City of Huron 9th Street Realignment (Federal Project No. STPL-5305(025))


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Huron
Document Title
City of Huron 9th Street Realignment (Federal Project No. STPL-5305(025))
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The existing 9th Street and Huron Avenue intersect Lassen Avenue (SR 269) at angles of 65° and 70°, respectively. The project proposes to realign 9th Street with Railroad Avenue, to eliminate access to Huron Ave from SR 269. The City will be constructing a new La Placita Park in the area between 9th St and Huron Ave. A new park will mean increased numbers of pedestrians, and the intersection needs to be made safer. The realignment would calm traffic around La Placita Park and will fix one of the major misaligned intersections in the center of Huron. Construction activities will include demolition, clearing and grubbing, the installation of 1,338 tons of Class II Aggregate Base, and 399 tons of Type ‘A’ Hot Mix Asphalt. The project will also include the construction of 717 linear feet of concrete curb and gutter, 4,309 square feet of concrete sidewalk, two (2) Case ‘A’ curb ramps and 280 square feet commercial driveway approach.

Contact Information

Angela Hall
Agency Name
City of Huron
Job Title
Assistant City Engineer
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency / Project Applicant


Cross Streets
9th Street at Lassen Avenue (SR 269) and Railroad Avenue, in the City of Huron.
State Highways
State Route 269

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Class 1 Sec 15301; Class 2 Sec 15302; Class 3 Sec 15303; Class 4 Sec 15304
Reasons for Exemption
The proposed project involves the repair/maintenance of existing streets (Class 1); replacement or reconstruction of existing facilities involving negligible expansion of capacity (Class 2); new construction including street improvements (Class 3); and minor alterations to land, which does not involve the removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees (Class 4).
County Clerk


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