The City of Burlingame is proposing a stormwater flood alleviation project that entails excavating sediments from an existing storm drain ditch parallel to and between the Caltrain tracks and CA Drive. The ditch drains storm water flows westward into Sanchez Creek from approximately Oak Grove Avenue. Several local storm drains discharge into this ditch along its length. This ditch maintenance will facilitate storm water drainage into Sanchez Creek from the surrounding developed areas to the south and alleviate flooding. A new box culvert will also be installed under Carolan Avenue parallel to and north of the Caltrain tracks to replace portions of an existing 54" reinforced concrete pipeline.
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