In preparation for the construction of the Spruce Wash Improvements flood mitigation projects, during the week of August 14 crews will begin clearing trees and vegetation in a portion of the area known as the “wedge”. The “wedge” is the City-owned, triangle-shaped parcel bound by N West St, E Linda Vista Dr and E Cedar Ave. Crews will only be removing trees in an area within the footprint of the future Wedge Detention Basin project.
Once a portion of the trees and vegetation are removed, a fenced temporary construction yard will be set up to store equipment and materials for the upcoming Spruce Wash Improvements flood mitigation projects.
The public is asked to keep out of the fenced construction yard and be aware of construction activity. No road closures are anticipated.
Construction on the underground utilities portion of the Grandview Drive Reconstruction project is anticipated to being in early September.
The design of plans for the upcoming Spruce Wash Improvements flood mitigation projects is underway. The City will be hosting a public meeting to review the preliminary plans and discuss the projects with the community in greater detail. For more information on the planned projects, visit museumfloodprojects.com/proposition-441.