Phillips 66 Pipeline 200 Repair Site 72, 138, 420 and 450
- SCH Number
- Lead Agency
- Fish & Wildlife 3 (Napa) (California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 3)
- Document Title
- Phillips 66 Pipeline 200 Repair Site 72, 138, 420 and 450
- Document Type
- NOE - Notice of Exemption
- Document Description
- Issuance of a Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2017-0194-R3 is pursuant to Fish and Game Code Section 1602. Alameda County Repairs Site 72, 138, 420, and 450, includes four of a total of 19 pipeline repairs on Line 200. Project is limited to excavating a trench through ephemeral tributaries or channels to repair pipeline anomalies.
- Contact Information
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 3
7329 Silverado Trail
Napa, CA 94558
Phone : (707) 644-2812
- Other Location Info
- Phillips 66 Pipeline 200 Repair Site 72, 138, 420 and 450 (Project) is located at unnamed tributaries to Mountain House Creek and Old River, in the County of Alameda, State of CA; Alameda County Repair Site 72 Lat. 37.7821467, Long. -121.6244434; Alameda County Repair Site 138 Lat. 37.78399537, Long -121.6132789; Alameda County Repair Site 420 Lat. 37.7449713, Long -121.561983; and Alameda County Repair Site 450 Lat. 37.78830267, Long. -121.6572273
Notice of Exemption
- Exempt Status
- Statutory Exemption
- Type, Section or Code
- Reasons for Exemption
- CDFW determined in that capacity that the Project and issuance of this ITP constitutes a Statutory Exemption as defined by CEQA 21080.23; Cal. Code Regs., tit. 14, §15284). Issuance of the ITP, in this respect, is statutorily exempt from further environmental review under CEQA because Cal. Code Regs., tit. 14 §15284 CEQA does not apply to any project consisting of the inspection, maintenance, repair, restoration, reconditioning, relocation, replacement, or removal of an existing hazardous or volatile liquid pipeline or nay valve, flange, meter, or other piece of equipment that is directly attached to the pipeline if the pipeline diameter will not be increased and the Project is not located within the boundaries of an oil refinery and it meets the following criteria: 1) The affected section of pipeline is less than eight miles in length and actual construction and excavation activities are not undertaken over a length of more than one-half mile at a time. 2) The affected section of pipeline is not less than eight miles distance from any section of pipeline that had been subject to this exemption in the previous 12 months. 3) The project is not solely for the purpose of excavating soil that is contaminated by hazardous materials. 4) To the extent not otherwise required by law, the person undertaking the project has, in advance of undertaking the project, prepared a plan that will result in notification of the appropriate agencies so that they may take action, if necessary, to provide for the emergency evacuation of members of the public who may be located in close proximity to the project, and those agencies, including but not limited to the local fire department, police, sheriff, and CHP as appropriate, have reviewed and agreed to that plan. 5) Project activities take place within an existing right-of-way and that right-of-way will be restored to its pre-project condition upon completion of the project. 6) Project applicant will comply with all conditions otherwise authorized by law, imposed by the city or county as part of any local agency permit process, and to comply with the Keene-Nejedly Endangered Species Act (Fish and Game Code Section 2050, et seq.), other applicable state laws, and all applicable federal laws.
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