RD 1614 Smith Tract (Streambed Alteration Agreement No. SJN-14086-R3)


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Bay Delta Region 3 (CDFW)
Document Title
RD 1614 Smith Tract (Streambed Alteration Agreement No. SJN-14086-R3)
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption

Document Description
A homeless camp located along Smith Canal, just west of I-5, has caused erosion and degradation of slope stability from Levee Station 62+30 to 67+50. 18:minus riprap will be placed on the waterside slope and larger 1/5 to 1 ton boulders will be scattered near the crown of the levee to deter the homeless from building encampments in the area again. The project will require minor regrading of the slope to re-establish a consistent grade for placement of the rock slope protection, as well as a keyed area at the bottom of the slope to hold rock in place so as to stay above the mean high water level with placement. Trash within the project area will be removed by a local non-profit group called San Joaquin Delta Neighborhood Watch, along with assistance from the City of Stockton Public Works, and City of Stockton Police.

Contact Information
Dave Contreras
Environmental Scientist
Lead/Public Agency
2825 Cordelia Road, Suite 100
Fairfield, CA 94534

Phone : (209) 234-3431


San Joaquin
San Francisco Bay Area
Cross Streets
southern levee of Smith Tract Reclamation District just west of the I-5 highway
Smith Canal a tributary of the San Joaquin River

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Reasons for Exemption
Maintenance of existing facilities.


Notice of Exemption
EPIMS-SJN-14086-R3_NOE   PDF 233 K

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