Oakland Vegetation Management Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) Documents

Here you will find documents related to the Oakland Vegetation Management Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR).

Please note that all documents with the text "(DEIR)" are part of the Draft Environmental Impact Report. If you would like to view and download all chapters (main body) of the DEIR as a single file, please visit this link here. Please note that the DEIR has Appendices. A link to the Appendices is also provided below.

Documents

Supplemental Notice of Availability (NOA): Notice of Extended Comment Period for the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the Oakland Vegetation Management Plan (PDF)

The purpose of this Supplemental NOA is to announce that the City has extended the comment period from 45 days to 60 days to allow the public and interested parties additional time to comment on the DEIR for the VMP. The original comment period in the initial NOA was from November 24, 2020 to 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 7, 2021, a total of 45 days. This comment period has now been extended to 5:00 p.m. on Friday, January 22, 2021.

Oakland Vegetation Management Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Scoping Comment Period Extension (PDF)

The purpose of this second, supplemental NOP is to extend the comment period to allow the public and interested parties additional time to comment on the scope of the Draft EIR for the OVMP and to correct the below name and email address of Angela Robinson Piñon, the person receiving comments during the scoping period. The original comment period in the initial NOP was from Friday, November 1, 2019 to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 2, 2019, a total of 31 days. This comment period has been extended to 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 12, 2019.

Notice of Preparation of a Draft EIR for the Oakland Vegetation Management Plan – November 1, 2019 (PDF)

The Notice of Preparation announces that the City of Oakland will be preparing an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Oakland Vegetation Management Plan (Plan). The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that the “leady agency”, which is the City of Oakland, host at least one “scoping meeting” on the Plan. The purpose of the scoping meeting is to hone in on what information and analysis should be included in the EIR.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan Appendices - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan Public Meeting Presentation - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan Fact Sheet #2 - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan Comment Card - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan Posterboards - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan Fact Sheet #1 - May 2018 (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan June 2017 Stakeholder Briefing Summary (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan March 2017 Stakeholder Briefing Presentation (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.

Draft Vegetation Management Plan March 2017 Stakeholder Briefing Summary (PDF)

This Vegetation Management Plan (VMP) outlines a framework for managing fuel loads and vegetation arrangements on City-owned properties and along roadways in the City’s Very High Wildfire Hazard Severity Zone (VHFHSZ) and acknowledges that vegetation is a dynamic component to wildfire hazard necessitating an adaptive management approach.