This feasibility study will assess possible solutions to improve water quality and erosion along the Clarkson Tributary of Boggy Creek.
The study will look at a variety of options to improve water quality and erosion along the Clarkson Tributary of Boggy Creek. We will also collect public input as part of the project. The Clarkson Tributary is a high priority due to:
exposed wastewater pipes,
poor water quality,
accumulations of trash and waste, and
steep banks near roadways and residential structures.
The Clarkson Tributary is about 1,800 feet of creek between Clarkson Avenue and E. 37th Street that flows into Boggy Creek.
Status and Timeline
Our capital improvement projects take many years from start to finish. The process typically includes the following phases:
Feasibility Study – when information is collected to identify potential solutions.
Preliminary Engineering – when a solution is identified and costs are estimated.
Design – when the details are worked out and construction plans drawn up.
Bidding and Permitting – when a contractor is hired and all permits are acquired.
Construction – when the project is built.
The project is currently in the feasibility study, which is expected to conclude in the fall of 2020.
To practice safe physical distancing, we are collecting input for this project online in the summer of 2020. Community input will be included in possible solutions, where feasible.