Egan Water Diversion and Stream Crossings Project (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2017-0547-R1)

Summary

SCH Number
2018038021
Lead Agency
Fish & Wildlife 1E (Eureka) (California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 1E)
Document Title
Egan Water Diversion and Stream Crossings Project (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2017-0547-R1)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received

Document Description
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has executed Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement number 1600-2017-0547-R1, pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to Mr. Dan Egan. The project is limited to four encroachment to unnamed tributaries to Poison Oak Creek. One encroachment is for water diversion for domestic use and irrigation. Work for the water diversion will include replacement of the existing structure and use and maintenance of the new diversion infrastructure. Two proposed encroachments are to upgrade existing undersized culverts. Work for these encroachments will include excavation, culvert removal and replacement, backfilling and compaction of fill, rock armoring as necessary to minimize erosion and hydrologically disconnecting road approaches. The final encroachment is to remediate an altered section of stream bank and riparian zone. Work will include removal of man-made debris, bank stabilization, and revegetation with native plants.

Contact Information
Ryan Bourque
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 1E
Eureka Office 619 Second Street
Eureka, CA 95501

707 441-2064

Location

Coordinates
40.3367°'"N 123.9122°'"W
Counties
Humboldt
Parcel #
211-151-017, 211-553-004
Waterways
Poison Oak Creek
Township
1S
Range
2E
Section
36
Base
HBM
Other Information
Weott, CA

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
class 21 - S: 15321
Reasons for Exemption
The project proposes to remediate impacts from unpermitted stream channel modifications and water diversion. The project will improve the natural flow in streams and minimize sediment from entering streams.
Download CSV New Search