Regular program accomplishment reporting facilitates program transparency, demonstrates accountability and helps retain support for the expenditure of public funds on water quality improvement actions. These Results pages provide a way to interactively explore TMDL implementation accomplishments. The information is organized by the urban and non-urban pollutant source categories established by the Lake Tahoe TMDL. For more information on how and why tracking and reporting varies between the urban and non-urban pollutant source categories, download the Accomplishments Tracking and Reporting Rationale.
Results are tracked and reported as estimated annual average FSP, nitrogen and phosphorus load reductions and associated Lake Clarity Credit awards from the implementation of controls to reduce stormwater pollutant loads in the urban environment.
Results are reported using a set of relevant performance measures (PMs) that quantify the extent of activities on forestlands to control stormwater runoff from paved and unpaved roads, disturbed areas, and public facilities.
Results are reported for select Environmental Improvement Project (EIP) Performance Measures (PMs) that are closley aligned with the goal of achieving load reductions in the Atmospheric Deposition Source Category.
Performance Measure results are reported that quantifies the extent of stream channel restoration and enhancement activities undertaken to reduce pollutant inputs from eroding banks and beds.