2022 Road Repair and Accountability Act (RRAA) Project I


SCH Number
Public Agency
Tulare County
Document Title
2022 Road Repair and Accountability Act (RRAA) Project I
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The Project consists of repairing asphalt materials on multiple segments of existing County roads. The work includes a combination of isolated pavement repairs followed by the installation of new asphalt surfacing. All projects will include corrective work (adding a thin course of granular material for leveling to minimize drop-off heights for overlays) to be performed on the shoulders of the roadways. Furthermore, all newly surfaced roadways will receive new traffic stripes and pavement markings. Efficient and responsive improvements and maintenance of the County road network will enhance the safety and security of the public by improving the access of pedestrians and the transportation infrastructure for the genera 1 population throughout the region. Construction is anticipated to begin during the Spring of 2022 and be completed by Summer of 2022.

Contact Information

Hector Guerra
Agency Name
Tulare County Resource Management Agency
Job Title
Chief Environmental Planner
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Delft Colony. Exeter. Farmersville. Tulare, Traver, Dinuba
Other Location Info
Location I -Road 56 between Avenue 384 and Avenue 400 (State Route 20 I) Location 2 -Road 196 between Avenue 296 (State Route 198) and Diagonal 184B (Lort Drive) Location 3 -Road 180 between Avenue 280 (Visalia Road) and Avenue 296 (State Route 198) Location 4-Road 164 between Avenue 256 and Avenue 276 (City of Farmersville City Limits) Location 5 -Road 156 between Avenue 256 and Avenue 280 (Visalia Road) Location 6 -Road 140 between Avenue 232 (State Route 137) and Avenue 256 Location 7 -Intersection of Avenue 368 and Road 44 Location 8 -intersection of A venue 264 and Road 180 Location 9 -Intersection of Avenue 248 and Road 84 Location 10 -intersection of Avenue 248 and Road 68 Location 11 -Intersection of Avenue 430 and Road 56
Other Information
Project Location -City: Delft Colony. Exeter. Farmersville. Tulare. Traver. Dinuba

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
CEQA Guidelines Class 1 Section 15301 Existing Facilities (c)
Reasons for Exemption
This action is consistent with Class I Section 1530 I, Existing Facilities ( c) Existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities, as activities associated with the project will include replacement of existing facilities with negligible or no expansion of capacity. Also, consistent with Section 15300.4, Application by Public Agencies, the County of Tulare Board of Supervisors adopted an exemption for the construction of the aforementioned facilities per the Tulare County Guidelines for the Implementation of California Environmental Quality Act of 1970, Number 300 Section 111. CATEGORICAL EXEMPTIONS Class I: Existing Facilities (c). As such, Sections 1530 I and 15300.4 are applicable and appropriate for this project.
County Clerk


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