Carr-Fire Pollution Mitigation Project: Post Fire Response


SCH Number
Public Agency
Western Shasta Resource Conservation District
Document Title
Carr-Fire Pollution Mitigation Project: Post Fire Response
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
As a result of the 2018 Carr-Fire in Shasta County, a number of large culverts were damaged and rendered inoperable. In addition to the risk of flooding and loss of ingress or egress to property owners within the burn area, water quality of numerous Sacramento River tributaries face impacts related to increased road crossing erosion and related increases in sediment loading if these culverts become plugged and either overtopped or washed out. Carr-Fire Pollution Mitigation Project: Post Fire Response Project work includes the replacement of 8 damaged/destroyed road culverts and related infrastructure (such as trash racks) located throughout the Carr Fire burn area. Note: See NOE for full description.

Contact Information

Chester Anderson
Agency Name
Western Shasta Resource Conservation District
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Other Location Info
Old Shasta

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Declared Emergency
Type, Section or Code
21080b3, 15269a
Reasons for Exemption
(a) Projects to maintain, repair, restore, demolish, or replace property or facilities damaged or destroyed as a result of a disaster in a disaster stricken area in which a state of emergency has been proclaimed by the Governor pursuant to the California Emergency Services Act... In addition, the provisions of 15269 include: (c) Specific actions necessary to prevent or mitigate an emergency. This does not include long-term projects undertaken for the purpose of preventing or mitigating a situation that has a low probability of occurrence in the short-term. Note: See NOE for full details.

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