SCH Number 2007042143

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Farron Street Pedestrian and Bike Crossing
The California Department of Fish and Game is executing Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement number 1600-2008-0199-R2, pursuant to Section 1602 of the Fish and Game Code to the project applicant, City of Rocklin. The bridge would have a four-inch thick concrete deck with handrails on each side for pedestrians, and would be anchored to reinforced concrete abutments located outside of Antelope Creek above the ordinary high water mark (OHWM). The bridge deck is proposed to be constructed at an elevation of 209.5 feet on the eastern side of Antelope Creek, and 210.0 feet on the western edge of Antelope Creek. Bridge elevations were selected to minimize backwater effects and to avoid impacts to the 100-year floodplain limits. Rock slope protection is proposed to be placed within the 100-year floodway line adjacent to Antelope Creek, and along all cut and fill slopes. No fill of any kind would be placed below the OHWM. Project implementation would include minor excavation, grading and construction activities associated with the above described project, culminating in a total of approximately 0.85 acre of ultimate disturbance. Grading would not occur in the project area until all existing oak trees occurring within the project area that are to be avoided are adequately protected by fencing. Only those trees designated for removal would be removed during construction. Prior to project construction, a physical barricade would be placed and maintained approximately three-feet beyond the drip line of each oak tree to be avoided. In addition, no construction staging or other types of disturbance would occur within the drip line of oak trees to be avoided.
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3 documents in project

Type Lead/Public Agency Received Title
City of Rocklin Farron Street Pedestrian and Bike Crossing
City of Rocklin Farron Street Pedestrian and Bike Crossing
City of Rocklin Farron Street Pedestrian and Bike Crossing