Trinity Street Area Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project, J.O. #2419-20 (ED-03-14)


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Redding
Document Title
Trinity Street Area Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project, J.O. #2419-20 (ED-03-14)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The City of Redding proposes to replace approximately 9,000 ft. of 6,8, and 12-inch vitrified clay pipe sewer lines. New 8-inch PVC lines will be installed along with new clean-outs and lateral connections. Existing manholes will be repaired as necessary. Trench spoils will be placed directly in trucks and hauled away as property of the contractor. New engineered fill material will be used to backfill the trench. Alleys will be slurry backfilled. A minor amount of storm drain pipe and drainage inlet structures will be replaced. All open trench will either be restored to original condition or covered with steel plates at the end of each day. Portions of the California Center Street alley and the Market Pine Street alley will also be paved. Traffic control and night work will be necessary for portions of the project. All work is located within City and Caltrans ROW and easements, although residents and business owners will be notified prior to project and 1-2 weeks prior to work affecting their properties or business.

Contact Information

Jonathan Oldham
Agency Name
City of Redding
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency



Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
Class 2 exemptions include the replacement or reconstruction of existing facilities, including utilities. All work will occur within paved city streets, graveled alleys, and developed parcels. A storm water pollution prevention plan for a linear underground project will be prepared by the contractor and implemented as required by the City's standard specifications. There are no known sensitive resources such as wetlands, threated or endangered species or their habitats, cultural resources, or sensitive vegetation communities that will be impacted by this project. There are no active hazardous waste sites within the project limits as documented in Geotracker although there are 10 closed sites in the area. Specifications will provide for proper handling of contaminated soils should they be found. There is no reasonable possibility that this project will have a significant effect on the environment.

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