The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has executed Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement (EPIMS-SHA-32116-R1), pursuant to Fish and Game Code section 1602, the project Applicant, City of Redding. The project is limited to replacement of the existing Eastside Road Bridge over Canyon Hollow Creek. The project will replace the existing 27-foot wide and 55-foot long two span concrete slab bridge with a 48-foot wide and 63-foot long two-span cast-in place reinforced concrete slab bridge. The proposed structure will provide two 12-foot travel lanes, 8-foot shoulders, and concrete barriers. A 6-foot-wide sidewalk will be constructed on the east side of the bridge to accommodate pedestrian traffic, and the new bridge will have a width of 48-feet and 11-inches between the edges of deck. The overall superstructure depth is 1- foot and 5-inches, with a total length of 63 feet. The soffit elevation of the proposed bridge will be raised approximately two feet to pass the 100-year flood event with no freeboard. Approximately 300 feet of road will be reconstructed at both approaches to raise the road to the higher bridge elevation and conform to the new bridge width.