Emergency Repair Work of Santiago Canyon Road, Live Oak Canyon Road, and Trabuco Can yon Road

Summary

SCH Number
2011068040
Lead Agency
Orange County
Document Title
Emergency Repair Work of Santiago Canyon Road, Live Oak Canyon Road, and Trabuco Can yon Road
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
6/6/2011

Document Description
The project consisted of emergency repair work to reopen portions of County Road S18 (the section of Santiago Canyon Road between State Route 241 and Live Oak Canyon Road) and County Road S19 (the Section of Live Oak Canyon Road between Santiago Canyon Road and Trabuco Canyon Road and the entire extent of Trabuco Canyon Road). All work was completed between the dates of December 20, 2010 and January 4, 2011. Governor Brown declared a state of emergency for Orange County on December 18, 2010, in response to the heavy rain falling during this period. Storms and heavy rains fell on santiago Canyon road (County Highway S18) and Trabuco Canyon Road and Live Oak Canyon Road (both part of County Highway S19), in unincorporated south Orange County. Debris, including sedimentation, vegetation, and fallen trees, blocked portions of these County Highways, creating hazardous driving conditions.

Contact Information
Tammy Bragg
Orange County Public Works Department
2301 Glassell Street, Bldg. A
Orange, CA 92865

Phone : (714) 955-0234

Location

Counties
Orange
Other Location Info
Unincorporated

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Declared Emergency
Type, Section or Code
21080(b)(3); 15268
Reasons for Exemption
The emergency repair activities on County Roads 18 and 19 were completed in order to maintain services essential for public health, safety, and welfare during heavy stormes in December 201 and Jaunary 2011. These activities occurred within the Orange County rights-of-way and did not require construction of new facilities.

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