Office of Emergency Services Disaster Recovery Status Board

This page provides information on the current status of the disaster recovery projects in Calaveras County.  The information will be
updated at least weekly and will be date stamped at the bottom of the table when updated. 

 

Questions about this information can be directed to Michelle Patterson, Director of Emergency Services
at (209) 754-6676 or you can email ccoes@co.calaveras.ca.us

 

OES also provides a monthly disaster recovery update to the Calaveras County Board of Supervisors.  We encourage
those who are interested to watch or attend for information on the recovery process.

 


DISASTER
 
PROJECT DETAILS STATUS
Butte Fire - 4240 PW 78 – Tree Removal Total Project Cost:
$12,946,837.11

Federal Share:
$9,710,127.83

CDAA:
$3,236,709.28

County:
no county match on this project
Awaiting approval from FEMA to remove remaining 1540 trees that did not recover that are hazardous to health and safety due to risk of falling (“green trees”) Processing contract amendments for the removal of these trees.
Butte Fire - 4240 PW 88 - Roads - Public Assistance Total Cost:
$1,930,282.96

Federal Share:
$1,447,712.21

CDAA:
$361,928.05

County:
$120,642.68
  • Construction has been completed for the sites identified under this project.
Butte Fire - 4240 FHWA Road Printable List Here  
  • 18 project packages have been submitted to CalTrans for preliminary engineering
  • Pending response from FHWA for 1 year extension to complete proojects
  • All work under these grants must be done through the Request for Proposal/Invitation to Bid process
Butte Fire - 4240 PW 99 - Debris/Ash Removal Total Projected Cost:
$415,600


Federal Share:
$311,700


CDAA:
$77,925


County:
$29,975
  • County is nearing completion of the insurance recovery due to duplication of benefits – to date, over $7 million has been recovered
  • CalOES has directed County to retain funds until requested
Butte Fire - 4240  Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for Mokelumne River Watershed Total Project Cost:
$588,245


Federal Share:
$432,815


County:
$155,430
  • Received approval on April 4, 2018
  • OES and Public Works conducted site visit on 5/31/18; area has recovered without intervention
Butte Fire - 4240 Hazard Mitigation Grant Program for Calaveras River Watershed Total Project Cost:
$3,965,780


Federal Share:
$2,974,335


County:
$991,445
 
  • Received approval on March 27, 2018
  • OES and Public Works conducted site visit on 5/31/18; area has recovered without intervention
Winter Storms – 4301 Blagen Road Bridge (PW30/130) Total Project Cost: $407,642.39

Federal Share:
$305,731


CDAA:
$76,433.74
  • Temporary repair completed for permanent work
  • NEPA categorical exclusion granted
  • CEQA NOE submitted 5/25/18; waiting period ended June 30, 2018
  • Clean Water Act in process; will require a permit due to need to de-water site
  • FEMA has approved a Hazard Mitigation Plan
  • RFP for hydrology study awaiting award
Winter Storms – 4301 Gwin Mine Road (PW488) Total Project Cost: $55,931.80

Federal Share:
$41,948.85


CDAA:
$10,487,21


County:
$3,495.74
  • NEPA categorical exclusion granted
  • CEQA NOE submitted on July 11, 2018
  • CWA – working with USACE on Clean Water Act Compliance
  • USFWS – Biological review cleared – No effect
  • HazMit – FEMA has approved a Hazard Mitigation Plan. Requires engineering studies on 4 sites ($15000/site). Once engineering studies are completed and sent to FEMA, the HazMit will be tailored as needed
  • RFP for engineering study is in process
Winter Storms – 4301 Murphys Drive Culvert Crossing (PW489) Total Project Cost: $149,552

Federal Share:
$112,164


CDAA:
$28,041


County:
$9,347
  • NEPA categorical exclusion granted
  • CEQA NOE submitted on 5/25/18
  • CWA – working with USACE on Clean Water Act Compliance; will require a permit due to need to de-water site
  • USFWS – Biological review cleared – No effect
  • HazMit – Requires hydrology report for FEMA to write/approve a hazard mitigation plan
  • RFP for hydrology study awaiting award
Winter Storms – 4301 Pennsylvania Gulch Road (PW908) Total Project Cost: $17,160.80

Federal Share:
$12,870.60


CDAA:
$3,217.65


County:
$1,072.55
  • NEPA categorical exclusion granted
  • CEQA NOE submitted on 5/25/18
  • CWA – USACE granted an exemption on 5/18/18
  • FEMA Biological review cleared – No effect
  • FEMA has approved a Hazard Mitigation Plan
  • COMPLETED
Winter Storms – 4308 Canyon View Drive (PW474) Total Project Cost: $177,594.29

Federal Share:
$133,195.72


CDAA:
$33,298.93


County:
$11,099.64
  • NEPA categorical exclusion granted
  • CEQA in process; will require permit due to landslide issues
  • Engineering study required
  • HazMit – FEMA developed an Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP), but FEMA requires an engineering study from County to approve the HMP
  • RFP for engineering study in progress
  • Construction will be completed through Invitation to Bid process
Winter Storms – 4308 Hawver Road (PW473) Total Project Cost: $186,413.25

Federal Share:
$139,809.94


CDAA:
$34,952.48


County:
$11,650.83
  • NEPA statutorily excluded from review
  • CEQA submitted on July 24, 2018
  • CWA – working with USACE on Clean Water Act Compliance; will require a permit
  • FEMA Biological review cleared – No effect
  • For time and cost effectiveness, requisite studies and construction will be completed through Request for Proposal/Invitation to Bid Process
Winter Storms – 4308 CSA 4 – Diamond XX, Horseshoe Lane, Stagecoach Lane (PW919) Total Project Cost: $85,826.16

Federal Share:
$64,369.62


CDAA:
$16,092.40


County:
$5,364.14
  • NEPA categorical exclusion granted
  • CEQA NOE submitted on 5/30/18
  • CWA – Exemption granted on 5/30/18
  • FEMA Biological review cleared – No effect
  • FEMA has approved a Hazard Mitigation Plan
  • Hydro report not needed
  • Construction tentatively planned for week of August 12, 2018
Winter Storms – FHWA ROADS Jesus Maria Road, MP 6.4 at Highway 26 (total of 1584 feet of roadway)
KCB-CALCO-006
Total Project Cost:
$42,644


Federal Share:
~$35,693.03


CDAA:
$5,213.44


County:
$1,737.73
  • Project package has been submitted to CalTrans for preliminary engineering
  • Next step complete preliminary engineering studies and submit package for construction
  • Construction must be done through the Invitation to Bid process
  Jesus Maria Road, MP 1.5 at Highway 26 (total of 50 feet of roadway) KCB-CALCO-007 Total Project Cost:
$21,067


Federal Share:
~$17,633.08


CDAA:
$2,575.44


County:
$858.48
  • Project package has been submitted to CalTrans for preliminary engineering
  • Next step complete preliminary engineering studies and submit package for construction
  • Construction must be done through the Invitation to Bid process
  Mountain Ranch Road, MP 6.2 at Sheep Ranch Road (total of 1056 feet of roadway) KCB-CALCO-009 Total Project Cost:
$14,640


Federal Share:
~$12,253.68


CDAA:
$1,789.74


County:
$596.58
  • Project package has been submitted to CalTrans for preliminary engineering
  • Next step complete preliminary engineering studies and submit package for construction
  • Construction must be done through the Invitation to Bid process
  Mountain Ranch Road, MP 4.3 at Sheep Ranch Road (total of 3168 feet of roadway) KCB-CALCO-011 Total Project Cost:
$85,088


Federal Share:
~$71,218.66


CDAA:
$10,402.01


County:
$3,467.33
  • Project package has been submitted to CalTrans for preliminary engineering
  • Next step complete preliminary engineering studies and submit package for construction
  • Construction must be done through the Invitation to Bid process

DISASTER
 
PROJECT DETAILS STATUS
Tree Mortality Project 1A Pinebrook Completed
  Project 2 Blue Lake Springs / Fly In Acres Completed - 163 parcels are included; over 300 trees
  Project 3 Blue Lake Springs / Lilac Park / Grizzly Ridge / Fly In Acres In Progress

 

Project 4 Big Trees Villages
  • Field data ongoing
  • Over 400 right of entry forms mailed
  • Contract award in progress
  Additional Projects

Blue Lake Springs 14/15/16
Skyhigh Ranch
Meadowmont
Lakemont
White Pines

Projects are currently under development for additional areas

Updated 8/10/18 by MP