Project Description: This project continues city efforts to improve the quality of life for residents in the Springbrook neighborhood.
This project will help restore the ecosystem along approximately 660 linear feet of shoreline, improve water quality, and create a healthy place for Springbrook residents.
Restoration efforts will improve the biodiversity of native and aquatic plants and improve water quality within this important salmon bearing riparian area (Chambers Clover Creek Watershed). Other improvements could include walking paths, viewpoints, picnic and open space areas, a fenced dog park and curb gutters and sidewalks on current and adjacent city property located across the bridge on 47th Ave.
Estimated Cost: $773,000 from Department of Commerce grant
Project Status: On-going. Design is complete. Permitting and bidding anticipated in January 2021. Construction anticipated to be complete by December 31, 2021.