3 edition of Contingency action plan for Calaveras Dam evaluations found in the catalog.
Contingency action plan for Calaveras Dam evaluations
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Calaveras Dam Rebuild Satellite After $m and 7 years, this , ' tall dam has been rebuilt to safely store 31 billion gallons of water during earthquakes up to a magnitude on the Calaveras Fault that runs ' away. Calaveras Dam is located on Calaveras Creek in the Diablo Mountain Range in Alameda County, California, approximately 12 miles south of the City of Pleasanton and miles east of the City of Fremont. Calaveras Dam forms Calaveras Reservoir, which is .
Calaveras Cement Dam: San Andreas: Cherokee Dam: Angels Camp: Christensen Number 1 Dam: San Andreas: Copperopolis Dam: Copperopolis: Emery Dam: Calaveritas: Ferrario Dam: Wallace: Fly in Acres Dam: Stanislaus: Forest Meadows Dam: Murphys: Goodwin Dam: Knights Ferry: Hein Dam: Wallace: Hogan Dam: Valley. around the Alameda Creek Diversion Dam as part of the future operations plan for the Calaveras Dam Replacement project. As further described below, the releases and bypasses are required by regulatory permits for the Calaveras Dam Replacement project. The SFPUC Water System Improvement Program and the Alameda Creek Recapture Project.
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CALAVERAS DAM REPLACEMENT PROJECT ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COAST STEELHEAD 1 INTRODUCTION This chapter provides a discussion on the project background, the purpose of the adaptive management implementation plan (AMIP), the approach for the AMIP process, and key uncertainties to be resolved.
PROJECT. We will be presenting information on the Calaveras Dam Replacement Project (CDRP). The Calaveras Reservoir is the SFPUC's largest local reservoir and it allows for storage of 96, acre feet, providing 40 percent of local water storage and 66 percent of local water yield. Inthe SFPUC lowered.
RESTORATION PLAN CALAVERAS DAM REPLACEMENT PROJECT Prepared for San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Market Street, 5th Floor San Francisco, CA Contact: Kelley Capone December Broadway, Suite. An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a formal but simple plan that identifies potential emergency conditions that could occur at a dam, and prescribes procedures to follow to minimize loss of life and the potential for property damage.
Ideally, the design, construction, operation, maintenance,File Size: KB. This multi-hazard functional plan outlines the functions, responsibilities, and regional risk assessments of Calaveras County for large scale emergencies (i.e.
wildland fires, hazardous materials incidents, flooding, dam failure, light airplane crashes, etc.). This Plan.
planning and design of a dam, up to development of conceptual plans. Once an application for a dam construction permit is submitted to the DSO, the project enters the plan review process. The steps involved in the plan review process are discussed in detail in Section 3, Plan Review.
Contingency action plan for Calaveras Dam evaluations book County General Plan Documents Planning Documents and other information for Calaveras County General Plan Update June At Calaveras GP Evaluation, At CPC Comments on Draft G.
P., At Maurer Release Cover Memo, Construction Contingency – A standardized markup applied to the construction cost of a project that accounts for uncertainties in quantities, unit costs, and minor risk events that typically take place during construction.
Refer to the. Plans Preparation Manual, Sectionfor guidance on estimating construction contingency. and construction of dam-related engineering projects anticipated to cost up to $ contingency, profit, and other owner costs are addressed as they relate to responsible cost estimating.
Examples of Work Breakdown of a cost estimate and is not intended to support bid evaluations. 3 STAGES OF PROJECT DESIGN AND ASSOCIATED ESTIMATES. If you have any questions regarding this page please contact the Clerk to the Board of Supervisors Office at (), or Calaveras County Clerk to the Board of Supervisors at Mountain Ranch Road, San Andreas, CA An illustration of an open book.
Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Calaveras Dam replacement project: final conceptual engineering report, dam and appurtenant structures".
Calaveras Dam Replacement Project EIR z C.2 Memorandum: Evaluation of Proposed Mitigation Areas for the Calaveras Dam Replacement Project z C.3 Evaluation of the Proposed Koopmann Road Mitigation Area for the Calaveras Dam Replacement Project D. Hydrology Modeling D.1 Water System Modeling and Analysis Conducted for the CDRP Impact.
Attachment B: Evaluation of Wetlands Associated with Reservoir Operations for Calaveras Dam Replacement Project. Attachment C: Final Conceptual Restoration Plan, Calaveras Dam Replacement Project.
Attachment D: Sunol Region Mitigation and Monitoring Plan. Attachment E: Sunol Region Habitat Reserve Program Long-Term Management Plan. please refer to the Emergency Action Plan. Plan Organization The Plan is intended to be used by O&M personnel as a guide for operating, maintaining and monitoring the dam.
As such, it is presented in sections specific to each system component and/or necessary activity. The Plan is organized into the following sections.
The Calaveras Reservoir, impounded by Calaveras Dam, is our system’s largest drinking water reservoir in the local Bay Area. When full, it provides more than half of our Bay Area storage capacity for million customers.
The existing earth fill dam is 90 years old and is located within 1, feet of the active Calaveras Earthquake Fault. RESPONSE ACTION/CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY PLAN -LILYDALE MARINA AND PARK DUMP SITES 2.
Project Contacts Project Owner City of Saint Paul Division of Parks and Recreation City Hall Annex 25 West 4th Street Saint Paul, MN Contact: Ms. Alice Messer Phone: Email: @ Fax: Contractor To be. The evaluation of the Calaveras County General Plan and recommendations for the plan’s revision and updating are based on current State requirements, case law, the California Office of Planning and Research’s (OPR) General Plan Guidelines, Curtin’s California Land Use Calaveras County General Plan Evaluation 3 Octo Calaveras Reservoir is located primarily in Santa Clara County, California, with a small portion and its dam in Alameda County, Spanish, Calaveras means "skulls".
The reservoir is fed mainly by Arroyo Hondo and Calaveras in the Calaveras Valley, the region is geologically active with the Calaveras Fault parallel to and to the west of the dam site. An Inundation map shows flooding that could result from a hypothetical failure of a dam or its critical appurtenant structure.
Inthe California Legislature passed a law requiring all state jurisdictional dams, except low hazard dams, to develop inundation maps and emergency action plans. Calaveras Dam and Reservoir are part of the regional water system owned and operated by the City and County of San Francisco, through the SFPUC.
Calaveras Dam is located on Calaveras Creek in the Diablo Mountain Range in Alameda County, California"--P. The purpose of the Springfield School Emergency Operations Plan (School EOP) is to identify and respond to incidents by outlining the responsibilities and duties of Springfield School and its employees.
Developing, maintaining, and exercising the plan empowers employees in an incident to act quickly and knowledgably. In.Comments and Responses E/Calaveras Dam Replacement Project ORGANIZATIONS Listed below are the organizations that submitted comments on the Calaveras Dam Replacement Project Draft EIR, along with the order of the responses in .Attachment B: Evaluation of Wetlands Associated with Reservoir Operations for Calaveras Dam Replacement Project Attachment C: Final Conceptual Restoration Plan, Calaveras Dam Replacement Project Attachment D: Sunol Region Mitigation and Monitoring Plan Attachment E: Sunol Region Habitat Reserve Program Long-Term Management Plan.