BEACHWAY DRIVE & FERN/PARK STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS
The Beachway Drive and Fern/Park Stormwater Improvement Project is located in the vicinity of the Beachway Drive and Birch Bay Drive intersection and was identified as a capital project in the Central North Subwatershed Master Plan. A new stormwater system was installed along Park Lane, Fern Street and Beachway Drive to carry flows from higher elevation land above the beach to a new stormwater outfall on the beach. A new low-level stormwater system was installed to carry flows from low areas around Birch Bay Drive to a separate, smaller outfall. Separating high- and low-level flows protects lower elevation properties from upland runoff.
Project components include: new high-level conveyance system from Park Lane and Fern Street down Beachway Drive to the beach, a new low-level system along Birch Bay Drive, a cartridge treatment vault at the corner of Fern Street and Beachway Drive to remove pollutants, improved drainage at the lower end of Maple Street, and removing a derelict concrete boat ramp on the beach.
- Reduce flooding
- Improve water quality
- Provide drainage to areas without stormwater facilities
- Separate high-level and low-level stormwater systems
Construction Year: 2014- Completed
Engineer: Tetra Tech, Inc.
Contractor: Len Honcoop Gravel, Inc.
Construction Contract: $521,000
- Location map
- Construction notice postcard
- Final project design drawings
- Pre-design Report (30% complete design)
- Preliminary Solutions Report
- Public comments received with response
March 19, 2014 Public Meeting
October 16, 2013 Public Meeting