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SWG-2007-00119 - Harris County Water Control & Improvement District 96 - Harris County

Published July 12, 2016
Expiration date: 8/11/2016

Full Public Notice      Project Plans     Mitigation Plan

The applicant proposes to construct a self-mitigating stream stabilization project along approximately 1,026 linear feet of stream (identified by Harris County as perennial stream 133 (P133)) by the replacement of riprap beneath clean fill to repair an eroding stream.  Approximately 3,000 cubic yards will be placed within approximately 0.5 acre of channel before the designed stream channel is cut.  The design will relocate and repair the top of bank by placing 18 inches of riprap in portions of the high bank requiring protection to a minimum of 1 foot below the designed stream bed.  The riprap will then be covered by at least 6 inches of fill material on side slopes and up to 12 feet of clean fill material along the stream banks to create bankfull benches and a more stable stream bed.  Planting, riffle and toe wood areas are included as stream enhancement features.