Napa County has completed a Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) analyzing the potential environmental impacts of the Syar Napa Quarry Expansion project, which provides for an approximate 124-acre expansion of the surface mining and reclamation plan associated with aggregate processing, production, and sales. The project would expand the existing 497-acre Syar Napa Quarry and allow mining to continue for a 35 year term, including an increase in the mining depth from between approximately 300 feet and 150 feet above mean sea level (msl) to no greater than 50 feet above msl, and an increase in sales of aggregate and aggregate related materials from current levels of approximately 1 million tons per year up to approximately 2 million tons per year. The Syar Napa Quarry project site is located on the east side of State Highway 221 at its intersection with Basalt Road (between Kaiser Road and Streablo Drive).
On January 7, 2015, a public hearing will be conducted by the Napa County Planning Commission to consider the FEIR and associated Surface Mining Permit.
Various documents related to this project are provided below. Many of these documents are large files. If you have difficulty downloading any of the documents listed, a CD of the information can be requested by visiting our public counter or contacting Don Barrella or Brian Bordona (707-259-5935 or email firstname.lastname@example.org) directly.
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