American River Watershed Common Features (ARCF) 2016 Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Document Title
American River Watershed Common Features (ARCF) 2016 Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The proposed work would include approximately 20 geotechnical investigations (borings and/or trenches) located north of the existing Sacramento Weir and Bypass. The investigations would be performed during late October 2019 through November 2019. Borings would be drilled to a depth of approximately 50 to 100 feet. Woody vegetation , such as trees and shrubs, would not be impacted as part of the proposed work. The actual number, depth, and locations of borings would be determined in the field based on factors including existing conditions, physical access, safety and environmental concerns, and nature of underlying material.

Contact Information

David Martasian
Agency Name
Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency

Agency Name
Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Contact Types
Project Applicant


West Sacramento
Other Location Info
The proposed project is located West of Old River Road, North of County Road 126, South of 22076 Old River Road, and East of County Road 124.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15304(f): Minor Alterations of Land
Reasons for Exemption
The project consists of subsurface data collection and will not result in any significant impacts to environmental resources. Following the completion of each boring, the hole would be backfilled and returned to pre-project conditions. Drilling fluid and cuttings would be disposed of at an off site location. The data obtained from this work will be used to support project planning and engineering design.


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