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Project: Rock Creek/Keefer Slough Feasibility Study

Description: The Feasibility Study evaluates federal and State interests in a project to reduce flood-damage potential on Rock Creek and Keefer Slough area. The objectives of this study are to evaluate feasible flood protection alternatives which are consistent with the goals of FloodSAFE and also to provide a minimum of 200-year level of protection for the urban areas of Butte County. The study is necessary to obtain federal funding for a flood damage reduction project. The project alternatives may consist of: levees, habitat restoration, enlarging channels, diversion and detention dams, setback levees, percolating ponds, training and chevron levees, and dikes.

Reference Number: 3860-PM-056

Implemented By: Department of Water Resources

Objective: Flood risk reduction.

Type: Research/Planning (including Science)

Total Cost: $91,945.05

Project Status: Complete and Fully Paid

On Time?: Yes    Within Scope?: Yes    Within Budget?: Yes

Estimated Completion: 8/30/2015    Actual Completion: 6/30/2017

Associated Counties: Butte

Located In Disadvantaged Community: No

Contribution SourcesContribution DateContribution Amount
  $91,945.05
Federal Contribution3/29/2010$0.00
Prop. 84, USACE Studies Program11/4/2006$60,401.52
Prop. 1E, USACE Studies Program5/24/2018$31,543.53


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Research/Planning (including Science)Other  

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