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 Schedule of Proposed Action (SOPA)
 

The Forest Service now has an on-line, web-based SOPA located on the national website. This program will allow anyone with access to a computer to view all SOPAs produced at all forests within the agency.

The current SOPA Report contains a list of proposed actions that will begin or are currently undergoing environmental analysis and documentation. If you need assistance or have questions and comments regarding projects listed, please contact the person listed in the project description or contact the Forest Enviornmental Coordination, Justin Seastrand, at (626) 574-5278 or email at jseastrand@fs.fed.us.

 

Click on the following link for current and past Angeles Quarterly SOPA Reports.

National Forest SOPA Website

For access to all SOPA reports, click on the National SOPA Website link to begin your search.

Angeles National Forest Project List

Click on the following link for a list of current Angeles National Forest Projects. 

Angeles National Forest Current and Recent Projects

Note: Not all projects may appear on map. See list below for complete list of projects with more information or documentation.
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Under Analysis

Bouquet Canyon Restoration Project

A proposal to remove sediment, fix culverts, stabilize streambank, improve vegetation, develop a backwater preserve, and convert Zuni Campground to an education site. The purpose is to restore riparian habitat and flow capacity to Boquet Creek.

Los Angeles County- Big Tujunga Canyon Highway Maintenance

An unreinforced wall of 450' length and 20' high is severely eroded by constant water scouring. The proposal is to reinforce this wall with riprap. A temporary water diversion structure will be placed in the middle of the streambed to divert water.

Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog Translocation into Bear Creek, within the San Gabriel Wilderness Area.

This project will involve moving frogs or tadpoles from existing populations into Bear Creek. This effort is designed to establish another population within the historic range of the species in order to aid in its recovery.

Mt. Waterman Ski Resort Summer Mt. Biking

Mt. Waterman Ski Resort proposes to allow summer Mt. Biking within their permitted area. Approx. 10 miles of single track trail would be constructed and maintained by resort staff and volunteers, adjacent to and within existing ski runs and roads.

Non-Native Aquatic Species Removal in Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog Habitat.

This project will remove non-native aquatic species within the South Fork Big Rock Creek, Dorr Canyon, Little Rock Creek, Devils Canyon, Bear Creek, Vincent and Bear Gulch and will involve the use of nets, traps and backpack electroshockers.

Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. Line 63 Re-Route

PAALP is proposing to re-route a 14,000 foot segment of Line 63, to meet requirements of the US EPA Consent Decree(2010) for returning crude oil into Line. The pipe will be installed via a combination of convential trenching and horizontal drilling.

San Gabriel River Ranger District Administrative Sites Defense Zones and Evacuation Routes

The District is proposing to cut and clear vegetation to provide defensible space and evacuation routes for administrative and recreation sites, recreation cabins, and communication sites, to protect infrastructure from wildfire.

Williamson Rock and Pacific Crest Trail

A proposal to provide limited recreational access to a critical wildlife habitat area, with seasonal and long term closures, a user permit system, and construction of a trail, trail bridge, and minor improvements to staging areas and trailheads.

Analysis Completed

Barren Ridge Renewable Transmission Project

Construct, use, and maintain a double circuit 230-kV transmission line, reconductor an existing 230-kV transmission line, and add a new 230-kV circuit to existing transmission tower structures. Alternative 1 is located in Salt Creek IRA.

Southern California National Forests Land Management Plan Amendment

The Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres, and San Bernardino national forests propose to amend their land management plans with new guidance for roadless area management and land management plan monitoring.

Project Archive

Some of our older projects can be accessed in our Project Archive.

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