Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

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Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby WB Staff » Tue Apr 18, 2017 4:31 pm

OES update the below map is dated 4/17 and is the newest update since the map dated 3/29. Looks like there are still closures but the tide window limitation areas that were in "orange" are lifted.

OES posted the following info with the map:
As of this notice all rivers and other waterways highlighted in pink on the attached map(s) remain closed to recreational boating traffic until further notice by the San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services.
Closure Area:
The pink area highlighted area on the map is closed to recreational boating traffic.
The closed area includes:
- The San Joaquin River from the south San Joaquin County line with Stanislaus County to the San Joaquin River Deep Water Channel;
- Fabian And Bell Canal;
- Grant Line Canal east of the bridge at Tracy Boulevard;
- Old River and its tributaries (including Tom Paine Slough, Salmon Slough & Paradise Cut) to the south and east (upstream) of Hammer Island at the Alameda County boundary with San Joaquin County to the San Joaquin River;
- Middle River upstream from Trapper Slough at the Highway 4 bridge.
Exceptions:
1) The closure described above, as shown on the attached map, does not apply to emergency vessels, commercial vessels, or vessels operating to perform maintenance, inspection and/or repair to Delta levees as approved by the San Joaquin County Office of Emergency Services.
2) Please keep in mind throughout our waterways that waves against the levees, particularly at high tides may cause levee erosion, which threatens levee integrity.
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Re: Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby fishwithron » Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:29 pm

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Re: Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby Charles » Tue Apr 18, 2017 8:03 pm


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Re: Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby Freefall » Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:22 am

Nice!

Finally get to cover some water.
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Re: Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby WB Staff » Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:54 am

@charles

The link that you posted has the map from 3/29. We haven't found the link to the OES 4/17 map - only the photo of the map that OES sent out on 4/18 (which was dated 4/17).

We are still looking for a link from OES with their 4/17 map, if anyone comes across it.

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Re: Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby Obi-Hub » Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:50 pm

WB Staff wrote:@charles

The link that you posted has the map from 3/29. We haven't found the link to the OES 4/17 map - only the photo of the map that OES sent out on 4/18 (which was dated 4/17).

We are still looking for a link from OES with their 4/17 map, if anyone comes across it.


Here's a link to the new 4/17 map: https://www.sjgov.org/department/oes/pd ... 041717.pdf
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Re: Update on Delta Restrictions | April 17

Postby WB Staff » Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:07 pm

Thanks for posting the link!


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