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Coyote Creek – Singleton Road Fish Barrier, Stream Restoration, and Pedestrian Bridge Project
File No. PP18-040
The project proposes to remove the existing Singleton Road low-water crossing, restore a portion of Coyote Creek, and construct a bicycle and pedestrian bridge. The removal of the existing low-water crossing barrier and restoration of Coyote Creek would provide opportunities for protected and endangered aquatic species to migrate upstream to better spawning areas. The stream restoration design includes restoring the channel using stream simulation techniques to emulate the natural channel elevation, slope, and geometry consistent with standard stream restoration design practices. The bicycle and pedestrian bridge includes the installation of a 280-foot-long bridge perpendicular to the stream, in the approximate footprint of the existing low-water crossing.

Location
Southern portion of San Jose, along Coyote Creek between Capital Expressway and Yerba Buena Road on Singleton Road (APNs: 494-22-015, 494-22-016, 494-24-014, 494-24-015, 494-24-016, 494-24-017, and 494-26-044)

Public Comment Period
October 3, 2018 to November 2, 2018

Project Documents

Environmental Project Manager
Krinjal Mathur
(408) 535-7874