SJFCD Mormon Slough at Levee Mile 33R Critical Levee Repair


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Water Resources (DWR)
Document Title
SJFCD Mormon Slough at Levee Mile 33R Critical Levee Repair
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
The purpose and object of this proposed project is to repair an approximate 600 foot in length critically eroded section on the right bank of Mormon Slough. This project will provide increased flood protection to the eastern portion of the City of Stockton and adjacent residential and farmland areas of unincorporated areas of San Joaquin County.

Contact Information
Deborah Condon
California Department of Water Resources
Lead/Public Agency
3310 El Camino Avenue, Room 180
Sacramento, CA 95821

Phone : (916) 574-1426


San Joaquin

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Declared Emergency
Type, Section or Code
Section 15269(a)
Reasons for Exemption
In late December 2005 and early January 2006 and again from mid-April through early May 2006, a series of unusually heavy and severe rainstorms struck Northern and Central California and caused flooding, mudslides, damaged roads and loss of human life. In response the Governor of California proclaimed six separate States of Emergency for conditions of extreme peril to safety of persons and property that extended to 39 counties. The Governor recognized San Joaquin County as subject to such conditions of peril under his January 13, 2006 and April 10, 2006 Emergency Proclamations. The Governor designated DWR to act on the State's behalf in expediting repair of flood damaged sites and be the lead agency for these declared emergencies. This project will maintain, repair, and restore federal flood control facilities damaged as a result of a disaster in a disaster stricken area, proclaimed by the Governor as an emergency pursuant to the California Emergency Services Act, commencing with Section 8550 of the Government Code. The Mormon Slough levees protect the City of Stockton and surrounding areas. If no repairs are made, condition of the levees will continue to deteriorate and eventually encroach upon and undercut the levee road becoming critical for the levee integrity by the next flood.

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