RESILIENT SAN FRANCISCO BAY PROJECT, CA SECT. 1122
PROJECT LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
San Francisco Bay Aquatic Beneficial Re-use of Dredge Material demonstration project to beneficially support mudflat and fringing marsh habitats.
TOTAL PROJECT COST $ 21,775,000
FEDERAL COST $ 21,775,000
TOTAL FUNDED TO DATE $ 21,775,000
TOTAL FEDERAL EXPENDITURES THROUGH FY 2022 $ 0
FY 22 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Developed NEPA/CEQA Alternatives Analysis with the Regional Water Quality Control Board as the State partnering agency, including detailed hydraulic circulation modelling to support optimal site location and placement parameters. Performed environmental coordination with resource agencies to prepare necessary environmental permits.
FY 23 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- Complete NEPA/CEQA Environmental Assessment and FONSI, and all necessary environmental permits.
- Complete Plans and Specs for placement of ~100KCY from Redwood City Harbor (RWC) annual O&M maintenance dredging.
- Implement demonstration project in conjunction with RWC maintenance dredging.
- Continue environmental monitoring of receiver site performance
ISSUES AND OTHER INFORMATION
Congress authorized additional funding of ~$19M for direct upland placement of dredged material to cover the costs above the federal standard disposal costs for any contributing projects. The District is in the planning process for utilizing those funds for Richmond Harbor and Oakland Harbor disposal at a currently permitted upland beneficial re-use site for the FY23 maintenance dredging cycle.
- 2ⁿᵈ District, Rep. Jared Huffman
- 4ᵗʰ District, Rep. Mike Thompson
- 7ᵗʰ District, Rep. Doris Matsui
- 8ᵗʰ District, Rep. John Garamendi
- 9ᵗʰ District, Rep. Josh Harder
- 11ᵗʰ District, Rep. Nancy Pelosi
- 12ᵗʰ District, Rep. Barbara Lee
- 14ᵗʰ District, Rep. Eric Swalwell
- 15ᵗʰ District, Rep. Kevin Mullin
POINT OF CONTACT
- Deputy for Project Management, (415) 503-6593
Updated on 14 February 2023