Parks and Recreation, Department of
(California Department of Parks and Recreation)
Picnic and Campsite ADA Modifications
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Improve access at the day use picnic area and campsites at Bothe-Napa Valley State park to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the "California State Parks Accessibility Guidelines". Work will:
At Campsites #9, 37 & 42:
-Import approximately 100 cu yards of gravel to level and stabilize the campsite areas.
-Reconfigure the layout at each campsite site.
-Excavate approximately 10" deep and 2.5' in diameter to install a new fire ring and 24" in diameter to install a table anchor for a new ADA compliant table.
At #42 - Add gravel to level a 33' x 22' parking area.
At Three Water Stations:
-Remove existing asphalt to install 8'x8' wide by 6" deep concrete slabs and excavate up to 30" in diameter to install a new dry well sump drainage system at each station.
Day Use Picnic Areas:
- Remove vegetation and import 60 cu yards of gravel to build a pathway 60" wide and approximately 300' long to connect 6 picnic sites, a water station and the restroom.
-Excavate to level six approximately 20'x20' sites, import approximately 30 cu yards of material each and compact to add six picnic sites;
- Excavate 24" deep by 6" in diameter to install the pedestal barbeques and 24" in diameter for the table anchors at the 10 new picnic sites:
-At four existing picnic sites - excavate up to 6" deep to install borders and fill each 9'x8' area with approximately 1.2 yds of gravel and excavate 24" to install the new barbeque posts.
Picnic Area Restroom:
-Excavate up to 16" deep to connect a new drinking fountain to an existing drain pipe, excavate to install an 8' wide by 8' long and 6" deep concrete pad to relocate a drinking fountain 15 ft' to the north.
Project consists of the repair, maintenance and minor alteration of existing public structures and facilities involving negligible expansion of use beyond current levels included as "modification of existing facilities for handicap access" in the Department of Parks and Recreation's list of exempt activities in accordance with CCR 15300.4, and the minor alteration in the condition of land and vegetation that does not involve removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees.