Filbert Avenue Traffic Signal Installation Project

Summary

SCH Number
2005038400
Lead Agency
Sacramento County
Document Title
Filbert Avenue Traffic Signal Installation Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
3/28/2005

Document Description
The project includes installation of a new traffic signal, and ADA compliant sidewalk ramps/landing pads and new asphalt overlay within the project limits at the intersection of Filbert Avenue/Casa Robla High School driveway and Oak Avenue. The project will require minor widening of the roadways, which will result in removing and replacing drainage culverts. In addition one 18-inch live oak tree will be removed; however, the project includes planting eighteen 15-gallon native oak trees on the adjacent park grounds. Right-of-way (613 sf) will be acquired from the Orangevale Park District at the southeast corner of Oak Avenue and Filbert Avenue in order to improve the dirt corner that is currently being used by students and other pedestrians waiting to cross the street. A 1,804 sf electrical easement will also be acquired from Casa Robla High School for signal maintenance.

Contact Information
Joyce Horizumi
Sacramento County Dept. of Environmental Review
827 7th Street, Room 220
Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone : (916) 874-7914

Location

Counties
Sacramento
Other Location Info
Community: Orangevale

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15301
Reasons for Exemption
The project consists of minor alterations to existing public facilities. The project is consistent with the provisions of section 15301; therefore, the project is exempt from CEQA.

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