MSHCP

Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP)

The Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) was established in March of 2004. The plan encompasses 1.2 million acres in the western Riverside County and is designated to protect 146 species. The process relies on 2 differing categories of land: those within a criteria cell and those who are not within criteria cells.

Benefits


Some of the benefits of MSHCP include:
  • Certainty of the development process
  • Compliance with MSHCP will provide CEQA mitigation for covered species for private and public projects.
  • Local control of the environmental process
  • Open space secured
  • Step-by-step guide through the MSHCP process (PDF)

MSHCP Reports & Maps


The MSHCP Report Generator provides details on conversation requirements for parcels within the City of Temecula. By entering Assessor Parcel Numbers (APN's) into the Report Generator, applicants can see relevant MSHCP information for their parcel(s). This MSHCP report is should be printed and attached with most Planning Applications.

MSHCP Maps provide more detailed information for applicants who are working through the environmental process and/or due diligence processes.