Federal Emergency Management Agency

San Timoteo Foothill Neighborhood Flood Protection Project, City of Moreno Valley, Riverside County, California (June 2013)

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The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has prepared this Supplemental Environmental Assessment (SEA) for the proposed storm drain system within the San Timoteo Foothill Neighborhood of the City of Moreno Valley, Riverside County, California. The existing drainage system in the San Timoteo Foothill neighborhood is unable to capture and  drain stormwater flows during major storms, resulting in flooding of streets and homes, damage to buildings and their contents, disruption of services, and threats to health and safety.  In 2003, FEMA prepared a Final Programmatic Environmental Assessment for Typical Recurring Actions Resulting from Flood, Earthquake, Fire, Rain, and Wind Disasters in California (PEA), which assesses the common impacts of action alternatives that are under consideration at the proposed project site. The PEA adequately assesses the impacts of the action alternatives in some resource areas, but does not fully assess the impacts of the action alternatives in all relevant resource areas.  Therefore, FEMA has prepared this SEA to tier from the PEA and fully assess impacts to resources that are not adequately addressed in the PEA. This SEA has been prepared according to the requirements of NEPA, the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) regulations implementing NEPA (40 CFR Parts 1500–1508), and FEMA’s implementing regulations (44 CFR Part 10).

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