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California Department of Parks and Recreation
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The reported Performance Measure results within this Organization are charted here. Results are included for every project that California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR) is the Lead Implementer. To see the full results for a Performance Measure, click the Performance Measure name in the chart title.

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TMDL Performance Measure that tracks the number of public facilities in the Forested Uplands that are retrofitted with BMPs to reduce runoff volumes and remove fine sediment particles and nutrients contained therein. Public facilities are administrative and/or recreational facilities such as parking lots, trailheads, and buildings located on lands owned by TMDL Non-urban Implementing Partners. Maintenance includes repairs and/or improvements to existing stormwater retrofits as needed. 

TMDL Performance Measure that tracks the number of public facilities in the Forested Uplands that are retrofitted with BMPs to reduce runoff volumes and remove fine sediment particles and nutrients contained therein. Public facilities are administrative and/or recreational facilities such as parking lots, trailheads, and buildings located on lands owned by TMDL Non-urban Implementing Partners. Maintenance includes repairs and/or improvements to existing stormwater retrofits as needed. 

The length of stream channel that is restored or enhanced to regain natural or historic function and support species that rely on that habitat. Actions include stream channel reconstruction, creation or improvement of riparian corridor buffers and road crossing improvements. The goals of all actions are to enhance ecosystem health, benefit recreational use and improve water quality.

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Data displayed currently includes improvements accomplished by TMDL Urban Implementing Partners. TMDL Management Agencies are working on update to display only accomplishments completed on non-urban roads.

The amount of forestland roads that are retrofitted or obliterated to reduce stormwater pollution through capital improvements. This PM is reported in three categories of treatment priority based on water quality risk. Treating high-priority roads reduces stormwater pollution and cost-effectively improves the clarity of Lake Tahoe. 

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