Work will include road re-route, stream restoration, road removal and rehabilitation on South Fire Road at Sugar Pine Point State Park.
-Re-route approximately 5005 square feet on the South Fire Road to bypass eroding and undercut existing road at Sugar Pine Point State Park. Cap road tread with Class 2 road base. Install fill drainage lense and two culverts at 400 square foot stream crossing. Heavy equipment will construct the re-route.
-Restore approximately 1000 square feet of small stream reach crossing the existing South Fire Road to its natural course, drainage pattern and vegetation. Remove plugged culvert and create a shallow channel following the seasonal stream's natural course. Install a series of rock step pools to gradually lower the seasonal stream's natural course. Install a series of rock step pools to gradually lower the seasonal stream water. Replace and anchor tree and/or brush revetments along the embankment of General Creek to stabilize and prevent future erosion.
-Remove approximately 3896 square feet of existing eroding road with heavy equipment. Rehabilitate by re-contouring the ground to match the surrounding area and topography and to restore sheet flow drainage. Place native mulch, wood logs and locally natural debris on site to prevent erosion and to naturalize the area.
-If project activities should expose any cultural resources, work will cease until the find is assessed by a DPR-qualified Archaeologist. The District Archaeologist will determine an appropriate data treatment program and implement protective measures.
Project consists of repair and minor alteration of existing facilities and topographic features involving no expansion of use beyond existing levels, included as "road repairs" on the Department of Parks and Recreation's List of exempt activities, in accordance with CCR Section 15300.4 and minor public alterations in the condition of land, water, and/or vegetation which does not involve removal of healthy, mature or scenic trees.
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