Gold Ridge RCD Americano Creek Watershed Gully Stabilization

Summary

SCH Number
2007018118
Public Agency
Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District (GRRCD)
Document Title
Gold Ridge RCD Americano Creek Watershed Gully Stabilization
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
1/19/2007

Document Description
This project consists of the stabilization of two 2000 ft. long gullies after the removal of buried tires that were placed in the gullies for erosion control. The two gullies drain an area of 100 acres. Using regional hydrologic data, the flow expected from a 100 year storm would exceed 50 cubic feet per second. The upper half of both gullies have an average slope of 12%; the lower half 8%. Figuring the channel dimensions, the 100 year flow of 50 cubic feet per second, and soil texture; the maximum slope for a lined channel would be 8%. Grade stabilization measures would need to be taken on slopes greater than 8%. Compacted earth fill and a series of rock grade stabilization structures, will be installed in parts of the gullies that exceed 8%. 1,120' will be treated by this method in gully "A" and 890' in gully "B". Thirty rock structures will require a total of 2,750 cubic yards of rock, 4' diameter or less. Additionally, 5,400 cubic yards of compacted earth fill are required. The channel in between grade stabilization structures will be lined with 2-6" cobble, requiring 1,800 yards. The flatter part of the gullies below the grade stabilization structures will be lined with a coir erosion control blanket, requiring 32,000 sq. ft. All disturbed areas not covered by rock, cobble, or erosion control blanket will be seeded with a native seed blend, fertilized and mulched.

Contact Information
Lisa Hulette
Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District
Lead/Public Agency
P.O. Box 1064
Occidental, CA 95465

Phone : (707) 874-2907

Location

Cities
Petaluma
Counties
Sonoma

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15304
Reasons for Exemption
Revegetation with erosion control crops and stabilization of the eroding pasture qualify as minor alterations to the land that do not affect sensitive resources.

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