Note: Supplemental MND
The proposed project consists of repairing an erosion site through the installation of a ScourStop channel at the top of the scarp, placing vegetated mechanically stabilized earth (VMSE) along the erosion site, and constructing a longitudinal stone toe at the base of the site. Placement of the VMSE would restore the slope of the bank to match the slope upstream and downstream of the erosion site, as well as help retain soil placed as part of the project. The longitudinal stone toe would retard erosion from fluvial forces, boat wake, and discharged flows from the ScourStop channel, and provide a platform to anchor instream woody material. These repairs would address the existing erosion problems, enhance fish habitat values, and prevent future erosion from encroaching on the levee, the levee maintenance road, and the adjacent recreation features.
Sacramento River, American RIver, Sacramento Bypass
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Other (Erosion Site Repair)
Other ActionOther Action: Erosion Repair
Air QualityArchaeologic-HistoricBiological ResourcesGeologic/SeismicMineralsNoisePublic ServicesSoil Erosion/Compaction/GradingToxic/HazardousTraffic/CirculationVegetationWater QualityWetland/RiparianLand UseCumulative Effects
California Air Resources BoardCalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife, North Central Region 2California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Highway PatrolCalifornia Native American Heritage CommissionCalifornia Public Utilities CommissionCentral Valley Flood Protection BoardDelta Protection CommissionDepartment of Toxic Substances ControlOffice of Emergency Services, CaliforniaOffice of Historic PreservationResources AgencyCalifornia State Lands CommissionCalifornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Sacramento Region 5
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