Accessible Fish Dock
Fish & Game Eastern Sierra-Inland Deserts Region
Accessible Fish Dock
NOE - Notice of Exemption
The project proposes to construct an accessible fishing dock, which will be approximately 126 ft in total length, and include 3-4' x 3', which will be underwater at piers supported by concrete pedestals measuring approximately 12' x 15' x 3', which will be underwater at depths of approximately 4 ft and 9 ft below the high pool lake elevation of 3353 ft, 1-12' x 20 fishing float, 1-6' x 35' concrete ramp connecting the dock to existing sidewalk just west of the swimming beach at the Sawpit day use area at Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area (SRA). The bicycle path railing repair portion of the project will replace a total of approximately 3800 linear ft of railing at 16 locations on the northerly an southerly paths, and a total of approximately 400 linear ft of railing will be placed in 3 new locations. Portions of the paths, and slopes damaged by erosion will be repaired, and drainage improvements will be made to reduce future erosion. At 17 locations, planting retaining walls which will range in length from 10 to 80 ft for a combined total of 581 linear ft, will be placed adjacent to the path in areas where the slope has eroded away. At two other locations (300 linear ft), rip rap will be placed at the base of lakeshore "bluffs" (8 to 20 ft in height); the interstices will be filled with soil and live willow cuttings will be placed in the rip rap. New culverts wil be placed in 5 locations to repair erosion damage and reduce future erosion.
California Department of Fish & Game Eastern Sierra-Inland Deser
Notice of Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
The project proposes the construction of limited new facilities and the installation of new, small structures.
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