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Reedy Creek Stream Restoration Project
 

The Reedy Creek Stream Restoration is intended to improve water quality within the headwaters of the Reedy Creek watershed.  The project area is roughly bounded by Plaza Road Extension to the south and south-east, Rocky River Road to the north, and Hood Road to the east.  There are approximately 25,000 linear feet of stream running through both private and public property in and around the project area.  The streams in this area are in various conditions ranging from stable to badly eroding.  There is potential to restore, enhance, and/or preserve the streams in the project area to improve or protect water quality.  This project will also create, enhance, and protect forested riparian areas and aquatic habitat.

Wildlands Engineering, Inc. is the design-build engineering firm for this project.

For more project information, please visit: http://reedycreekrestoration.com/

Objectives:

• Stabilizing eroded stream banks
• Restoring the floodplain to its natural state and function
• Changing the stream path to a more natural design
• Improving habitat for aquatic life
• Enhancing water quality
• Constructing Best Management Practices (BMPs) to reduce the pollution in Reedy Creek and its tributaries.

Reedy Creek Stream Restoration 
 

Project Team

William Harris, E.I.
City Project Manager
704-353-1147

Amy Bice, E.I.
Watershed Area Manager
704-432-0965

Matthew Gustis, P.E.
City Engineering Team Program Manager
704-336-6183