Online System for Customer Applications and Records (OSCAR)
Welcome to OSCAR, the Commission’s Online System for Customer Applications and Records. Through OSCAR the Commission can accept and process applications and jurisdictional inquiries. Once an application is submitted the applicant can revisit OSCAR to check on the status of the application. Below is a brief video that explains how to use OSCAR.
Rent & Benchmark Information
Rent / Benchmarks
- Napa River – Category 2
Update to Lake Tahoe Rent Methodology Study - Public Comments and Repsonses
The Commission is updating its 2012 Category 1 Lake Tahoe Berths and Buoys benchmark rental rates and establishing a Category 2 Lake Tahoe benchmark rental rate for non-water-dependent uses. These rates are used to determine rent or other compensation as part of a lease with the Commission for the occupation and use of state-owned land in Lake Tahoe and Donner Lake. The Commission retained an appraiser to review the current rent methodology used to calculate rental rates. The study also provides an independent, third-party evaluation of various rent methodologies and recommends a rent-setting methodology and benchmark rates going forward.
Commission staff will consider the Lake Tahoe Rent Methodology Study as one component in staff’s recommendation for an update to the benchmark rental rates and a recommendation for establishing a benchmark rental rate for non-water dependent uses. Staff will review other components and present a recommendation to be considered by the Commission at an upcoming 2021 virtual public meeting. Below is a link for the study including responses to public comment. Public comments on the study were accepted through January 31, 2021.
As part of the leasing process, lease applicants or project proponents may be required to obtain permits from national, state, or local agencies having jurisdiction over the project. Below is a list of other regulatory agencies:
- California Coastal Commission
- California Department of Conservation (CDOC)
- California Department of Fish & Wildlife (CDFW)
- California Regional Water Quality Control Boards
- Central Valley Flood Protection Board (CVFPB)
- National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC)
- Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA)
- United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
- United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS)