San Bruno Mountain Habitat Conservation Plan

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Site Activity Review

The site activity review (SAR) process is used to review projects that are minor in scale, yet have potential to impact sensitive habitat areas within the San Bruno Mountain HCP area. Those interested in this performing any work that would disturb habitat in the conserved habitat should submit the San Bruno Mountain HCP Site Activity Review Application. Application processing will take a minimum of one month.

Documents

Staff administers the San Bruno Mountain HCP by reporting to the HCP Trustees (made up of the County Manager, and City Managers of Brisbane, Daly City and South San Francisco), providing oversight of the Habitat Manager, and interacting with the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

Core Documents

Annual Reports

The Parks Department prepares an annual report pertaining to vegetation and species covered by the HCP.

Management Approach & Projects Documents

Learn more about the habitat management approach associated with the San Bruno Mountain Habitat Conservation Plan and related projects that benefit the endangered species that call the mountain home and the unique collection of vegetation communities.

San Bruno Mountain Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) was formed to provide assistance in the reporting of research, monitoring and habitat enhancement, and to report on the Plan’s scientific effectiveness and costs. The committee is currently chaired by the Director of San Mateo County Parks and participants include staff from the County (Plan Operator and Habitat Manager), weed control and restoration sub-contractors, and representatives of volunteer groups that are active on the Mountain, namely California Native Plant Society (CNPS) and San Bruno Mountain Watch. Formerly active organizations that participated on the TAC include Heart of the Mountain and the Friends of San Bruno Mountain. The TAC meets quarterly to review and recommend to the HCP Trustees annual and long-term management plans, review contractors proposed scopes of work, and initiate research to meet HCP goals.

San Bruno Mountain Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) Trustees

The San Bruno Mountain HCP Trustees oversee implementation of the San Bruno Mountain Habitat Conservation Plan. Trustees work in consultation with the Habitat Manager, the County of San Mateo, and the Technical Advisory Committee to determine and approve work programs to address needs identified through the Plan's monitoring program.

HCP Trustees Meeting Documents

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