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Title:
RD 2035 Joint Intake and Fish Screen Project EA/IS
Site:
Summary:
Reclamation proposes to provide cost-share funding to RD 2035 through its Anadromous Fish Screen Program for replacing their existing unscreened intake structure on the Sacramento River with a new screened intake structure facility that meets the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) and National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries) anadromous fish screen criteria. Reclamation’s involvement is limited to contributing up to 50% of the cost of the fish screen based on the total cost of screening associated with the historical peak diversions at the existing RD 2035 intake. This funding will be provided by Reclamation under Section 3406(b)(21) of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act which authorizes the Department of the Interior to develop and implement measures to avoid losses of juvenile anadromous fish resulting from unscreened diversions on the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and their tributaries.

Status:
11/21/2013:
The FONSI was signed on 11/19/2013

01/28/2013:
Draft EA/IS was available for review from May 1, 2012 to June 1, 2012. Final EA/IS under preparation.

Contacts:
Shelly Hatleberg
Phone: (916) 978 5050
Fax: (916) 978-5290

List of Available Reports
 
Report Title
File Ext
File Size
File with .pdf extension FONSI - RD 2035/Woodland Davis Clean Water Agency Joint Intake and Fish Screen .pdf 458.80KB 
File with .pdf extension EA - RD 2035/Woodland Davis Clean Water Agency Joint Intake and Fish Screen .pdf 6,647.26KB 
File with .pdf extension RD 2035/Woodland Davis Clean Water Agency Joint Intake and Fish Screen Draft Initial Study/Environmental Assessment .pdf 4,920.40KB