Monday, October 15, 2018

view of public fishing piers at Oroville Wildlife Area

Public Access Development Program

Project Criteria

  • Projects must be supported by an existing or demonstrated wildlife oriented public access need in the area.
  • Project improvements must be opened to the public during normal operation hours, in most cases daylight hours, sunrise to sunset.
  • Projects must be ADA accessible, when applicable.
  • Project Proponents must demonstrate an ability to maintain and operate the improvements over the management term (25 years).
  • Projects must be reviewed and supported by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  • Project improvements should be designed to ensure long-term life, with minimal repairs, maintenance and upkeep.

Desirable Features

  • Projects that accommodate multiple wildlife-oriented public access uses.
  • Projects with matching funds, with 50% being the preferrred amount.
  • Projects where all CEQA, designs and permitting are, or will be, completed prior to WCB funding the project; in these cases the cost to complete these tasks can be accounted for as project proponent match.
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