Meadow Vista Program Timberland Environmental Impact Report

In 1996, the Placer County Board of Supervisors adopted the Meadow Vista Community Plan. The plan establishes a policy framework for long-term community growth, which includes policies to reduce the hazards of wildland fire through fuel reduction measures. Prominent policy direction is a desire to perpetuate the existing forested condition while recognizing that the area has significant fire dangers that must be addressed.

The purpose of the Meadow Vista Vegetation Management Project is to facilitate the implementation of a system of shaded fuel breaks, defensible space, and defensible landscape practices. Such actions should be consistent with the objectives of the Meadow Vista Community Plan and will use the Program Timberland Environmental Impact Report process as adopted by the Board of Forestry and Fire Protection. The Program Timberland Environmental Impact Report is tiered to the Meadow Vista Community Plan Final Environmental Impact Report. This Program Timberland Environmental Impact Report is consistent with the California Fire Plan, which was prepared by the Board of Forestry and Fire Protection and implemented by the Neveda-Yuba-Placer Unit of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

 

Applicable Documents:

Meadow Vista Draft PTEIR - Part 1

Meadow Vista Draft PTEIR - Part 2

Meadow Vista Final PTEIR

 

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