Abandoned Laguna Air Force Base project
The Descanso Ranger District proposes to remove hazardous materials from the abandoned Laguna Air Force Base, demolish and remove abandoned buildings and other associated facilities, and restore the site to a naturally functioning landscape.
Aquatic Organism Passage Restoration
Replacement of instream roadway crossings with bridges and removal of instream dams to improve stream habitat and allow passage of aquatic organisms.
AT&T Fiber Optic Permit Reissuance
AT&T Corp. has applied for reissuance of a special use permit for maintaining and operating pre-existing fiber optic cable lines (conduit and aerial) and poles within 18.21 acres on the Descanso Ranger District along Old Highway 80.
Buckman Springs intersection
The Descanso Ranger District proposes changes to the Buckman Springs intersection to allow for improved traffic safety.
Cedar Creek Falls Visitor Use Management
The project proposes a visitor permit and other measures to address issues of public safety, resource impacts, and overcrowding in the vicinity of Cedar Creek Falls. It will also likely include the renewal of the current closure order
Cleveland National Forest Invasive Weed Management Plan
This project is to plan for weed treatment activities for known infestations of certain invasive plant species. Weed removal efforts may include herbicides. A rapid response weed treatment protocol for new infestations will also be developed.
Descanso District Unauthorized Route Decommissioning 2014
Through this project, several unauthorized routes would first be ripped using an excavator to loosen compacted soil, reduce erosion, and enable vegetation to become established. Then, metal barriers would be installed to prevent their further use.
El Cariso Fire Station 51 Special Use Permit Reissuance
The proposed action is to continue allowing Riverside County Engine 51 and crew to use the facilities located at El Cariso Fire Station under a special use permit, for Firefighters and Paramedics conducting emergency activities and routine duties.
Feral Pig Damage Control Project
The Cleveland NF proposes to reduce and, where possible, eliminate further impacts from increasing numbers of non-native wild pigs on Forest Service land and water resources, including impacts to plant and animal species.
Irvine Ranch Water District Special Use Permits
Irvine Ranch Water District acquired Santiago County Water District (SCWD), and has become the owner of improvements previously authorized to SCWD by two Special Use Permits. The proposal includes minor construction and restoration components.
Kitchen Creek Helitanker Base
The Cleveland National Forest proposes to construct a Type 1 helibase at Kitchen Creek above the Cameron Fire Station. The size of the helibase would be approximately eight acres.
Laguna grazing allotment
The Cleveland National Forest proposes to authorize grazing on the Laguna allotment under a new allotment management plan.
Laguna Meadow range allotment
The Cleveland NF proposes to authorize grazing on the Laguna Meadow allotment under a new allotment management plan.
Laguna Water System Improvement
Installation of a new electrical drop and service, water and control line distribution to a new reservoir site, the installation of a new 100,000 gallon reservoir and water distribution line extension to connect to the existing Laguna water system.
North Main Divide Fuel Break System
The Trabuco Ranger District proposes a vegetation management project along part of a fuel break that runs from Bald Mountain to Sierra Peak, and which includes ridgelines above Bedford, Eagle, Manning, Main Street, and Hagador canyons.
Oak Planting Restoration Project
The Descanso Ranger District successfully implemented a pilot project to establish oak seedlings from acorns in several locations. This project expands the pilot project to allow for planting of oaks Forest-wide in appropriate locations.
Palomar Mountain Vegetation Treatment Program
The Palomar RD proposes fuels reduction activities on approximately 4,010 acres within five areas of Palomar Mountain. The purpose of the projects is to reduce hazardous fuels, improve forest health, and provide community defense zones.
San Luis Rey Picnic Grounds Vault Toilet Replacement
The Palomar RD proposes to install a new vault toilet and ADA path and parking space at the San Luis Rey Picnic Ground. The proposal includes the decommissioning and removal of an existing vault toilet in the floodplain of the San Luis Rey River.
Silverado Fuel Break
The Trabuco Ranger District proposes to construct a fuel break 200' to 400' wide on the ridge between Silverado and Harding canyons to provide protection for the communities in Silverado and Modjeska canyons.
The Cleveland NF proposes to allow SDG&E to construct powerline across portions of the national forest between Imperial Valley and San Diego.
Trabuco Community Defense Project
The Trabuco RD proposes to treat portions of the community defense zone and threat zone around Decker Canyon, El Cariso, Rancho Carillo, and Rancho Capistrano. Approximately 465 acres will be treated by mechanical or hand methods or prescribed fire.
Trabuco District Dam Removal Project
The existing dams on Silverado, Holy Jim, Trabuco, and San Juan Creeks impede stream flow and interfere with the movements of fish and other aquatic species. Demolition of the dams is proposed to remove these obstacles to fish passage.
Trabuco District Legacy Aircraft Landing Zones
U.S. Marine Corps proposes to conduct aviation training operations on the Trabuco District, including four to ten Landing Zones. The activities will involve helicopters (CH-53, CH-46, AH-1, UH-1) and tilt rotor (Osprey MV-22) air craft.
Union Pacific Railroad Permit Reissuance
Union Pacific Railroad has requested an amendment to their lease to replace a 60-foot tower with a new 120-foot tower at Sierra Peak, including a new concrete pad, a new ice bridge cable tray, a new smaller generator, and a new retaining wall.
Wildomar Off-Highway Vehicle Management Plan
This project was developed to prepare a management plan for the Wildomar OHV Area and improve its recreational value while remedying existing resource and infrastructure issues.
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