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Public Notice Manager

Los Angeles River Toe Maintenance Road Repair

Published June 11, 2020

Reach 2A consists of a grouted stone embankment with a grouted stone toe. The channel is soft bottom. Along the North and South side of the channel, the top of the grouted stone toe maintenance road is eroded and toe rock is becoming dislodged and missing. The proposed project entails a like-for-like repair of this eroded section of the toe by replacing the bonded concrete overlay, see Figure 3. The concrete would be installed with equipment positioned on top of the embankment and pumped in place. Surface water would be temporarily diverted around work areas with an earthen berm constructed using sediment excavated from the channel. Concrete k-rails may be temporarily placed atop the berm and at the upstream end of the work area to direct surface water away from the work area, as needed.

Approximately 1.23 acres of the channel would be temporarily impacted to create the earthen berm. There will be no structural alterations or modifications of structural elements of the engineered channel.

For the safety of the public, the bike trail will be closed during the repair.