Construction broke ground on April 6, 2020. For the months of April and May, the site will be cleared to make way for the footprint of the wetland. This will include removing vegetation, realignment of a sanitary sewer line, and demolishing the greenway. The greenway will be relocated between the stream and the newly constructed wetland. Access to the greenway will remain closed until the completion of the project. The anticipated completion date for this project is October 2020.
This project is for the construction of a stormwater control measure wetland that is approximately 1.62 acres in size as well as the realignment of gravity sewer and a portion of the Indian Creek Greenway. The greenway and gravity sewer are being relocated on the parcel to make room for the footprint of the wetland. The project is located adjacent to the Indian Creek Trailhead and across the street from Town Hall. The purpose of the project is to build a stormwater control measure to treat existing and future impervious associated with the Town Center Core development. The wetland will improve water quality by filtering out contaminants such as trash, chemicals, pet waste and fertilizers that can be found in stormwater runoff before slowly releasing into the stream.