Agate Beach Trail Re-Route


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Document Title
Agate Beach Trail Re-Route
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Reroute the agate Beach Trail 50 feet to the southeast of the previous trailhead, upslope and on stable ground in Patrick's Point State Park to provide safe beach access after a coastal bluff failure caused approximately 50 ft. of trail to fail and to prevent further damage to the resources from way trails. Work will construct 350 ft. of new trail with full bench construction, 5 ft wide and surfaced with a 3-inch layer of compacted 3/4" minus crushed shale aggreagte to reestablish connectivity with the existing trail; build two, 10-ft redwood handrails sections, one at the south entrance of the old alignment and one at the north end, to prevent further use of the old alignment, manually excavate 120 yards of material and place on the old trail alignment to facilitate sheet drainage.

Contact Information

John E. Harris
Agency Name
California Department of Parks and Recreation
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Other Location Info
Patrick's Point State Park

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15301, 15304 - Class 1 & 4
Reasons for Exemption
Repair and minor alteration of existign public facilities involving negligible expansion of use beyond current levels and minor public alterations in the condition of land, water, and/vegetations, which do not invovle removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees except for forestry and agricultural purposes included as "trail or road repairs" and "trail construction or realignment" in the Department of Parks and Recreation's list of exempt activities in accordance with CCR Section 15300.4.

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