Future Projects

Proposed Projects/Under Review

*Dayton Road relief sewer
*Detention  basin near Hyder Drive

 

Future Projects

Re-grade property to existing catch basins (east of Amy Avenue) – Project cost – $25,000.00,
Time Frame – 6 to 12 months

Stream restoration of Rand Ditch (Appaloosa Trail) – Project cost – $25,000.00,
Time Frame – 2 to 3 years
a.  Controls the upstream surface water velocity and flow to lessen the impact downstream.
b.  Reduces velocities in the stream channel to reduce scour and erosion of the stream banks.

Upgrade existing storm sewer (Dayton Road) – Project cost – $35,000.00,
Time Frame – 6 to 12 months
a.  Upsize the existing 12″ diameter pipe to a new 24″ diameter pipe to convey the proper amount of surface water.

Proposed  overflow channel (Hyder Drive) – Project cost – $75,000.00,
Time frame – 3 to 5 years
a.  Construct a new overflow channel to convey excess surface water downstream in a controlled manner.

Proposed  overflow channel (Safford Drive) – Project cost – $75,000.00,
Time frame – 3 to 5 years
a.  Construct a new overflow channel to convey excess surface water around residences to an area that will become a storm water management storage location.

Construct flood plain (Lake/Safford Street) – Project cost – $250,000.00
Time frame – 3 to 5 years
a.  Controls the upstream surface water velocity and flow to lessen the impact downstream.
b.  Reduce velocities in the stream channel to reduce scour and erosion of the stream banks.

Parkway Blvd. Bypass (Parkway Blvd.) – Project cost – $300,000.00
Time frame – 3 to 5 years
a.  Construct a 4′ diameter storm sewer from Rand Ditch to the north side of West Main Street.  This sewer would serve as a high water sewer relief and would only convey storm water flows that exceed the normal stream bank limits, thereby not affecting the natural ecology of the stream.  The area north of the discharge will become a storm water management location.

 

 

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