Laurel Mountain Road Rehabilitation and Sidewalks


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Mammoth Lakes
Document Title
Laurel Mountain Road Rehabilitation and Sidewalks
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The proposed project will rehabilitate approximately 1,800 feet of existing asphalt pavement roadway that is badly deteriorated and has poor ride quality due to cracking and uneven patch material. The need for this project is heightened because of the heavy snow fall and therefore conditions of roads worsen rapidly. The road also serves as an important link between residential and commercial districts, including a new affordable housing development, and already sees significant pedestrian and bicycle traffic, thus increasing the need for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure. New bike lanes and sidewalks are considered on the east and/or the west side of the road and would be constructed within existing roadway, driveway, and parking areas.

Contact Information

Sierra Shultz
Agency Name
Town of Mammoth Lakes
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Mammoth Lakes
Other Location Info
Laurel Mountain Road from Main Street (SR 203) to Sierra Nevada Road in Mammoth Lakes.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Repair and minor alteration of existing facility, Sec. 15301(c)
Reasons for Exemption
The proposed project involves repair and reconstruction of existing asphalt pavement that is badly deteriorated and has poor ride quality due to cracking and uneven patch material. In addition, there are minor alterations including minor grading, curb and gutter, and sidewalk within the existing roadway and section that consists of road, driveways, and parking spaces. As such, the project represents negligible expansion of an existing use.
County Clerk


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