Fact Sheet

O&M - Port San Luis, CA

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District
Published April 14, 2023

LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION: Port San Luis is a harbor located in the County of San Luis Obispo, approximately 190 miles northwest  of the City of Los Angeles and approximately 245 miles southeast of the City of San Francisco. The project consists of a 2,400 ft. rubble-mound Breakwater. The harbor is home for some commercial fishing vessels. Entrance to the Diablo Power Plant is located near the Harbor.
AUTHORIZATION: Rivers and Harbors Act of 1975, 1976, 1988.

ACTIVITIES FOR FY 2023:  Complete breakwater repair. Project was put on hold for winter in OCT 22. Planning to resume work in MAY 23. With carryover funds, complete eelgrass mitigation planting when construction is complete.

IIJA ACTIVITIES: Carryover funds will be used to conduct an annual structure survey to track progression of failures.

FY24 PLANNED ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Optimal funds could be used to conduct an annual structure survey.

ISSUES AND OTHER INFORMATION: Contractor has submitted a request for equitable adjustment (REA) to cover costs for standby time in MAY 22 (SPL requested contractor go on 1 month standby while contract mods were being discussed) and for remobilization to project site in Spring 23. Negotiations are ongoing. Project currently has funding on hand to cover costs of REA IGE.


As of 1 Mar 23

Estimated Federal Cost                  $0
Estimated Non-Federal Cost               $0
Total Estimated Project Cost               $0
Allocation thru FY22               $3,466,059

President’s Budget FY23                 $0
Conference Add for FY23                 $0
Approved IIJA FY23                    $0
Workplan for FY23                    $0
President’s Budget for FY24            $22,770 1/

Workplan for FY24                    TBD
Balance to Complete After FY24             N/A
1/ Decreased 1% from $23,000

CONGRESSIONAL INTEREST:  Senators Butler and Padilla; Representative Carbajal (CA-24)

Congressional Liaison