BAY FARM ISLAND DIKE, CALIFORNIA
CONTINUING AUTHORITIES PROGRAM, SECTION 103
PROJECT LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
This study is located on Bay Farm Island, in the City of Alameda, CA. The study area covers approximately 5,000 linear feet of Bay Farm Island Shoreline Dike, which runs from the Oakland International Airport dike to the westernmost end of Bay Farm Island. This study addresses storm-related wave damage to the coastline, flood inundation at the coastline and in the lagoon system, and disruption of vehicular and ferry traffic. Existing rock armoring (riprap), which was damaged during a storm in 2005, was designated to provide erosion protection for the bank, a granite public walkway, pump house, and valves that regulate water flow to a series of lagoons in the interior of Bay Farm Island. These lagoons are bordered by residences, roadways, and businesses. The pump houses, which regulate the lagoon water levels, are critical to preventing flooding and inundation.
TOTAL COST $ 4,977,000
FEDERAL COST $ 3,225,000
NON-FEDERAL COST $ 1,752,000
TOTAL FEDERAL COST THROUGH 2016 $ 273,000
FY 2017 BUDGET $ 0
COST TO COMPLETE $ 0
FY 16 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
FY 17 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (based on the availability of funds)
ISSUES AND OTHER INFORMATON
- The City of Alameda is the NFS.
- This study did not receive funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), Title IV, Pub. L. Non. 115-5, 123 Stat. 115, Feb. 17, 2009.
- This study received funds via the Corps FY12 Work Plan.
- 13th District, Rep. Barbara Lee
POINT OF CONTACT
- Deputy for Project Management, Edwin S. Townsley, (415) 503-6593.
Updated on 1 February 2016
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