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2005 Stormwater Bond Issue - Watershed Master Plan Implementation Projects

Beal Slough Stream Stability East of 56th


Beal Slough Stream Stability East of 56th

Lower Platte South Natural Resources District
Parks and Recreation Dept.
Contact Person:
Rock Krzycki
402-441-4959
Type of Project:
Design and Construction
Stream Channel Stabilization
Project Description:
The stream banks east of S 56th Street along Beal Slough are eroding and causing damage to adjacent properties. Stormwater runoff from area streets and parking lots carries pollutants, such as car fluids, fertilizer from area lawns, sediment from construction activity, and sediment from stream bank erosion, directly into Beal Slough. The solution is to reshape and stabilize the stream banks in this area and build two water quality wetlands that will store and remove some of these pollutants before they reach Beal Slough.
Project Status:
Construction Complete
Consultant:
E&A Consulting Group
Contractor:
LeGrande
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Prior to Construction:

November 2004
SW corner of London Rd. Park, downstream

November 2004
SW corner of London Rd. Park, bank cutting

November 2004
SW corner of London Rd. Park, bank cutting

November 2004
SW corner of London Rd. Park, upstream
Construction:

August 2007
Stream Bank Stabilization

August 2007
Inlet to East Water Quality Wetland

August 2007
East Wetland
Map of Project:
Rain to Recreation
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Watershed Master Plan Implementation Projects