Stagecoach and Smith & Rincon Lift Station Coating Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Corona
Document Title
Stagecoach and Smith & Rincon Lift Station Coating Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The Stagecoach and Smith & Rincon Lift Stations Rehabilitation Project aims to address the deteriorating conditions of these essential wastewater management structures. The project involves removing the existing epoxy coating, preparing the surfaces, and applying a new layer of polyurethane epoxy coating. This rehabilitation will enhance the longevity and reliability of the lift stations, ensuring their efficient operation. The project benefits the operational staff by reducing maintenance challenges and ensures reliable wastewater services for the community.

Contact Information

Aftab Hussain
Agency Name
City of Corona
Job Title
Maintenance Manager
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Other Location Info
Stagecoach Lift Station at 2220 Stagecoach Drive, Corona, CA, 92878. Smith & Rincon Lift Station at 1500 West Rincon Street , Corona, CA, 92878

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Article 19, Class 2 (Replacement or Reconstruction) , Section 15302.c
Reasons for Exemption
The Stagecoach and Smith & Rincon Lift Stations Rehabilitation Project is exempt as it involves the application of a new epoxy coating within the existing infrastructure, without significant expansion or environmental impact. The project will be conducted within the current footprint of the lift stations, ensuring no additional environmental disturbances, including noise. This coating application is crucial for maintaining operational reliability and efficiency, aligning with routine maintenance and enhancement of existing public utility structures, without adverse effects on the surrounding area.
County Clerk


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