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Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project. RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT. DUSTY WILLIAMS General Manager-Chief Engineer. Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project. Project Overview

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Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project


RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

DUSTY WILLIAMS

General Manager-Chief Engineer


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Project Overview

  • Flooding History

  • Project Description

  • Project Cost


Project Overview

  • Public Safety- 100-year flood protection for over 600 homes and commercial structures

  • Environmental Restoration- Includes a 163 acre restoration site within the detention basin. Establishment of a 7-mile permanent habitat corridor

  • Recreation- Regional Sports Park & trail system


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Project Overview

  • Location


Murrieta Creek Phase 1 at First St.


Murrieta Creek Phase 1 at First St.


Murrieta Creek Phase 2


Murrieta Creek Phase 2


Phase 3: Detention Basin Site


Phase 3: Detention Basin Site


Murrieta Creek: Elm to Tenaja- Phase 4


Murrieta Creek near Ivy St. (Phase 4)


  • Overall map


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Project Overview

  • Flooding History

    • Major Events in 1938 and 1969

    • Presidential Disaster Declarations in 1980, 1993, 1995 and 1998

    • 1993: $12 million damages in Temecula & Murrieta $88 million in damages to Camp Pendleton


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Project Description

  • Project Overview

  • Flooding History


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Flood Control

  • Environmental Restoration

  • Recreation

  • Elements


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Elements

    • Flood Control


Flood Control Element

  • Public Safety- 100-year flood protection for over 600 homes and commercial structures

  • Public Health - Protection of regional waste water treatment plant.

  • National Security - Reduction to potential flood damages to Camp Pendleton.


  • Channel cross sections


Existing Condition and Proposed Design at “B” Street


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Environmental Restoration

  • Elements

    • Flood Control


Environmental Restoration Element

  • Environmental Restoration- Includes a 163 acre restoration site within the detention basin.

  • Establishment of a 7-mile permanent habitat corridor.


Phase 3: Detention Basin Site


Warm Springs Creek

Elm Street

Jefferson Avenue

Cherry Street

  • Detention Basin Site

  • Restoration Area Highlighted.

Santa

Gertrudis

Creek

Restoration

Area


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Recreation

    • Sports Park

  • Elements

    • Flood Control

    • Environmental Restoration


Warm Springs Creek

Jefferson Avenue

Cherry Street

Public Park

  • Vertical Picture of Basin Site w/ Recreation Area Highlighted.

Santa

Gertrudis

Creek


Sedimentation Basin

Restoration Area

Parking

Lot

Public Park

Pond

  • Basin Site w/ Restoration and Recreation Areas Depicted.

Bicycle

Trail

Meandering

Streams

Pedestrian -

Bicycle

Bridges

Equestrian Trail


Recreation Element - Sports Park

  • 50-Acre Regional Sports Park within 240-acre detention basin site at Jefferson & Cherry.

  • Four official soccer fields

  • A minimum of four baseball / softball fields.

  • A large tot lot.

  • Group picnic facilities.

  • Restroom / snack bar facility.

  • Parking for approximately 360 vehicles.

  • Ample trees and landscaping.


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Flood Control

  • Environmental Restoration

  • Recreation

    • Sports Park

  • Elements

  • Trails

    • Bicycle

    • Equestrian/Hiking


Recreation Element - Trails

  • 7+ mile long trail system for equestrians, bicycling and hiking will be built along the entire length of the project.

  • Pocket parks / staging areas for trail users

  • Dip crossings for trails at all bridges for user safety.

  • Parks and trails will be operated with the cooperation of local citizen ‘sponsors’.


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Project Cost

  • Project Overview

  • Flooding History

  • Project Description


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • Project Cost

  • Total Cost - $90 million

    • Cost Sharing Authorized by Congress

      • 65% Federal Share ($60 million)

      • 35% Local Share ($30 million)


Local Costs

$12,298,000

$9,102,428

$5,431,034

$3,606,364

$2,916,958

$2,250,000

$2,566,648

$3,001,971

$41,173,403

  • Real Estate

  • Disposal of material

  • Guava Street Bridge

  • Ivy Street Bridge

  • Utilities

  • Recreation

  • Main Street Bridge

  • 5% Cash

  • TOTAL


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

SUMMARY

  • Project Overview

    • Built from Shell Station to Tenaja

    • Four Phases

  • Flooding History

    • 1980 and 1993

  • Project Description

    • Flood Control

    • Environmental Restoration

    • Recreation

  • Project Cost

    • Total Cost = $90 million

    • Local Share = $41 million


Murrieta Creek Flood Control, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project

  • WHEN?

    • Phase 1 Construction Start - September 2003

    • Phase 2 - Fall 2004

    • Phase 3 - 2005

    • Phase 4 - 2006


Thank You


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