Todd Road Exempt Surplus Land Sale and Summary Vacation of Surplus Sewer Easements


SCH Number
Public Agency
Sonoma County Sanitation District
Document Title
Todd Road Exempt Surplus Land Sale and Summary Vacation of Surplus Sewer Easements
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The property is a 2,062 square foot site containing an abandoned sewer lift station. The South Park County Sanitation District (District) constructed the lift station in 1952 to collect and pump sewage to a sewer manhole at the intersection of Moorland Avenue and West Robles Avenue. In 2009, the City of Santa Rosa constructed the Todd Road Trunk Main, which provided a gravity flow sewage system to service the area previously serviced by the Todd Road Lift Station, making the lift station no longer necessary. The District no longer requires the property to operate the sanitation system. The District also acquired easements over the property that were formerly used to operate the pipelines that connected the sewer lift station to the District’s sanitation system. The connecting pipelines and their appurtenances were also abandoned as part of the Todd Road Trunk Main Project. These easements are similarly no longer needed to operate the District’s sanitation system. Therefore, District staff has determined that selling the surplus property and vacating the easements will have no adverse effect on the sanitation zone.

Contact Information

Connie Barton
Agency Name
Sonoma County Water Agency
Job Title
Senior Environmental Specialist
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency / Project Applicant


Santa Rosa
Countywide, Northern California
Other Location Info
The property is located at 200 Todd Road (Assessors Parcel Numbers. 134-122-005, 065, and 066) at the corner of Todd Road and Moorland Avenue in the City of Santa Rosa. The property is approximately 0.15 miles west of State Highway 101.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
15312: Surplus Government Property Sales
Reasons for Exemption
Pursuant to Section 15312 (Surplus Government Property Sales), the property is no longer necessary for the operations of the District, and is not in an area of statewide, regional, or area-wide concern as identified in CEQA Guidelines Section 15206(b)(5).
County Clerk


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