PG&E Pipeline Safety Enhancement Plan, Phase 2, SFPUC Peninsula Watershed, San Mateo
The Cañada Road plans and Technical Memoranda are nearly complete. For latest updates, please contact PG&E Project Manager, Ms. Kristina Z. Caliando, at 925.244.3645 or email@example.com.
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The National Park Service/Golden Gate National Recreation Area (NPS/GGNRA) released an Environmental Assessment (EA) of the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Gas Line-109 Pipeline Replacement Project in the San Francisco Peninsula Watershed for public review, February 28, 2016 for a 30-day comment period ending on March 28, 2016. The NPS is extending the comment period deadline to April 15, 2016.
The project would enhance safety and improve operations of PG&E's natural gas transmission system by replacing 4.7 miles of pipeline in three segments within the San Francisco Peninsula Watershed - Cañada Road, Bunker Hill, and Crystal Springs.
NPS/GGNRA holds two easements, a Scenic Easement and a Scenic and Recreation Easement over the 23,000 acre Watershed which is owned by the City and County of San Francisco (CCSF) and managed by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). Because of these easements, SFPUC is required to obtain approval from NPS/GGNRA for actions that may affect the Watershed scenic and recreational resources.
Individuals, organizations, and agencies are invited to review the document and submit comments by April 15, 2016 by clicking on the "Open for Comment" link to the left or if mailing written comments, send postmarked on or before April 15 to:
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Attn: PG&E L-109 Project
Fort Mason, Building 201
San Francisco, CA 94123
For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-561-4700.
Update: April 2, 2018 - The Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Gas Line-109 Pipeline Replacement Project in the San Francisco Peninsula Watershed was approved August 1, 2017. Bunker Hill Vegetation Restoration and Weed Management Plans, as well as Technical Memoranda for Fragrant Fritillary (Fritillaria liliacea) and Lessingia (Lessingia arachnoidea) are included with the FONSI. The EA, FONSI, and Determination of No Impairment are available under the "Documents List" tab. The Crystal Springs Vegetation Restoration Plan and a revised Seed Mix Memorandum are also available there.