The Shoreline Plan allows for a maximum of 10 new public piers and 128 new private piers. Up to 12 new private piers may be permitted every two years with any remaining balance rolling over to subsequent years. The Shoreline Plan prioritizes multiple-use private piers that serve two or more property owners. Of the 128 additional private piers, no more than 20 percent (25 piers) may be single parcel piers.

If fewer than 12 additional piers are permitted in a given two-year period, remaining piers from that two-year period will be available during the subsequent two-year period.

Information about the annual allocation schedule, permitting, location, eligibility, and public piers, see the Shoreline Implementation Program.

2021 Pier Lottery Results

2021 Pier Lottery Results

During this pier allocation period (2021-2022), TRPA may allocate eight multiple-parcel piers. TRPA reviewed the submitted proposals based on the prioritization criteria in the code, which resulted in awarding 5 multiple-parcel pier applications the opportunity to submit a complete New Pier Application to TRPA. There were 27 projects tied for the 6th, 7th, and 8th, multiple-parcel pier allocation, which was decided by a random drawing on July 20, 2021. The projects which may continue to submit a full application by Jan. 20, 2022 are listed below:

TRPA File Number                 Subject APN(s)
PREC2021-0773                      090-231-014, -015, 038, & -039
PREC2021-0857                      093-072-039 & -040, 093-094-001
PREC2021-0684                      094-140-032, -033, & -034
PREC2021-0805                      097-122-010, 025, & -027
PREC2021-0867                      016-091-020 (legal lots of record 23, 24, & 25)
PREC2021-0648                      123-211-01 & -02
PREC2021-0682                      1418-27-210-009 & -010
PREC2021-0808                       090-324-002 & -003

During this pier allocation period, TRPA allocated four single-parcel piers. TRPA performed a random drawing of the submitted proposals based on the code, which resulted in awarding four single-parcel pier applications the opportunity to submit a complete New Pier Application to TRPA. The projects which may continue to submit a full application by Jan. 20, 2022 are listed below.

TRPA File Number                 Subject APN(s)
PREC2021-0652                     085-050-033
PREC2021-0662                     115-050-034
PREC2021-0840                     1418-10-801-006
PREC2021-0848                     093-072-041

 

2019 Pier Lottery Results

2019 Pier Lottery Results

During this pier allocation period (2019-2020), TRPA allocated seven multiple-parcel piers. TRPA reviewed the submitted proposals based on the prioritization criteria in the code, which resulted in awarding six multiple-parcel pier applications the opportunity to submit a complete New Pier Application to TRPA. There were 23 projects tied for the seventh multiple-parcel pier allocation, which was decided by a random drawing on July 17, 2019. The projects which could submit a full application by Jan. 17, 2019 are listed below:

TRPA File Number                 Subject APN(s)
PREC2019-0545                    122-181-65
PREC2019-0563                    123-041-18
PREC2019-0567                    1318-03-110-019
PREC2019-0588                    085-280-043
PREC2019-0485                    123-032-21
PREC2019-0489                    090-231-047, 090-231-050
PREC2019-0520                    117-010-014, 117-010-015

During this pier allocation period, TRPA allocated five single-parcel piers. TRPA performed a random drawing of the submitted proposals based on the code, which resulted in awarding five single-parcel pier applications the opportunity to submit a complete New Pier Application to TRPA. The projects which could continue to submit a full application by Jan. 17, 2019 are listed below.

TRPA File Number                 Subject APN(s)
PREC2019-0477                    116-220-049
PREC2019-0482                    098-210-002
PREC2019-0534                    016-101-92
PREC2019-0578                    016-131-07
PREC2019-0579                    094-160-013