FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT – Office of Financial Assistance

Date of Posting: 12/22/2022

Incline Village General Improvement District

CARSON CITY, NV — The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) Office of Financial Assistance has determined the project for Incline Village General Improvement District is eligible for a Finding of No Significant Impact as defined by the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 445A.742 to 445A.762.

Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID) currently operates a publicly owned wastewater treatment facility in Incline Village, Nevada. IVGID serves a population of about 9,462 persons with 8,010 connections within the IVGID service area. The IVGID effluent pipeline has a total length of 21 miles. The section affected by this project, is approximately 33,000 feet in length, or 6.25 miles. The existing steel pipeline has experienced multiple leaks and failures due to corrosion and has been partially replaced in other segments in ongoing projects. In addition to the benefits to the population of the IVGID service area, rehabilitation of the pipeline will benefit the environment of the Lake Tahoe watershed by reducing the risk of wastewater effluent spillage. IVGID is eligible for a traditional loan of $52,740,000 from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund as outlined in Nevada’s Intended Use Plan, available online at

Consultation with appropriate cross-cutting agencies will be completed prior to signing a final commitment of financial assistance. No wetlands, floodplains, agricultural lands, or significant fish or wildlife species or habitats are affected by the project. No national landmarks or property with nationally significant historic, architectural, prehistoric, archeological, or cultural value will be affected by the project. The State Historic Preservation Office concurrence will be obtained prior to commencing the construction of the project. Native American entities that may have interest in the general project area will be given an opportunity to provide their comments and feedback. Best management practices will be utilized during construction.

Persons wishing to obtain further information regarding the project should submit their comments no later than January 23, 2023. Comments can be made via email,, or via mail:

Elizabeth Kingsland

Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Office of Financial Assistance

901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001, Carson City, NV 89701-5249

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