Redding NEPA Documents and NHPA Status

The table below shows the Redding NEPA documents that are currently being developed or have recently been completed. The table also shows the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) status for each action. Some of the documents in that table are available on-line and can be downloaded by clicking the entry in the Type column.

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Project Number Type Program Description Geographic Location Contact Status Initiated Completed NHPA Status Field Office Fiscal Year
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-00115-CXEARiparian managementUsing appropriate equipment, the BLM proposes to conduct maintenance and replacement activities within a managed Paynes Creek Wetland Complex. Activities include excavating the existing water control devices within the berms, remove vegetation growing on the berms and as necessary and identified within the wetland cells, and as necessary replace the existing water control devices and berms used to impound the water. Additionally throughout the Bend, multiple stock ponds have been created that function as seasonal wetland features that provide important seasonal wetland habitat and summer water on the landscape for wildlife however the berms and clay seals used to create these wetlands are failing and need repair. Using appropriate heavy equipment, the BLM proposes to repair berms which impound water. Repair will entail using native fill taken from outside pools which will be compacted in the weak or downcut points on the berms. Additionally, overflow channels will be created ensuring that if the pools overflow, the berms will no longer be compromised. T28N, 3W, S 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 22, 23 T29N, 3W, S 34, 35 T29N, 2W, S 5, 6, 7, 8 T29N, R3W, S 1, 12 gary diridoni
01/26/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2014-036-CXCXWildlifeAquatic Invasive Species Inventory, Research, and Removal. Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) would captured (traps, captured by hand, nets) by trained personnel. Any native species captured would be removed from traps and released. Captured AIS will be frozen and a subset will have their stomach contents analyzed. Frozen individuals will be used as feed for fishing ponds or in carnivore photo bait stations monitoring.G. Diridoni
In Progress01/16/2014NHARedding 2014
DOI-BLM-CAN060-2015-100-CXCXLands and RealtyPG&E is requesting to authorize an existing distrubution line that expired on 6/18/2013. The ROW includes 500 feet by 20 feet wide for a total of .23 acres. T. 20N., R 6E., section 30, SE1/4SW1/4.Lindsey Moyer
01/09/201503/13/2015NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CAN060-2014-067-EAEARecreationBLM proposes to build a recreation exercise area adjancent to the Meiners Trailhead in the Swasey Recreation Area. The site is to be dedicated to Luke Sheehy, a Redding Smokejumper killed in a 2013 fire fighting accident.Swasey Recreation Area, Meiners TrailheadW Kuntz
Review06/02/2014REVRedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-101CXBOR is requesting a perpetual ROW for an existing facility. T. 29N. R 2 1/2 W., section 6.Lindsey Moyer
NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-099CXLands and RealtyMr. Berry is requesting to renew his existing road right-of-way for a 30 year term. no disturbing activities are being requested.T. 30N R. 1W., section 4, lot3; T. 31N. R 1W., section 32, SE1/4SE1/4Lindsey Moyer
12/15/201412/31/2014NHARedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-001-CXCXRecreationBicycle Demo Day Special Recreation PermitSwasey Recreation AreaS. Stapleton
Document Complete11/09/201411/13/2014CMPRedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2014-080-CXCXLands and RealtyCaltrans has applied for a right-of-way for three temporary work areas, along HWY 299W, near Helena CA. The temporary work areas will be utilized to complete a drainage improvement project and will be occurring within areas of past disturbance from past highway construction and maintenance. The term of use would be for a 5-year period. M.D.M., T.34N.,R.11W., sec. 27, lot 14; sec. 28, lot 8.K. Shaw
In progress.10/15/2014NHARedding 2014
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-092-DNA DNAVegetationThe Proposed action is to continue the restoration/afforestation activities started as part of the China Gardens Afforestation Project. Specifically, the proposed action is to perform vegetation management on the Clear Creek China Gardens Restoration site using mechanical (mowing) methods on approximately 3 acres and spot physical (hand tools) removal of mostly non native vegetation. Additionally, the planting of 120 to 1000 native plants will carried out on the site.T31N, R5W, San BuenaventuraChase Lentz
530 224 2107
11/03/2014REVRedding 2015
DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-086CXLands and RealtyThis is a renewal of an existing R&PP lease for the French Gulch Transfer Station. It has been in existence since 1978. There are no changes to the lease or new disturbance.M.D.M., T. 33 N., R. 7 W., sec. 14, lot 8Ilene Emry
In progress10/16/2014EXMRedding 2015

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