Cottles Trail-Bicycle and Pedestrian path Improvements and State Route 120 Undercrossing


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Oakdale
Document Title
Cottles Trail-Bicycle and Pedestrian path Improvements and State Route 120 Undercrossing
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
The Proposed Project consists of the construction of a new pedestrian trail crossing under State Route 120. The ADA improvements and undercrossing will provide pedestrian safety and connectivity to the existing Cottles Trail.

Contact Information
Mark Niskanen
City of Oakdale - Public Services Department
Lead/Public Agency
455 S. Fifth Avenue
Oakdale, CA 95361

Phone : (209) 845-3641

City of Oakdale Public Services Department, 455 S. Fifth Avenue, Oakdale, CA 95361
Project Applicant


State Highways
State Route 120
Stanislaus River
Other Location Info
Intersection of State Route 120 and Stanislaus River, adjacent to the existing Cost Less Shopping Center, in the City of Oakdale

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 150301 (c)
Reasons for Exemption
CEQA Section 15301 "Existing Facilities", states "Class One consists of the operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, licensing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures, facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical feature, involving negligible or no expansion of existing or former uses. The types of "existing facilities itemized below are not intending to be all-inclusive of the types of projects which might fall within Class One. The key consideration is whether the project involves negligible or no expansion of use."


Notice of Exemption
2020100435_NOE_Cottles Trail-Bicycle   PDF 1216 K

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