Lake Tahoe EIP

CSA #5 Erosion Control Project

Project Number
01.01.01.0074
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 - 2018
Stormwater Management Program Reduce Stormwater Pollution From: Roads and Highways, Forest Roads, Public and Private Parcels
The Community Service Area (CSA) # 5 Erosion Control Project includes the developed portions of the Tahoe Cedars subdivision southwest of Highway 89 between the El Dorado County Line and Poplar Street. The goal of the Project is to reduce the concentration of fine sediment in the storm water which exits the Project area before reaching Lake Tahoe. The Project was split into multiple phases. The final phase (Phase 3) project area is bounded by Placer Street to the east, Oak Street to the south, and the Placer/El Dorado County line to the north and west. Construction of phase 3 is estimated to occur in 2022.

Key Accomplishments

  • Miles of Roads Decommissioned or Retrofitted: 9 miles

Threshold Categories

  • Soil Conservation
  • Water Quality
Construction of rock lined channel on Antelope Way
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Credit: EDC Construction of rock lined channel on Antelope Way

Location