The Small Erosion Repair Program (SERP) is a streamlined regulatory review/authorization process designed to use programmatic authorizations issued by federal and state agencies to facilitate implementation of annual repairs of small erosion sites on Sacramento River Flood Control Project levees in accordance with conservation-based design and monitoring standards to protect environmental resources. Projects that qualify under SERP would be eligible to receive authorization within a shortened time frame because they are designed to minimize effects on fish and wildlife resources, including listed species, and to protect and enhance the existing aquatic and riparian habitats comprising the riverine corridor.
California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of State Parks, Division of Boating and Waterways, California Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Planning (DOT), California Highway Patrol, California Native American Heritage Commission (NAHC), California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5 (RWQCB), Delta Protection Commission, Delta Stewardship Council, Office of Emergency Services, California, Office of Historic Preservation, Resources Agency, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Water Quality, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Habitat Conservation Planning (CDFW), California State Lands Commission (SLC), Central Valley Flood Protection Board
State Reviewing Agency Comments
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Habitat Conservation Planning (CDFW), California State Lands Commission (SLC), Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Other (Levee Maintenance)
Air Quality, Biological Resources, Cultural Resources, Cumulative Effects, Drainage/Absorption, Flood Plain/Flooding, Geology/Soils, Hydrology/Water Quality, Noise, Vegetation, Wetland/Riparian
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