Holmes Run/Chambliss Crossing Project
Project construction is underway, with completion of construction scheduled for Summer 2013, pending weather conditions.
100% Design Plan After Adjustments for Tropical Storm Lee Damage
Previous Meeting Information and Materials
Thursday, September 24, 2009 -- FINAL Community Meeting for Study
The meeting included a presentation of proposed options and a preferred alternative which will serve as the concept for future a planned stream bank restoration and crossing project.
Saturday, May 30, 2009 -- Community Meeting #3
This meeting featured a tutorial on streambank stabilization/restoration and a site visit/Q&A with the project team
Thursday, May 28, 2009 -- Community Meeting #2
This meeting featured a project update and engineer's opinion of probable crossing type.
March 18, 2009 -- Project Kickoff (Community Meeting #1)
The Holmes Run/Chambliss Crossing project:
- Updates the findings of an existing 2002 site/feasibility study for the Holmes Run Multi-use Crossing with particular consideration paid to recent flood events
- Includes hydrology and hydraulic analysis at a preliminary crossing location to identify and propose stream bank stabilization and restoration options which should also be incorporated into design and construction plans
- Includes all environmental assessments and environmental impact statements
- Completes design for a crossing and shared-use path connections to existing trails
- Incorporates streambank stabilization/restoration for the banks between North Chambliss and the city line
Contact Information: For more information, please contact Carrie Sanders, Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager, 703-746-4088, firstname.lastname@example.org