Leo Carrillo State Park, Sequit Bluffs Fence Replacement Project
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- Parks and Recreation, Department of (California Department of Parks and Recreation)
- Document Title
- Leo Carrillo State Park, Sequit Bluffs Fence Replacement Project
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Document Description
- The project involves replacing dilapidated fencing along designated trails located on Sequit Bluff in Leo Carrillo S.P. The fencing was originally placed along these trails to discourage widespread off trail usage in this heavily visited area. Off trail usage contributes significantly to erosion along the edge of the bluff near sensitive cultural and natural resources. The majority of the existing fence is constructed of t-stake fence posts connected with 3 strands of wire. This original fence material has deteriorated over time due to corrosion hastened by the marine environment. In many places the connector wire and/or t-posts has rusted through or is completely missing. The old t-take fencing will be removed with minimal ground disturbance by cutting and gathering all remaining wire fragments and using t-post pulling tool. Posts that break at the base rather than pulling free due to advanced corrosion will be hammered flush to the ground. The fence will be replaced with corrosion resistant "thimble eye" anchor rod and 3/8 in. guy wire similar to the fencing. It will be installed by driving the anchor rods into the ground approximately 2 ½ ft. at 12 ft. intervals using a simple post pounding tool. The guy wire will be strung through each of the anchor rods to complete the fence. There are also some 2 ¼ in. galvanized posts anchored to the ground in a cement footing along the existing fence lines. In some instances it may be advantageous to use these posts with the new fence, and in other cases posts may be removed.
- Contact Information
California Department of Parks and Recreation
1416 Ninth Street P.O. Box 942896
Sacramento, CA 94296-0001
Phone : (818) 880-0350
- Los Angeles
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Categorical Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Class 2 Section 15302
- Reasons for Exemption
- No potential for significant impacts to the environment is anticipated. A resource ecologist will ensure avoidance of significant impact to natural resources. An archaeologist will ensure avoidance of significant impacts to cultural resources. New structure will be located on the same site as the structure and will have substantially the same purposed and capacity as the structure replaced (Class 2).
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