Constructed in 1972, the bridge is located west of the Lower Rush Creek Campground on Forest Road 41N11.
During construction, the stream was diverted from its original channel and now runs under the bridge at a diagonal. As a result, there is wood-water contact on the western abutment and backwall, even during low flows.
During high-water events, there is scouring around the foundation. The project is intended to stabilize the right abutment of the Johnson Creek Bridge, as well as restore the site so the stream flows perpendicular to the direction of the bridge.
The Big Valley Ranger District would like public comments by July 20, 2015. Email comments to: email@example.com.
Please send written comments to 49870 Hwy 139, Tulelake, CA. 96134, or fax to 530-667-8609.
More information about the project can be found at http://www.fs.usda.gov/projects/modoc/landmanagement/projects.
Please direct questions about this project to Forest Engineer, Theresa Morales at 530-233-8850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.