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§ 717. Maps for Larger Projects.


Barclays Official California Code of Regulations Currentness
Title 23. Waters
Division 3. State Water Resources Control Board and Regional Water Quality Control Boards
Chapter 2. Appropriation of Water
Article 7. Map Requirements
23 CCR § 717
§ 717. Maps for Larger Projects.
The following additional maps are required for (1) appropriating more than three cubic feet per second, or (2) constructing a dam which will be under the jurisdiction of the Department of Water Resources for safety, as defined in Sections 6002 and 6003 of the Water Code, or (3) creating a reservoir with a surface area in excess of ten acres, or (4) appropriating more than 1,000 acre-feet per annum by underground storage. (For good cause, the Chief, Division of Water Rights may waive the following requirements for projects defined in (3) above.)
(a) Maps shall be submitted which were prepared by a civil engineer or land surveyor registered or licensed in the State of California.
(b) An original map and one copy are required. The original shall be accurately and permanently rendered to a suitable scale on linen, mylar or equivalent material; the other may be a print thereof.
(c) All maps shall be titled, show the meridian and scale and bear the California certificate and registration number of the engineer or surveyor. The certificate shall: state the name and address of the person making the certificate and whether the map was prepared by him or under his supervision; indicate the source of the information shown thereon, including the dates of actual surveys if such were made; certify that it correctly represents the works described in the accompanying application, the location of streams and ditches in the immediate vicinity, and the acreage to be irrigated; be concluded by the date, signature, and California certificate number of the engineer or surveyor. The following example is a typical certificate:
I, John Doe, of 100 Main Street, Sacramento, California, do hereby certify that this map was prepared by me from notes taken during an actual survey made by me (or under my immediate supervision) on _______________________, 20___, (and/or from U.S. Geological Survey 7.5-minute Lincoln and Roseville Topographic quadrangles,) and that it correctly represents the project described in the accompanying application and shows the location of streams and ditches in the immediate vicinity.
/s/ John Doe ___________________________ ___________________________
California Civil Engineer (Surveyor) Certificate No._________
(d) Contour maps of surface reservoirs shall be submitted with contour intervals not greater than:
Height of dam Maximum contour interval
300 feet or over 40 feet 100 feet or over, but less than 300 feet 20 feet 30 feet or over, but less than 100 feet 10 feet Less than 30 feet 5 feet
For dams less than five feet high, the high water contour shall be shown and the elevation of the maximum and minimum water surfaces shall be stated.
(e) All contour maps shall show the high water line and state the elevation thereof, and include an area-capacity curve or table.
Note: Authority cited: Section 1058, Water Code. Reference: Sections 1252, 1260 and 1261, Water Code.
1. Repealer of former Section 717, and renumbering and amendment of Section 680 to 717 filed 1-16-87; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 87, No. 10). For prior history, see Registers 80, No. 48 and 73, No. 19.
2. Change without regulatory effect amending subsection (c) filed 9-25-2002 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2002, No. 39).
This database is current through 6/17/22 Register 2022, No. 24
23 CCR § 717, 23 CA ADC § 717
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