Zerker Road Rehabilitation - STA 133+00-168+00

Summary

SCH Number
2020090551
Lead Agency
Shafter, City of (City of Shafter)
Document Title
Zerker Road Rehabilitation - STA 133+00-168+00
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Received
Posted
9/29/2020
Project Applicant
City of Shafter

Document Description
Reconstruct approximately 0.66 miles of Zerker Road, including paved turnouts to access road connections located on the north and south sides of the project area. Work includes removing the existing road section and shoulders and replacing with asphalt concrete over Class II base, installing new rumble strips and striping. All work will occur within the existing 60-foot road right-of-way. The asphalt concrete, base material, and concrete removed during construction will become the responsibility of the contractor who will either properly dispose of or recycle the material.

Contact Information
Suzenne Forrest
City of Shafter
336 Pacific Avenue
Shafter, CA 93263

Phone : (661) 761-5002

Location

Cities
Shafter
Counties
Kern
Other Location Info
Within the existing road right-of-way of Zerker Road beginning approximately 400 feet north of the Friant-Kern Canal and continuing north approximately 0.66 miles to the north section line of Section 22 and 23 of T28S, R26E, MDB&M; also, being along the common section line of Sections 22 and 23, T28S, R26E MDB&M.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
(Section 15301 (c))
Reasons for Exemption
The project involves reconstruction of an existing City street. The work will not result in any expansion of the roadway beyond the boundaries of the existing right-of-way or increase the number of existing travel lanes. There is no possibility that the proposed reconstruction of an existing street, shoulders, and paved connector road turnouts, or installing new rumble strips and striping will have an significant effect on the environment regarding aesthetics, biological resources, hazardous materials, mineral resources, public services, utilities, agricultural resources, cultural resources, hydrology, water quality, wetlands, noise, or recreation. The project work will occur within the existing road right-of-way. The project is not increasing the number of traffic lanes or the traffic speeds in the area. There are no visual resources that will be affected by the project. There are no sensitive species, habitat, listed critical habitat, or wetlands on, adjacent to, or near the project. No trees or tree branches will be affected or removed by the project. No property will be acquired for the project. No materials will be discharged into water resources or wetlands. No utility lines, poles, trees, fences, mail boxes, or traffic signals will be affected by the project. There are no hazardous materials sites on, adjacent to, or near the project site. No farmland will be affected by the project. No structures will be removed or relocated by the project. No mineral resources will be affected by the project. Therefore, it can be determined with certainty that there is no possibility that the proposed street reconstruction project will have a potential effect on the environment.

Attachments

Notice of Exemption
2020090551_Zerker Road Rehabilitation   PDF 1509 K

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