The proposed project consists of excavating approximately 22,770 cubic yards of sediment from the channel bottom of Sheep Creek, between SR 138 to 1,000 feet north (downstream) of Phelan Road. The total length of the project is 3,200 linear feet. The footprint of excavation will be 30 feet wide by 4 feet deep. The native sediment will be placed on the east side of the excavation footprint to form a five foot high earthen levee with approximately 1:1 side slopes. In order to protect the levee from erosive flows and breeching, the San Bernardino County Department of Public Works proposes placement of native rock slope protection along the interior levee slope.
Other ActionOther Action: Construct Flood Control Improvement
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