Fall Fire Salvage Exemption for the Issuance of Streambed Alteration Agreement

Summary

SCH Number
2008108374
Lead Agency
Fish & Game #2
Document Title
Fall Fire Salvage Exemption for the Issuance of Streambed Alteration Agreement
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
10/24/2008

Document Description
The project proposes to construct four temporary stream crossings for fire salvaging operations in the area of the 2008 Fall Fire. Project 1 proposes to rock an area where a small seep drains across the road. Project 2,3, and 4 proposes to install a temporary 6" culvert to allow spring seeps that have been created from leaks originating from the Bowman-Spaulding Canal to flow under the road during timber salvage operations. Water will be temporarily diverted using a water sock while installing the temporary culvert pipe. Small ditches approximately 12" deep will be dug for placement of the pipe and then covered with 6-9 inches of 2-4" rock. Once operation are complete, the two rocked dips at project 1 will be re-contoured at the two locations where water crosses the road, if necessary, to keep water moving through the currently utilized drainages. Temporary culverts at Projects 2, 3 & 4 shall be removed and the existing rock used to cover the culverts will be re-contoured as natural dips for water channel water across the road to existing utilized drainages.

Contact Information
Rhianna Lee
California Department of Fish and Game
North Central Region 1701 Nimbus Road, Suite A
Sacramento, CA 95670

Phone : (916) 358-2301

Location

Counties
Nevada

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 4, Section 15304
Reasons for Exemption
The project will construct four temporary crossings to ford unnamed tributary to Fall and Canyon Creeks, located within the area of the Fall Fire in 2008. The crossing will be returned to a natural state after the work is completed and will improve the original drainage character and capacity as prior to project. The project shall adhere to the conditions of the Lake and Streambed Alterations.
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