Delta Recreational Boating Closure!

Discussion in 'CALIFORNIA RIVERS TALK' started by Deltalover, Jan 5, 2006.

  1. Deltalover

    Deltalover New Member

    Tracy Calif
    Boater Advisory: Delta Waterway Recreational Boating Closure Extended Contact: June Iljana (916) 263-0788 e-mail: January 3, 2006 SACRAMENTO – Due to continued high water levels, substantial floating debris, and swift river flows, Cal Boating has extended closure of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta waterways to recreational boating through noon Thurs., Jan. 5, 2006. Water levels throughout the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta system are still very high due to runoff and high tide, so levees continue to be threatened. “Recreational boat traffic continues to pose a risk of wakes overtopping the levees,” said Cal Boating Deputy Director David Johnson. “A large amount of floating debris and swift flows also pose a serious risk to boaters.” The closure order will be updated as warranted. The Department of Boating and Waterways (Cal Boating), the state's boating agency, is authorized to restrict or ban recreational boating in the Sacramento-San Joaquin during periods of high water levels to protect people and property, facilitate flood fighting, and control vessel wakes that may lead to overtopping of levees.
  2. vini

    vini New Member

    Been seeing the pictures up there, rivers and streams its just way to much water not to be dangerous this is a good idea until things drop a bit