Project Number: 2026 CR-P
A feasibility study is underway including field inventories, desktop analyses, investigation of potential permit requirements, and input from residents and other stakeholders.
The estimated cost of the feasibility study is $111,000 and is being completed by the BCWMC in cooperation with the City of Plymouth. The BCWMC has earmarked up to $2,000,000 for a future restoration project in this area which would be paid with Hennepin County property taxes levied on all BCWMC residents.
The BCWMC is currently studying the feasibility of a proposed project to restore streambanks along Plymouth Creek from Dunkirk Lane to 38th Avenue North (behind the Plymouth Ice Center) in cooperation with the City of Plymouth. The study will inventory eroding areas and evaluate potential restoration needs and methods along this 7,000 foot section of the creek. Goals of a restoration project include stabilizing streambanks to reduce erosion, improve water quality, and improve in-stream and near stream habitats. A future project may also include removing accumulated sediment in some areas of the creek, reconnecting the floodplain with the creek, incorporating a meander into a once straightened part of the creek to better mimic natural stream morphology, and removing dead, dying, or invasive trees along the creek.
A public survey and open house is planned for March 2024 to get input and feedback on restoration concepts. Watch for additional announcements on this page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to an email list for updates.
Feasibility Study Scope of Work (Oct 2023)