Data Collection Relating to the Camino del Mar Bridge-Additional Test Borings


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Del Mar
Document Title
Data Collection Relating to the Camino del Mar Bridge-Additional Test Borings
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Seven exploratory test borings would be conducted in the existing City right-of-way (AC pavement or concrete bridge deck) to assess conditions for the proposed Camino Del Mar Bridge replacement. This exploratory field testing and sampling would help confirm the physical properties of the material where the replacement bridge piers and abutments would be located. The data collection activity over 7 days would not result in a serious or major disturbance to public access or an environmental resource.

Contact Information

Kathleen A. Garcia
Agency Name
City of Del Mar
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Del Mar
San Diego
Other Location Info
Adjacent to the Camino del Mar Bridge over the San Dieguito River

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
Measures are being incorporated to ensure no impacts to sensitive resources. A steel casing unit used at the bridge deck would be sealed to prevent any water or soil material from leaking. Material would be retrieved using a vacuum system and mud circulation box on plastic sheeting to prevent overspill. A qualified biologist will confirm absence of sensitive animal species prior to commencing drilling to avoid indirect noise impacts. No sensitive biological resources/habitat are located in boring locations.


Notice of Exemption

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