Elk Creek Forest Fire Station Barracks Replacement

Summary

SCH Number
2006058150
Lead Agency
Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of (Cal Fire)
Document Title
Elk Creek Forest Fire Station Barracks Replacement
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
5/12/2006

Document Description
Demolish existing combination barracks/kitchen building built in the 1950's. Replace this structure with a new barracks that will have a somewhat larger footprint. Replace existing sidewalks and blacktop surfaces associated with the fire station operation. Install a new 20,000 gallon water storage tank. Build a flammable materials storage building, pumphouse and generator building. Replace a failing 2,300 foot two-inch water line that connects the fire station to the community water system. Reinstall an existing (failing) leach field. Project work includes site preparation to install the above facilities. After construction, new landscaping shrubs, trees and grass will be planted.

Contact Information
William E. Snyder
Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
P.O. Box 944246
Sacramento, CA 94244-2460

Phone : (916) 653-4298

Location

Counties
Glenn

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15302
Reasons for Exemption
Project involves replacement of an existing substandard fire station barracks with a modern structure that meets safety and access regulations. The replacement facility will be used for the same purpose as the fire station that has been used during the previous half century. Site preparation activities such as grading and trenching will occur in areas previously disturbed. Native ecosites have already been substantially displaced by existing pavement and exotic landscaping. During waterline replacement, areas covered by (mostly exotic) annual grasses will be cleared, but will revegetate during the following growing season. The activities from this project do not result in the taking of sensitive species or significant erosion or sedimentation of surface waters. There will not be a significant impact to cultural or historic resources.
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