The application for this project is currently undergoing an environmental review.
Staff intends to bring the application to the Planning Commission for their recommendation in Spring 2020.
The public is invited to submit comments at any time throughout this process. See below for more information.
Teichert Materials has submitted an application (Zone File #2018-078) requesting approval of a new 30-year Mining Permit and Reclamation Plan, as well as additional associated entitlements, to mine aggregate (rock, sand, and gravel) on approximately 277 acres ("Project Site") of a 319-acre agriculturally-zoned property for the purpose of supplying aggregate material to its existing Woodland aggregate processing facility.
The Project Site is located approximately three miles west of the City of Woodland, in unincorporated Yolo County. It is generally bounded by County Road (CR) 94B to the west, Cache Creek to the north, and CR 22 to the south.
It is proposed that, at the conclusion of mining activity, the mined land will be reclaimed to agriculture and a mix of habitat uses, including lake, grassland, riparian woodland, and native landscape.
County staff will be undertaking a comprehensive analysis of this application to ensure compliance with the County’s Cache Creek Area Plan, General Plan, zoning regulations, California Surface Mining and Reclamation Act, and California Environmental Quality Act. An environmental impact report will be prepared and circulated for public and agency review.
For more information on this project, please contact:
Stephanie Cormier, Principal Planner - Stephanie.Cormier@yolocounty.org - (530) 666-8041