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Yay, we're moving on South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I project as construction recently started on Reaches 1-3. After all of the rain, the site has finally dried out enough for the crews to clear and grub the site, install barriers and complete the prep work for removing the boardwalk. Maloney Odin Joint Venture was awarded this contract that consists of constructing approximately 1.6 miles of flood risk management levees with approximately 600,000 cubic yards of fill. Phase I is a multi-agency partnership between USACE, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Valley Water, and the State Coastal Conservancy. The complete project will construct approximately four miles of levees to reduce the risk of tidal flooding to the north San José area between the Alviso Slough/Guadalupe River and Coyote Creek, which includes 2,500 residents of the Alviso community, 3,000 commuters who work and travel through the area, the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, and the Silicon Valley Advanced Water Purification Center. The project will also restore and enhance 2,900 acres of tidal marsh and related habitat lost due to former salt production activities. Additionally, it will provide improved recreational opportunities and public access along the bay shoreline.
Yay, we're moving on South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I project as construction recently started on Reaches 1-3. After all of the rain, the site has finally dried out enough for the crews to clear and grub the site, install barriers and complete the prep work for removing the boardwalk. Maloney Odin Joint Venture was awarded this contract that consists of constructing approximately 1.6 miles of flood risk management levees with approximately 600,000 cubic yards of fill. Phase I is a multi-agency partnership between USACE, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Valley Water, and the State Coastal Conservancy. The complete project will construct approximately four miles of levees to reduce the risk of tidal flooding to the north San José area between the Alviso Slough/Guadalupe River and Coyote Creek, which includes 2,500 residents of the Alviso community, 3,000 commuters who work and travel through the area, the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, and the Silicon Valley Advanced Water Purification Center. The project will also restore and enhance 2,900 acres of tidal marsh and related habitat lost due to former salt production activities. Additionally, it will provide improved recreational opportunities and public access along the bay shoreline.
Yay, we're moving on South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I project as construction recently started on Reaches 1-3. After all of the rain, the site has finally dried out enough for the crews to clear and grub the site, install barriers and complete the prep work for removing the boardwalk. Maloney Odin Joint Venture was awarded this contract that consists of constructing approximately 1.6 miles of flood risk management levees with approximately 600,000 cubic yards of fill. Phase I is a multi-agency partnership between USACE, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Valley Water, and the State Coastal Conservancy. The complete project will construct approximately four miles of levees to reduce the risk of tidal flooding to the north San José area between the Alviso Slough/Guadalupe River and Coyote Creek, which includes 2,500 residents of the Alviso community, 3,000 commuters who work and travel through the area, the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, and the Silicon Valley Advanced Water Purification Center. The project will also restore and enhance 2,900 acres of tidal marsh and related habitat lost due to former salt production activities. Additionally, it will provide improved recreational opportunities and public access along the bay shoreline.
Yay, we're moving on South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I project as construction recently started on Reaches 1-3. After all of the rain, the site has finally dried out enough for the crews to clear and grub the site, install barriers and complete the prep work for removing the boardwalk. Maloney Odin Joint Venture was awarded this contract that consists of constructing approximately 1.6 miles of flood risk management levees with approximately 600,000 cubic yards of fill. Phase I is a multi-agency partnership between USACE, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Valley Water, and the State Coastal Conservancy. The complete project will construct approximately four miles of levees to reduce the risk of tidal flooding to the north San José area between the Alviso Slough/Guadalupe River and Coyote Creek, which includes 2,500 residents of the Alviso community, 3,000 commuters who work and travel through the area, the San José-Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, and the Silicon Valley Advanced Water Purification Center. The project will also restore and enhance 2,900 acres of tidal marsh and related habitat lost due to former salt production activities. Additionally, it will provide improved recreational opportunities and public access along the bay shoreline.
The is a multi-purpose Flood Risk Management, Ecosystem Restoration and Recreation Project in San Jose, CA. The project manages risk for 5,500 residents and 1,100 structures, restores 2,900 acres of tidal wetlands, and improves recreation in the area by providing key connections to the iconic San Francisco Bay Trail. USACE is currently building the first portion of the project’s 4-mile coastal flood protection levee, known as Reaches 1-3, which begins at the Alviso Marina County Park and ends at the Artesian Slough.
The is a multi-purpose Flood Risk Management, Ecosystem Restoration and Recreation Project in San Jose, CA. The project manages risk for 5,500 residents and 1,100 structures, restores 2,900 acres of tidal wetlands, and improves recreation in the area by providing key connections to the iconic San Francisco Bay Trail. USACE is currently building the first portion of the project’s 4-mile coastal flood protection levee, known as Reaches 1-3, which begins at the Alviso Marina County Park and ends at the Artesian Slough.
The is a multi-purpose Flood Risk Management, Ecosystem Restoration and Recreation Project in San Jose, CA. The project manages risk for 5,500 residents and 1,100 structures, restores 2,900 acres of tidal wetlands, and improves recreation in the area by providing key connections to the iconic San Francisco Bay Trail. USACE is currently building the first portion of the project’s 4-mile coastal flood protection levee, known as Reaches 1-3, which begins at the Alviso Marina County Park and ends at the Artesian Slough.

South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I Construction

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO BAY SHORELINE PHASE I PROJECT
CONSTRUCTION GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL

PROJECT LOCATION AND Description

The South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Phase I project is a multi-purpose Flood Risk Management, Ecosystem Restoration and Recreation Project in San Jose, CA.  The project manages risk for 5,500 residents and 1,100 structures, restores 2,900 acres of tidal wetlands (148,308 habitat units), and improves recreation in the area by providing key connections to the iconic San Francisco Bay Trail.

TOTAL FUNDING*

 

TOTAL PROJECT COST

$545,003,000

FEDERAL COST

$236,061,590

NON-FEDERAL COST

$308,941,410

TOTAL FEDERAL EXPENDITURES THROUGH FY 2020

$8,856,720

*Amounts include GI-funds for PED, BBA, and regular CG. Amounts do not take into account contributed funds. BBA funding limit for project is $124,300,000, compared to estimated need of $215,468,713. NFS have agreed to contribute funds to cover estimated $91,168,713 shortfall in BBA funds for the project

 

 

 

FY 22 accomplishments

  • Continue Reaches 1-3 construction.
  • Continue coordination for Reach 4/5, Artesian Slough Closure Structure, UPRR Closure Structure, UPRR Pedestrian Bridge, and Ecotone.

FY 23 accomplishments

  • Continue Reaches 1-3 construction.
  • Continue coordination for Reach 4/5, Artesian Slough Closure Structure, UPRR Closure Structure, UPRR Pedestrian Bridge, and Ecotone.

ISSUES AND OTHER INFORMATION

  • The Non-Federal Sponsors are the California State Coastal Conservancy and the Santa Clara Valley Water District (Valley Water).

CONGRESSIONAL INTEREST

  • 17th District, Rep. Rho Khanna

POINT OF CONTACT

  • Deputy for Project Management, (415) 503-6593

Updated 14 Sep 2022

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