Placer County to provide update on Lower Secline Water Quality Project
General meeting on December 14th
Kings Beach, California – Placer County continues to make progress on its Kings Beach water quality plan and will host a public meeting in December to give residents an update.
The Placer County Public Works Department plans to move forward with the Low Secline Water Quality project, which would pave roads and formalize parking lots on Secline Street and Brockway Avenue in Kings Beach. The project aims to prevent fine sediments from unpaved roads from entering Lake Tahoe through stormwater runoff, thus affecting water purity.
“Cycline Boulevard and Brockway Vista are within 200 feet of Lake Tahoe and are both unpaved or in poor condition, causing severe sediment runoff during storms,” said Placer County engineering director Ryan Decker. “Beyond any access issues, this project is designed to divert runoff, improve the environmental conditions of the lake, and create a stable terrain for residents who walk or cycle in the area.”
North Tahoe Events Center
Join Placer County officials for the latest on the project on Wednesday, December 14, at North Tahoe Events Center, located at 8318 North Lake Blvd. in Kings Beach. Doors will open at 4:30pm and the presentation will start at 5pm. The meeting will also be broadcast virtually via Zoom.
During the meeting, county officials will provide updates on the project’s wastewater hauling, stabilization, revegetation, road runoff treatment, and paving of Cycline Street south of State Route 28.
The project also calls for the paving of 13 existing parking spaces on the lakeside portion of Cycline Street along with the paving of an access road to the sewage lift station in the North Tahoe Utility District, which is located next to the right-of-way.
The plan for the Tahoe Basin area calls for a 10-foot-wide walkway below Brockway Vista, and the project is designed to include the land along the new water quality project and the sidewalk that will accommodate this in the future.
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