SCH Number 2006032004

Project Info

Water Tank Installation Project
The Department of Parks and Recreation proposes to replace the deteriorating potable water storage tanks at Samuel P. Taylor State Park to provide reliable and adequate supplies for park use and fire protection. The project will replace two 40 year old 100,000-gallon redwood storage tanks with two 210,000-gallon steel tanks - Main Tank and Barnabe Tank. The following is a brief summary of the proposed work: - Remove the existing redwood tanks. The existing redwood material and metal will be stored at the Park for potential reuse. The Barnabe tank will be replaced first. - Perform ground excavation, grading and compaction required for construction of the new tanks. - Construct two new 210,000-gallon steel water storage reservoirs on-site. - Perform final grading, roadwork, and landscape improvements as necessary to provide access for maintenance, and restoration of the surrounding natural resources. - Provide equipment staging areas: near the park residences adjacent to Lagunitas Creek and on the leve area downhill from the Barnabe tank site.
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Type Lead Agency Received Title
California Department of Parks and Recreation Water Tank Installation Project
California Department of Parks and Recreation Water Tank Installation Project

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