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§ 612.4. Road, Parking Area, and Recreational Trails Encroachments.

23 CA ADC § 612.4BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 23. Waters
Division 2. Department of Water Resources
Chapter 6. Encroachments
Article 6. Requirements for Specific Types of Encroachments
23 CCR § 612.4
§ 612.4. Road, Parking Area, and Recreational Trails Encroachments.
The following general standards are the minimum requirements for ‘Road, Parking Area, and Recreational Trails Encroachments'. These standards shall be met in addition to any requirements for an encroachment permit as set forth in these regulations. Each application shall be evaluated on an individual basis to ensure the safety and integrity of the State Water Project facilities and right-of-way, and the safety of the public.
(a) A grading plan showing the top of the Department's pipeline elevation shall be submitted for the Department's review and approval.
(b) Proposed modifications to the existing cover over the State Water Project's pipelines shall be subject to review and approval by the Department to ensure the safety and integrity of the State Water Project buried pipelines.
(c) Temporary or permanent placement of excavated materials within the Department's right-of-way shall be subject to review and approval by the Department to confirm that the composition of fill or borrow material does not obstruct or damage any portion of the State Water Project or Department's right-of-way .
(d) If existing drainage features are to be modified during construction by the permittee, detailed design plans showing the proposed drainage replacement and/or restoration shall be submitted for review and approval by the Department.
(e) Where a roadway is aligned over buried State Water Project pipeline, Department's access points to the pipeline shall be located outside the travel lanes.
(f) All streets, roads, and parking surfaces are to be paved with asphalt or other flexible pavement.
(g) Depressed curbs or driveways shall be provided for the Department's vehicular access when new roads cross the State Water Project's aqueduct or pipeline.
(h) Trails and maintenance roads shall be fenced, except when the Department's right-of-way is used as a greenbelt. Within the Department's right-of-way the fence shall be approved by the Department and shall not obstruct access of Departmental personnel or equipment.
(i) Any gates allowed within the Department's right-of-way shall be at least sixteen (16) feet wide. Where the gates are to be locked the Department shall have access for ingress and egress at all times for the duration of the encroachment permit. The permittee shall provide the Department with a current key, or an updated combination or access code.
Note: Authority cited: Section 12899.9, Water Code. Reference: Sections 12899.1(c) and 12899.2 (b), Water Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 4-22-2015; operative 7-1-2015 (Register 2015, No. 17).
This database is current through 11/13/20 Register 2020, No. 46
23 CCR § 612.4, 23 CA ADC § 612.4
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