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File #: 20-2022    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 1/18/2022 In control: CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NAPA
On agenda: 2/15/2022 Final action: 2/15/2022
Title: Milliken Raw Water Pipeline Project
Attachments: 1. ATCH 1 - Resolution, 2. EX A - Budget Adjustment No. BE2202501
To: Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

From: Phil Brun, Utilities Director

Prepared By: Doug De Master, Senior Civil Engineer

Milliken Raw Water Pipeline Project


Adopt a resolution 1) authorizing the Utilities Director to submit a revised application to the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal-OES) for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding in an amount of up to $3,457,575, with a City matching obligation of up to $1,152,525 for the Bury Milliken Raw Water Pipeline Project DR4344-PJ0284; 2) approving a budget adjustment in the amount of $3,457,575 and transfer in the amount of $1,152,525 from water fund capital reserve account to water nonrecurring capital expenditure budget as documented in budget adjustment no. BE2202501; and 3) determining that the actions authorized by this resolution are exempt from CEQA.

On October 8, 2017, the Atlas Fire began as one of fourteen large fires that burned simultaneously across eight Northern California counties. The Atlas Fire began near Atlas Peak Road and stretched from Lake Berryessa to the City of Napa (City), portions of which included the Milliken Reservoir Watershed, the City's service area in the Silverado Country Club and surrounding areas.

The Atlas Fire was widespread and caused extensive damage to private and public property, some of which included damage to the Milliken Raw Water Pipeline which conveys water from the diversion dam on Milliken Creek to the Milliken Water Treatment Plant.

The Milliken Raw Water Pipeline, located at 630 Chaparral Circle, consists of approximately 6,500 LF of 16" welded steel pipe, most of which is above ground and supported by redwood saddles. The pipeline runs parallel to Milliken Creek along a trail and access walkway with steep grades on either side for roughly half its length which is accessible by foot or all-terrain veh...

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