The Just in Time Training Program is designed to provide essential levee patrol, flood fight, and SEMS/NEMS training for the emergency levee worker where extreme time constraints apply. This course is made up of five modules each addressing a different topic. Videos can be watched in any order. Recommended videos are also organized by position.
The Knights Landing Ridge Drainage District (KLRDD) is the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Lead Agency for the proposed Knights Landing Ridge Cut Erosion Repair Project (Proposed Project). KLRDD has directed the preparation of an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for the Project in compliance with CEQA.
Project Location: 6.25 miles along both banks of the Knights Landing Ridge Cut canal levee just south of Knights Landing in Yolo County, California.
Project Description: The Project is the repair of eroded areas on the waterside of levees of the 6.25-mile-long Knights Landing Ridge Cut (KLRC), a human-made leveed drainage channel, using rock slope protection, and vegetation in some areas, similar to the approach approved by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in their Sacramento River Bank Protection Plan Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)/Environmental Impact Report (EIR). The Project objective is to arrest or avoid streambank erosion that threatens the integrity of the Sacramento River Flood Control Project levee system. Hydraulic excavators would be utilized at repair locations to remove and reshape existing soil and to place rock and other materials hauled in from commercial sources by truck. Some in-water work would occur, including installing up to 1-ton rock slope protection (RSP) below the water line using land-based methods and equipment, and possible installation of silt curtains within the canal using a small boat. Excavated materials would be incorporated into the work. Limited excavation or cutting into the landward side of levees would occur. Rock fill materials would be brought in utilizing trucks on existing roads. Any material staging would occur in the immediate vicinity of the work on the levee, on the levee toe roads, or within the designated 2.5-acre staging area at the base of the east levee. Solid waste generated by the Project would include limited quantities of removed vegetation that would be disposed of at the nearest solid waste disposal facility. Access routes to the Project location would be via State Route 113 to the northern end, or via County Road 16 and CR 17 near the southern end. Vehicles would then use the existing dirt and gravel levee toe roads and the gravel road on the levee crown. Repairs will be implemented in phases over the next 10 years as erosion areas are identified and funding becomes available.
Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts: Potentially significant impacts to biological resources, cultural resources, geology and soils, hazards/hazardous materials, hydrology and water quality, land use and planning, transportation, and tribal cultural resources were identified in the Initial Study. All impacts would be reduced to a less than significant level with the implementation of identified mitigation measures.
Draft IS/MND Document Review and Availability: The public review and comment period for the Draft IS/MND will extend for 45 days starting December 7, 2021 and ending January 6, 2022. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, printed hard copies will not be available to the public. However, the Draft IS/MND can be viewed and/or downloaded here:
The FLOW website by H2O Tech is the best way for RD108 water users to view field measurement data at any time, from anywhere, on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. A password protected account for each user allows for secure access to a personalized webpage.
After choosing the district and time period, a user can confirm their desired field(s) on a map. Browsing delivery reports is clear and convenient with graphs representing daily flows and monthly volumes as seen below. Easily monitor current flow rate at each point of delivery, with only a five minute delay from staff’s measurement.
Please contact Jordon at (530)682-4205 with any questions regarding the FLOW site.
Location: Upper Sacramento River under Market Street Bridge in Redding
Description: Approximately 12,000 to 15,000 tonsof gravel placed into the river to provide new spawning habitat for Chinook salmon and steelhead trout.
Partners in the effort include the Bureau of Reclamation, the California State University – Chico Foundation, California Department of Water Resources, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the Sacramento River Forum, and SRSC.
The following districts specifically contributed personnel and equipment for the project – Reclamation District 108, Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District, Sutter Mutual Water Company, River Garden Farms, Provident Irrigation District, Princeton-Cordora-Glenn Irrigation District and Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District.
Related: The Market Street project is the eighteenth Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program (Recovery Program) project to be completed in the past four years. The Recovery Program is a collaborative effort of water management entities, conservation organizations and state and federal fishery and water management agencies to promote salmonid recovery in the Sacramento Valley through the identification, prioritization and completion of habitat improvement projects. These projects will help implement the federal National Marine Fisheries Service’s Recovery Plan for the Sacramento Valley and the state Sacramento Valley Salmon Resiliency Strategy, and thus provide a comprehensive framework to advance the next generation of salmon projects.
For more information on the Sacramento Valley Salmon Recovery Program, please look here.
Click here to be directed to the Environment page, also accessible from the Home display. Here you will find a gallery of the many different species photographed in the district. Click on any of the images to find out more information about the critter you’re looking at.