SCH Number 2006042174


Project Info

Title
Stevens Creek Corridor Park Master Plan and Restoration Plan Initial Study
Description
The City of Cupertino (the City) requested a Streambed Alteration Agreement to undertake a restoration project on a 100 foot long segment of Stevens Creek within the City's Steven's Creek Corridor Park where a much larger restoration project is currently under construction. This restoration project would include the removal of a 45-foot long by 10-foot wide retaining wall (450 sq ft) on the west bank; the removal of a 100-foot long by 10-foot (1,000 sq ft) wide section of rock rip rap on the east bank; slope toe reinforcement with boulders, the excavation of soil from 2.5 horizontal to 1 vertical bank; placement of a 48-foot long by 5-foot wide steel stringer, clear span pedestrian bridge; and revegetation of the site with native riparian corridor plants. The project is situated on a portion of the park property known as The Blackberry Farm, formerly a picnic area located at 21975 San fernando Avenue in Cupertino in Santa Clara County. The California Department o Fish and Game is Executing a Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement Number 1600-2008-0383-3 pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to the Project Applicant, Terry Greene, City of Cupertino.
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4 documents in project

Type Lead Agency Received Title
City of Cupertino Stevens Creek Corridor Park Restoration
City of Cupertino Stevens Creek Corridor Park Master Plan and Restoration Plan Initial Study
City of Cupertino Stevens Creek Corridor Park Master Plan and Restoration Plan Initial Study
City of Cupertino Stevens Creek Corridor Park Master Plan and Restoration Plan Initial Study

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