11/22/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The following EIP Projects were updated since Wednesday, November 15, 2017:
11/8/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The following EIP Projects were updated since Wednesday, November 1, 2017:
11/1/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The following EIP Projects were updated since Wednesday, October 25, 2017:
10/4/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The following EIP Projects were updated since Wednesday, September 27, 2017:
10/2/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The Environmental Improvement Program (EIP) Project Tracker was one of 15 exceptional projects recognized by the TRPA Governing Board as "Best in Basin" at their meeting on September 27, 2017.
Now in its 27th year, TRPA’s Best in Basin awards program each year showcases projects around the lake that demonstrate exceptional planning, implementation, and compatibility with Tahoe’s natural environment and communities.
The 15 public and private project implementers recognized with Best in Basin awards restored streams and wetlands, cleaned contaminated properties, built bike trails and shared-use paths, improved forest health and community wildfire preparedness, reduced stormwater pollution that harms Lake Tahoe’s famous water clarity, and revitalized communities.
“People are making tremendous progress to restore and conserve Lake Tahoe’s natural environment, improve the vitality of our communities, and make the region more sustainable,” said Joanne S. Marchetta, executive director of TRPA. “The amount of partnership and collaboration demonstrated by this year’s award winners, and the number of privately funded projects, shows Lake Tahoe is working together like never before.”
A map of all Best in Basin projects, photos, and information about projects is available online at www.trpa.org/best-in-basin-map/.
9/27/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The following EIP Projects were updated since Wednesday, September 20, 2017:
9/26/2017 | Lake Tahoe Info
LT Info has been updated with several new features:
The EIP Project Tracker has a new look-and-feel
Over the past 3 years, LT Info has grown dramatically. To keep up with the changing times, the EIP Project Tracker has been updated with a fresh new look that is consistent with more recent additions to LT Info such as the Stormwater Tools and the Monitoring Dashboard
The new look matches the current style used throughout LT Info, but maintains a consistent color palette and other design queues to provide a sense of continuity with the original design. Please take a look and let us know if you have any feedback.
Separate EIP and Transportation project lists
The EIP 5-year list and the TMPO transportation project list were both previously managed in the EIP Project Tracker. However, the planning horizon for many transportation projects is outside the 5-year time frame used by EIP. There are now separate project lists for each program. Many transportation projects are also on the EIP 5-year list, and these projects can now be accessed from both the EIP Project Tracker and the soon-to-be-unveiled Transportation Tracker.
As part of this shift, projects now live in the LT Info Data Center, rather than being wholly contained within the EIP Project Tracker. The Data Center is the one-stop-shop for data that is shared across LT Info areas and throughout the Tahoe basin.
The LT Info Data Center has it's own distinct look-and-feel, and the Project Update and Proposed Project workflows look a little bit different now that they have a new home in the Data Center. However, with the changes to the EIP Project Tracker the overall user experience is predictable and consistent.
New Navigation Menus
Now that the Proposed Project and Project Update workflows are part of the LT Info Data Center, it is more important than ever to ensure a consistent and predictable user experience no matter where you are working within LT Info. We've updated navigation throughout the site with updated menu structure that should make it easy to understand where you are, and how to get where you want to be.
We hope you enjoy these new features! Please use the Request Support if you have any questions or feedback on these changes. We look forward to working with you to update projects on the upcoming EIP Reporting Season, starting 11/1/2017.
- The LT Info team
9/25/2017 | EIP Project Tracker
The EIP project "P026: Sources of Highway Runoff Fine Suspended Particulates in Stormwater and Streams of the Tahoe Basin. " has been added to the 5-year Project List. View the Fact Sheet to learn more.