Reclamation District No. 2028 plans to rehabilitate the north and south sides of Bacon Island’s levee system, approximately 3.5 miles in length, to sustainably achieve the minimum requirements of Bulletin 192-82 standard. The sections of levee along Connection Slough and Santa Fe Cut on Bacon Island are generally narrow with over-steepened slopes, susceptible to erosion, seepage, and slope instability. To meet these minimum levee design standards and to improve emergency access and levee performance, the levees will be widened and raised, a toe berm constructed, revetments installed on waterside slopes, and a landside stability berm installed. Bacon Island is located in the central Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, approximately halfway between the city of Antioch to the west and Stockton to the east, in San Joaquin County, California. It is situated south of Mandeville Island, west of Mildred Island and Lower Jones Tract, north of Woodward Island, and east of Holland Tract.
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