King County will be hosting an Open House on Tuesday, June 25 about the Lower Russell Levee Setback project.
The free event will run from 5:30 – 7:15 p.m. at the Kent Regional Library’s Large Conference Room 212.
Guests can learn more about the project schedule and scope and how it will improve flood protection along the Green River.
“Please join the project team for an overview of construction activities and timing of this upcoming project in your community to improve flood protection along the Green River.”
WHEN: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 5:30 – 7:15 p.m.
WHERE: Kent Regional Library, Large Conference Room 212 2nd Ave N, Kent, WA 98032 (map below)
Proposed Phase 1 project construction activities:
- Construct floodwall at upstream end of project area
- Water main relocation
- Van Doren’s Landing Park and Russell Road will be open during Phase 1 construction
- Trails will remain open with minimal impact Proposed project schedule
- Phase 1 Construction:
- Build floodwall and relocate water main: July 2019-April 2020
- Phase 2 Construction:
- Build new park, levee, trail, and habitat area: Start 2020
To learn more about the project or to sign up for project updates, go to www.kingcounty.gov/rivers or contact Erik Peters, [email protected] or 206-477-4797.
Alternative formats and interpreter services available by request: 206-477-4812. TTY: 711
Formatos alternativos y servicios de traduccion estan disponibles: 206-477-4812. TTY: 711
King County is hosting an open house June 25 on the Lower Russell Levee Setback project. Learn more about the project schedule and scope and how it will improve flood protection along the Green River. pic.twitter.com/08JhYoDksR
— City of Kent, WA (@cityofkent) June 18, 2019