Street Sweeping: 6.1 miles

Threshold Categories

  • Soil Conservation
  • Water Quality
Phase 1/2 - Meadowvale Basin near corner of Boca Raton and Meadowvale Drive
(Timing: After) (~237 KB)
Credit: El Dorado County Phase 1/2 - Meadowvale Basin near corner of Boca Raton and Meadowvale Drive

Location