Section 14-1545.1 - Stream and Lake Protection (California Code of Regulations)

§ 14-1545.1. Stream and Lake Protection

(a) Throughout the course of the project, the applicant shall keep all streams and lakes below the stream and lake transition line free of slash, debris, and other material that will harm fish, wildlife, or other beneficial uses of water. Accidental deposits will be removed immediately.

(b) No tractors, trucks, cars, and other machinery shall be serviced adjacent to lakes or streams, or within wet meadows and other wet areas, or in other areas where such servicing will permit grease, oil, or fuel, or other toxic substances to enter lakes or streams or wet areas.

(c) Except when performing fish and wildlife habitat improvement practices or forest land conservation practices, heavy earth-moving equipment working on the project area shall be prohibited from working within 50 feet (15.24 m), slope distance, of the stream or lake transition line. Wider protection zones may be required following an environmental review of the project conducted according to 14 CAC 1532.2.

(d) The participant shall be responsible for complying with applicable sections of the Fish and Game Code and local ordinances.

Note: Authority cited: Section 4799.02, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 4799 and 4799.01, Public Resources Code.

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