Conservation Plans and Agreements

Habitat Conservation Plan

Data Definitions

Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
USFWS Region(s)
USFWS Field Office(s)
Nevada Fish And Wildlife Office
NEPA Process
environmental assessment
Involved Agency
  • Date Information
  • Date Assistance Initiated
    Date Application Received
    No info
    Date of Notice of Intent to Prepare an EIS
    Date Noticed in Federal Register
    Date Permit Issued
    Date Application Withdrawn
    Date Permit Expired
    Date Permit Denied
    Date Permit Suspended
    Date Permit Revoked
  • Area Description Information
  • Location
    Spring Mountain Ranch State Park in Clark County, Nevada; enclosed within the Red Rock National Conservation Area; closest town is Blue Diamond and about 15 miles west of Las Vegas
    Listed Species
  • Poolfish, Pahrump - (Empetrichthys latos) Entire E
  • Non-Listed Species
    No non-listed species
    aquatic - irrigation and storage resevoir at 3,800 feet in elevation
  • Nevada
  • Size (Total Area Covered, by State)
  • 3.5 acres (Nevada)
    Total acreage of the reservoir restored to 21.7 acre feet; 6.2 of which is suitable habitat for the Pahrump poolfish.
  • Enrolled Size (Total Area Enrolled, by State)
    Data not available
    Total acreage of the reservoir restored to 21.7 acre feet; 6.2 of which is suitable habitat for the Pahrump poolfish.
    Encompassed Planning Area? (by state)
  • No
  • Acreage Protected
    No info
    Acreage Created/Enhanced/Restored
    No info
    Acreage Adversely Affected
    No info
  • Other Information
  • Applicant Type
    state agency
    Land Use
    recreational activities
    water activities
    30 years, 0 months
    Reporting Frequency
    One report due 10/1/96
    Report Received Date(s)
    No info
    Monitoring Notes
    annual monitoring by NV Dept. of Wildlife on Pahrump poolfish population
    Additional Notes
    Property was previously a privately owned working ranch, which became a State Park in the lates 1960s. The irrigation reservoir on the property is not native habitat for the Pahrump poolfish. This endangered species was transplanted to the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park in June 1983. The HCP was established to provide a secure habitat for the species, while allowing for the maintainence of the irrigation reservoir by the State Park for its original purposes, specifically dredging accumulated sediment to restore the reservoir's water storage capacity.
    Plan/Agreement Documents
    No info
    Federal Register Documents
    No info

    Report generated on: February 10, 2016
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