South Bridges Maintenance


SCH Number
Public Agency
California Department of Transportation, District 1 (DOT)
Document Title
South Bridges Maintenance
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
Work for the proposed project will occur at seven locations in Mendocino County. The project locations are situated at MEN-101 R5.94, 10.68, R22.16, R26.16, R31.88, R32.82 and MEN-20 R37.9. The project locations are situated in the central portions of Mendocino County, California. This project proposes completing preventative maintenance on five bridges. Work completed by the South Bridges Project will include polyester concrete overlays, replacing joint seals, cold planning 0.33-25 feet of existing deteriorated AC at structure approaches departures and replacing it with 0.33-25 feet Hot Mix Asphalt (Dense Graded). Other work includes installing construction area signs and placing traffic striping. Staging is anticipated to utilize paved shoulders developed gravel turnouts. With the exception of construction area signs, no soil or vegetation disturbance will occur outside of the pavement limits. All work will be withing the existing Stathe right of way. Project maintains original line and grade and original purpose of the facility. No work will alter existing drainage patters or result in increased runoff. No drainage impacts to properties outside State right of way are anticipated. No modifications will be required to existing storm water runoff conveyance facilities.

Contact Information

Coady Reynolds
Agency Name
DOT, Caltrans
Job Title
Associate Environmental Planner
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Unincorporated area
Northern California
State Highways
Route-101 and Route-20

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
14 CCR § 15301(c)
Reasons for Exemption
Existing facilities.


Notice of Exemption

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