The repair work will span approximately 500 feet from the parking lot at Pearson Springs pavilion to the footbridge on the section of trail leading to Montgomery Lane. There will be fencing along the streambank, and construction equipment will be staged in a small section of the parking lot. While brief closures and restricted access may be required during the process, the greenway will remain open through this area during the project.
Stormwater Program Manager Dale Jayne said, “This final section of the project will complete the 2,200 feet section of the streambank along the greenway that began in 2017. It will fortify the land surrounding the creek and help keep sediment out of the creek, improving the aquatic environment. This will provide stability to the bank and ensure the greenway in this section is open to enjoy for many years to come.”
D.R. Phillips Contracting will perform the work under the supervision of Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., the designer and engineer for this project.
For information on the streambank stabilization project, Stormwater Program Manager Dale Jayne at 273-3512.