Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians Bank Stabilization (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2017-0907-R1)


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Fish & Wildlife 1E (Eureka) (California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 1E)
Document Title
Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians Bank Stabilization (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2017-0907-R1)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
The California department of Fish and Wildlife has executed Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement number 1600-2017-0907-R1, pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians, represented by Mr. Michael Hunter. The project is limited to one encroachment. The first phase of the project extends and improves an existing road in order to access the channel of West Fork Russian River for a seperate bank stabilization project on tribal land downstream. Concurrently, or at the completion of the downstream project, approximately 350 linear feet of river bank will be graded to a 2:1 or greater slope stabilized with a willow wall and native plantings, and the toe may be stabilized with a small amount of rip rap, as necessary. The access road within the bank will be graded over and planted as a part of this 350 linear feet. Up to 25 trees may be trimmed or removed for this project. Plantings and the care and monitoring of the revegated area will be as per the Clean Water Act Section 319 Grant.

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

Phone : (707) 964-7683


39.255120°'"N 123.204367°'"W
Cross Streets
0.5 miles east of State Street and Coyote Valley Blvd
Salt Hollow Creek and West fork Russian River

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
class 33 - S: 15333
Reasons for Exemption
The project seeks to curtail erosion on a bank of the West Fork Russian River by grading the bank to a gradual slope, installing a willow wall and a minimal amount of rip rap, and planting with native riparian vegetation. There would be no significant adverse impact on endangered, rare, or threatened species or their habitat.

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