SCH Number 2017121042
- Long-Term Routine Maintenance Activities for Waterways in Inyo and Mono Counties
- Note: Review Per Lead The city of LADWP proposes to continue ongoing routine maintenance activities on man-made and natural waterways and associated facilities located in Inyo and Mono Counties in order to maintain such waterways and facilities essential to the continued delivery of water for irrigation and domestic use in Inyo and Mono Counties and the city of LA. The waterway network maintained by LADWP includes 1,300 mi of unpaved roads, 450 mi of natural waterways, 84 mi of aqueducts, and 111 miles of man-made ditches and canals with several hundred water diversion. LADWP's ongoing activities include water gathering, water distribution, hydroelectric power production, and continuation of other land uses. For water gathering and distribution, LADWP performs routine maintenance and operations of facilities in Mono and Inyo Counties including about 187 flumes and measuring stations, 190 water intake and diversion structures, more than 60 sand traps or sediment basins, and 30 spillgates.
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|NOD||Los Angeles Department of Water and Power||Routine Maintenance and Infrastructure Replacement for Waterways (Lake or Streambed Alteration Agreement 1600-2018-0113-R6 Amendment 2)|
|NOD||Los Angeles Department of Water and Power||Routine Maintenance and Infrastructure Replacement for Waterways in Inyo and Mono Counties (Lake and Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2018-0113-R6)|
|NOD||Los Angeles Department of Water and Power||Long-Term Maintenance Activities of Waterways in Inyo and Mono Counties|
|MND||City of Los Angeles||Long-Term Routine Maintenance Activities for Waterways in Inyo and Mono Counties|