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SWG-2022-00077 - City of League City - Magnolia Creek and Cedar Gully - Galveston County, Texas

USACE Galveston District
Published July 6, 2023
Expiration date: 8/7/2023

Public Notice          Project Plan          Alternatives Analysis

The applicant proposes to discharge a total of approximately 342 cubic yards of concrete into a total of 3,668 linear feet of streams (1.07 acres), and 0.2 acre of open water at 56 separate locations along the banks of Magnolia Creek and Cedar Gully. This project proposes spot repairs to correct erosion conditions, intermittent shoreline repairs, bank stabilization, slope paving in spots, and to replace culverts that are not functioning correctly. Bank stabilization will be required for the culvert replacement locations.  The purpose of the project is to return Magnolia Creek and Cedar Gully to their intended function.  Outfalls along the channels will be removed and replaced with HDPE pipe to adhere to City standards, in some cases improving velocity and slope.  This modified approach allows for the current shape of the Magnolia Creek to only be disturbed at the most pertinent areas.  The re-design of the project will result in only temporary impacts to install erosion protection and/or bank stabilization measures and will not result in a net loss of waters of the United States.