Permit No. 11823-1: Fence Authorization and Relocation


SCH Number
Public Agency
Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Document Title
Permit No. 11823-1: Fence Authorization and Relocation
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
To authorize and relocate an existing iron fence along Garden Highway. The fence will be relocated approximately 20 feet from the centerline of the Highway towards the residence. This is also a "name change" permit and includes conditions that are consistent with current flood control standards and policies of the Central Valley Flood Protection Board. This permit supplements Permit no. 11823 that was issued to Ted and Mary Hillard on January 7, 1977 "To place embankment on berm and construct a house on top, with septic tank, water well and driveways, all on the left bank of the Sacramento River, approximately 1500 feet upstream from Elkhorn Road."

Contact Information

Jennifer Stewart
Agency Name
Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency

Agency Name
Kurt Glassman
Contact Types
Project Applicant


Other Location Info
The project is located about 0.3 miles from the intersection of Elkhorn Boulevard and Garden Highway, northwest of the City of Sacramento, at 6687 Garden Highway in Sacramento County.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
§15301 and §15303
Reasons for Exemption
Board staff has determined the project is exempt from CEQA under the Class 1, existing Facilities, and Class 3, New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures categorical exemptions (CEQA Guidelines § 15301 and § 15303), because the proposed activity consists of permitting and altering the location of an existing fence, which in turn will place a "new" accessory structure on the residential property, and does not result in significant effects to the environment. In addition, an application to change the name of the permittee does not have the potential to result in either a direct physical change in the environment or a reasonably foreseeable indirect physical change in the environment, and thus, is not a “project” for purposes of the California Environmental Quality Act (Public Resources Code § 21065; CEQA Guidelines § 15378(a)). Further, none of the exceptions to the exemption in CEQA Guidelines § 15300.2 apply. Please note, the NOE is not attached. If you would like to request a signed copy of the NOE, please contact Board Staff at:
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