• Control Methods Test (CMT) Project

    ALL WATERWAYS ARE OPEN TO BOATING

    9.23.22

  • Control Methods Test (CMT) Sites Map

  • TKPOA 2022 Control Methods Test (CMT) Emergency Rule

    Boating Restrictions

    RESCINDED - 9/23/22

     

     

  • Barrier Placement in the Tahoe Keys Waterways

  • Barrier Placement in the Tahoe Keys Waterways:

     

    Treatment Area A (Red) Barrier Placement will impact all homeowners on the following streets:

    • All streets on the west side of Emerald Drive (Garmish Court, Marconi Way, Lido Way, Crystal Court, Kokanee Drive)
    • North side of Kokanee Drive
    • Southern side of Aloha Drive (Aloha Drive, Daggett Court, west side of Carson Court)
    • All streets off of Alpine Drive (Alpine Drive, Cascade Court, Cathedral Court, Genevieve Court)
    • Waterway side of Venice Drive from Lighthouse Shores to Emerald Drive

    Treatment Area B (Green) Barrier Placement will impact all homeowners on the following streets:

    • Eastern side of Lucerne Way
    • Northern side of Venice Drive from the Corner of Lucerne Way and Ala Wai Blvd
    • All of Morro Drive
    • Southern side of Monterey Drive
    • Western side of Danube Drive from the corner of Venice to Monterey Drive

    Treatment Area C (Yellow) Barrier Placement will impact all homeowners on the following streets:

    • Tahoe Keys Blvd from the corner of Venice Drive to Texas Avenue
    • West side of Dover Drive
    • Venice Drive from corner of Tahoe Keys Blvd to approximately 2176 Venice Drive
    • Texas Avenue from Tahoe Keys Blvd to the Lake Tallac Canal
  • Safety Classification, Use Restrictions of Proposed Aquatic Herbicides

     

     

    Herbicide

    Hazard Classification (OSHA) for QAL

    Water Use Restrictions

    (from Product Label)

     

    Trichlopyr Acetic Acid

    Hazardous: Eye irritant

    • Minimum setback of 800 feet from potable water intake required for 1.0 ppm rate
    • No restriction on contact with treated water for potable use or by livestock, pets or other animals
    • No restriction on consumption of treated water for recreational purposes, including swimming and fishing

    Endothall

    Hazardous: Toxic if inhaled

    • Minimum setback of 600 feet from potable water intakes
    • Do not use treated water for animal consumption for 14 days after application at 2.0 ppm rate
    • No restriction on contact with treated water for recreational purposes, including swimming and fishing
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