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Rancho Jamul Mitigation Bank, Phase IIB

  • California
  • San Diego County

 

The 250-acre Rancho Jamul Mitigation Bank included the re-establishment, rehabilitation, and enhancement of riparian and wetland habitat within the Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve in San Diego County.

The Bank was approved in 2000. Phase IIB is currently under review with the regulatory agencies: California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Los Angeles District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (“USACE”), Region IX of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“USEPA”), San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (“RWQCB”), and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (“CDFW”), South Coast Region. The service area for The Waters of the U.S. and RWQCB Waters of the State Primary service area includes portions of the San Diego River 8-digit HUC (18070304) and Cottonwood Creek-Tijuana River 8-digit HUC (18070305); the Secondary service area includes the remaining 10-digit HUCs within the San Diego River and Cottonwood Creek-Tijuana River 8-digit HUCs as shown in the service area map. The CDFW Waters of the State service area corresponds with the Waters of the U.S. and RWQCB Waters of the State Primary service area.

Note: The use of credits within the Primary and Secondary Service Areas are at the discretion of the applicable regulatory agency(ies) and may be subject to limitations; please contact us for more information.