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Antelope Creek Tributary in Antelope Park


Antelope Creek Tributary in Antelope Park

Parks and Recreation Dept.
Contact Person:
Rock Krzycki
402-309-5936
Type of Project:
Construction
Stream Channel Stabilization
Description:
The channel through Antelope Park was experiencing severe stream bank erosion that caused damage to trees, trails, a pedestrian bridge, and threatened to damage streets close to the channel bank. This project will reduce the erosion problems and remove the threat of damage to amenities in the park by adding a winding stream and placing large rocks along certain sections of the channel to slow the water.
Project Status:
Construction Complete
Consultant:
The Flatwater Group
Contractor:
Nemaha Landscape Construction
Video:
Photos:
Prior to Construction:

October 2002
Memorial Dr. N of South Street (Antelope Park) - excessive stream bank erosion

November 2005
Memorial Dr. just south of Garfield Street (Antelope Park) - excessive stream bank erosion
Construction:

March 2006
Sanitary sewer crossing near Van Dorn St.
 

 
 
 
 

Sediment and Erosion Control Matting

Sediment and Erosion Control Matting with Vegetation
Before

June 2006
Memorial Dr. just south of Garfield St.
After

August 2006
Memorial Dr. just south of Garfield St. - MSE wall is installed
Vegetated "No Mow" Stream Banks:

June 2007

June 2007

June 2007
Map of Project:
Public Meetings:
November 4, 2004
July 19, 2005: Meeting Notice (64 K) Acrobat Document
August 26, 2005 (neighborhood meeting)
The Flatwater Group Project Spotlight Antelope Creek Tributary (594 K) Acrobat Document
CADD Concept Rendering Remote Site
Lincoln Journal Star Article: "Creek in Antelope Park gets facelift", 3/19/06 Remote Site
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