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Stevens Creek Corridor Project, Phase I

Stevens Creek Restoration Project

Revisions to the Stevens Creek Corridor Park Master Plan and Restoration Plan were approved by City Council on October 3, 2006. Mitigated Negative Declaration approved by the City and the environmental documents have been circulated on June 27, 2006. Improvements to the Rolling Hills 4H area are nearly complete and construction of a trail segment is underway. Work at Mc Clellan Ranch is being done by the San Jose Conservation Corps. The City Council authorized a scope and budget for Stevens Creek Corridor Phase 1 on March 18, 2008. Phase 1 was bid on two separate packages- a creek restoration package, and a trail and park amenities package. For latest updates visit the following links:

Stevens Creek Corridor Project Updates 

Notice - Tree Removal & Trimming, March 10, 2010

Stevens Creek Project Update - February 12, 2010

Project Update - Volume 3, November 17, 2009

Stevens Creek Trail Surfacing Information

Project Update - Volume 2, February 5, 2009

Project Update - Volume 1, January 14, 2009

Letter to the Resident - November 5, 2008

Notice - Construction Activity - Stevens Creek Bridge - July 23, 2008

Notice - Award of Construction Contract for Phase 1B Stevens Creek Corridor by City Council - July 29, 2008

Stevens Creek Corridor Project Video Updates

Stevens Creek Project Video Update #5 Windows Media

Stevens Creek Project Video Update #4 Windows Media

Stevens Creek Project Video Update #3 Windows Media

Stevens Creek Project Video Update #2 Windows Media

Stevens Creek Project Video Update #1 Windows Media

Stevens Creek Project Video Updates #1 through #5 Windows Media

Stevens Creek Corridor Restoration Plan Brochure & Video 

Stevens Creek Restoration Plan Brochure

The Stevens Creek Restoration Plan: From Vision to Legacy Video Windows Media

Archived Information

Stevens Creek Corridor Study Session, Dec. 18, 2007
The City Council held a study session on December 18, and among the items discussed was the project status and the trees that needed to be removed for creek restoration. The following documents are related to the study session.

Staff Report (1.9 MB)

SCCP Grant Summary - Exhibit A (35 KB)

City Council/SCWD Mutual Goals - Exhibit B (20 KB)

Stevens Creek Construction Plan Sheet - Exhibit C (1.7 MB)

Erosion Photos - Exhibit D (2.2 MB)

Blackberry Farm, Trees to be Removed - Exhibit E (22 KB)

Existing Trees - Exhibit F (765 KB)

Existing Trees to be Removed - Exhibit G (690 KB)

Existing Trees to be Reused - Exhibit H (715 KB)

All New Proposed Tree Planting - Exhibit I (2.4 MB)

All New Proposed Trees - Exhibit J (860 KB)

Trail and Creek Entry Areas - Exhibit K (690 KB)

Stevens Creek Corridor Master Plan and Restoration Plan Document

INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION

Cover and Overview (120 KB)

Table of Contents (20 KB)

Section 1.0 - Introduction (20 KB)

Section 2.0 - Project Description (3.7 MB)

Section 3.0 - Environmental Checklist and Responses (556 KB)

Section 4.0 - References (25 KB)

Section 5.0 - Figures

  • Figure 1: Regional Setting Map (996 KB)
  • Figure 2: Master Plan Study Area (2.8 MB)
  • Figure 3: Existing Habitat and Surrounding Land uses of the Stevens Creek Corridor Master Plan Project (3.4 MB)
  • Figure 4: Black berry Farm Demolition Plan (2.0 MB)
  • Figure 5: Stevens Creek Corridor park and Restoration Master Plan (3.3 MB)
  • Figure 6: Existing Blackberry Farm (6.2 MB)
  • Figure 7: Blackberry Farm Master Plan (8.6 MB)
  • Figure 8: Stevens Creek Trail (1.0 MB)
  • Figure 9: Design Guideline G-3 (240 KB)
  • Figure 10: Stocklmeir Site (1.1 MB)
  • Figure 11: Stevens Creek Blvd Crossing (484 KB)
  • Figure 12: Byrne Ave Access (480 KB)
  • Figure 13: McClellan Ranch (1.6 MB 
  • Figure 14: McClellan Bus Turnout & Crossing (663 KB)
  • Figure 15: Demolition Plan (3.2 MB)
  • Figure 16: Creek realignments labeled as Reach A, B, and C with starting and ending elevations and linear feet of realignments (3.6 MB)
  • Figure 17: Reach A Creek Realignments (3.6 MB)
  • Figure 18: Reach B Creek Realignments (3.7 MB)
  • Figure 19: Reach C Creek Realignments (3.9 MB)
  • Figure 20: Geologic and Seismic Hazards (643 KB)
  • Figure 21: City of Cupertino FEMA Flood Zones (9.8 MB)

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