Conservation Plans and Agreements

Habitat Conservation Plan

Data Definitions

Offices at Parkshore, Low-Effect HCP (Folsom, CA)
USFWS Region(s)
USFWS Field Office(s)
Sacramento Fish And Wildlife Office
NEPA Process
categorical exclusion
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    Date Application Withdrawn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
    On lands located south of Folsom Lake, west of the Intersection of Folsom Blvd and Parkshore Drive, on Parcels 071-0530-17 and 071-0530-1 within the City of Folsom, Sacramento County, CA
    Listed Species
  • Beetle, valley elderberry longhorn - (Desmocerus californicus dimorphus) Entire T
  • Non-Listed Species
    No non-listed species
    No info
  • California
  • Size (Total Area Covered, by State)
  • 6.48 acres (California)
  • Enrolled Size (Total Area Enrolled, by State)
    Data not available
    Encompassed Planning Area? (by state)
  • No
  • Acreage Protected
    1 acres
    Acreage Created/Enhanced/Restored
    0 acres
    Acreage Adversely Affected
    0 acres
  • Other Information
  • Applicant Type
    private individual
    Land Use
    business/commercial construction
    5 years, 0 months
    Reporting Frequency
    No info
    Report Received Date(s)
    No info
    Monitoring Notes
    No info
    Additional Notes
    Project site is 6.48 acres. Mitigation occurred at the River Ranch Wildlands Conservation Bank with 0.45 acres used to transplant shrubs from project site, and 11 credits purchased (1 credit = 2400 sq ft)(=0.6 acres). Acreage adversely affected: Elderberry plants are present in three locations in the project site. At two of these locations the plants grow as clonal clusters with numerous (more than 100), young, solitary stems. The third location is a mature, multi-stemmed solitary plant. Thirty-nine of these elderberry plants exhibit 47 stems with basal diameters equal to or greater than one inch, which is a sufficient size to be considered habitat for the beetle. An inventory of the 47 stems identified a single beetle exit-hole. The 39 resident elderberry plants supporting stems equal or greater than 1-inch diameter would be adversely affected by the proposed project.
    Plan/Agreement Documents
    NEPA - Cat Ex
    Set of Findings
    Biological Opinion
    The HCP
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    Federal Register Documents
    No info

    Report generated on: February 12, 2016
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