The Shoreline Study
- The Santa Clara Valley Water District Board on March 22, 2016 certified the Shoreline Study final environmental document, approved the project, and approved an errata sheet, a statement of overriding considerations and a mitigation monitoring and reporting program. See the items here.
- The Chief of Engineers of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on December 18, 2015, signed a report recommending that Congress authorize the Shoreline Study. The report is available here.
- The Shoreline Study final integrated feasibility study and environmental impact statement/report document is available for review or download at http://www.spn.usace.army.mil/
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- A meeting for public discussion and input was held Wednesday, January 14, 2015. See meeting materials here.
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José Villarreal al 408-630-2879
Shoreline areas along San Francisco Bay will risk damages from coastal flooding, with potential impacts to human health and safety, due to future sea level rise. The South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Study is a Congressionally authorized study by the US Army Corps of Engineers together with the Santa Clara Valley Water District and the State Coastal Conservancy to identify and recommend flood risk management projects for Federal funding. The Corps is looking at projects that will reduce flood risk, restore some of the region's lost wetlands,
and provide related benefits such as recreation
and public access. More...