The 2017 winter storms caused significant damage in many locations to the facilities of the State Plan of Flood Control (SPFC). The damage to these facilities, which are mostly levees, require rehabilitation before the beginning of the 2018 flood season; otherwise, extreme emergencies may develop. The Permittee has identified priority sites within the Sacramento and San Joaquin SPFC facilities, and RD2085 U01 LM3.75 ( DWR_RD2085_01_R_2012_01), hereafter referred to as project, is one of those priority sites.
This project will repair a waterside erosion by reconstructing the levee bench with soil filled rockfill above water surface and launch rock and rock below water surface. The length of the repair will be four hundred and ninety one linear feet, and cover 0.57 acres fir repair and 0.46 acres for staging area. The reconstructed bench and levee slope will conform to the pre-storm event failure of existing berm and levee toe. In-water work required to place clean rock to re-establish rapidly eroding berm and buttress the levee slope fill and soil filled rock above water elevation.
At river mile 0.82,on the right bank. USGS quad "Vernalis"
Notice of Exemption
Type, Section or Code
S: 21080; 15269
Reasons for Exemption
This project will repair flood protection damages as a result of a disaster stricken area caused by the 2017 atmospheric river storm in which a state of emergency has been proclaimed (Proclamation of State of Emergency signed January 23, 2017 by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.)
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