Cache Creek North Levee Setback Project - Critical Erosion Site Levee Miles 3.9 Left Bank & 4.2 Left Bank

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Summary

SCH Number
2008102072
Lead Agency
Water Resources, Department of (California Department of Water Resources)
Document Title
Cache Creek North Levee Setback Project - Critical Erosion Site Levee Miles 3.9 Left Bank & 4.2 Left Bank
Document Type
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Received
Present Land Use
Agricultural Preserve(A-G), Agricultural Exclusive (A-E), and Agriculture (AG)

Document Description
The proposed project would consist of two setback levees constructed at critical erosion sites (LM 4.2L) along the north bank of Cache Creek. The setback levee at LM 3.9L would be approximately 1,259 feet in length, and would be approximately 670 feet in length. The levee would be between 40 and 50 feet wide at the base. Three 10-foot-wide notches would be cut into the existing levee to provide drainage for the levee setback areas. To allow construction of setback levee LM 3.9L, an approximate 1,300 foot-long stretch of County Road 17a would be relocated immediately north of the existing road and would be approxiamtely 1,100 feet long.

Contact Information
Deborah Condon
California Department of Water Resources
2825 Watt Avenue, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95821

Phone : (916) 574-1426

Location

Cities
Woodland
Counties
Yolo
Cross Streets
County Road 17a and County Road 99a
Zip
95695
Total Acres
11
Parcel #
02716005, 02717039, & 002
State Highways
I-5, Hwy 13
Railways
Southern Pacific
Schools
Migrant Headstart Psch
Waterways
Cache Creek
Township
10N
Range
2E
Section
RioJes
Base
MDB&M

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Reviewing Agencies
California Department of Parks and Recreation California Highway Patrol California Public Utilities Commission Central Valley Flood Protection Board Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 2 Department of Toxic Substances Control Department of Water Resources Native American Heritage Commission Office of Historic Preservation Regional Water Quality Control Bd., Region 5 (Sacramento) Resources Agency State Lands Commission Caltrans, District 3
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