Colma Creek Flood Control Channel Maintenance Project
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
The Colma Creek flood control channel provides flood protection for residents and businesses in the communities near the channel in South San Francisco, Colma, and Daly City. The primary objective of the project is to conduct maintenance activities as necessary along approximately 5.4 miles of the channel to provide adequate flood conveyance capacity. The project would primarily include removing localized sediment along the channel bed in a concrete-lined portion of the channel and repairing or replacing degraded culverts and blocked culvert outfalls. Other routine maintenance activities proposed include vegetation management; repair or maintenance of concrete/hardened channel banks and bed; installation and maintenance of trash capture devices; removal of accumulated debris; installation and repair of fences; repair of access roads; and graffiti removal.
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