Basics
Impervious Coverage Retired
Outcome
Project
Square Foot (square feet)
Square feet of existing and potential impervious coverage restored to a naturally functioning state and permanently retired. The purpose of the coverage retirement policies within TRPA's coverage transfer and excess coverage mitigation programs is multi-faceted. Relocating and retiring impervious coverage in the Tahoe Basin works to improve water quality and restore wildlife habitat.
This Indicator is reported in the following LT Info areas:
Status
Impervious Coverage Retired
By:

Environmental Improvement Program

Name Options
Type of Coverage Retired
Existing, Potential
Land Capability of Coverage Retired
1a, 1b, 1c, 2, 3
[4 More Options]
4, 5, 6, 7

No monitoring programs are yet associated with this indicator.

This indicator is related to the following Threshold Reporting Categories. Click the help icon to learn more about a Reporting Category.

Lake Habitat
Stream Habitat
Impervious Cover
Aquatic Invasive Species
Deep Water (Pelagic) Lake Tahoe
Groundwater
Nearshore (Littoral) Lake Tahoe
Other Lakes
Surface Runoff
Tributaries

Associated Programs data not provided.

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