Sacramento River, Chico Landing to Red Bluff, California Bank Protection Project
Final environmental statement
ARMY ENGINEER DISTRICT SACRAMENTO CA
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The Sacramento River Chico Landing to Red Bluff Bank Protection Project was authorized by the Flood Act of 1958 as contained in Public Law 85-500 2, 3 July 1958, 85th Congress, 1st Session, in accordance with the plans and subject to the conditions recommended by the Chief of Engineers, in House Document No. 272 3, 84th Congress 2d Session. The Corps of Engineers is authorized to provide bank protection and incidental channel improvements on Sacramento River between Chico Landing and Red Bluff in Butte, Glenn, and Tehama Counties at certain sites found to be economically feasible at the time of construction and in light of conditions then prevailing along the river. The authorized plan also provides that the existing project for flood control on Sacramento River be extended to Keswick Dam for the purpose of zoning the area below the dam. Flood plain zoning was included as a local interest requirement. The Reclamation Board, State of California, has adopted a primary floodway for the Sacramento River from Chico Landing to Red Bluff, and Butte and Glenn Counties have adopted ordinances zoning the secondary floodways. The Reclamation Board has also furnished the assurances to a maintain the completed bank protection work b furnish all lands, easements, and rights-of-way necessary for construction and maintenance of the project and c hold and save the United States harmless from damages resulting from construction of the project.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Civil Engineering