The City of San José is proposing to repair San José Family Camp facilities that were damaged during storm events in February 2017. Excessive rains and high velocity flows in the Middle Fork of the Tuolumne River, as well as abundant debris lodged in the river channel, caused the river to overflow its banks and damage camp facilities. Facilities that were damaged include the Family Camp seasonal pool area’s north and south side rock retaining walls as well as the concrete retaining wall adjacent to the Family Camp play area, which are all located within and along the banks of the Tuolumne River; the adjacent play area fort structure located outside of the river bank; and the shallow pool play area (including the associated shallow play area steps) located within a shallow section of the Tuolumne River along the north side retaining wall. The City is planning to repair and replace these facilities as part of the Proposed Project. In addition, the City would update these facilities to be ADA compliant.
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