Cheryl Drive Stormwater Project
Cheryl Drive has experienced flash flooding near the intersection of Cheryl and Charleston Drive. Water can get high enough to enter vehicles driving through the intersection. The City has also received reports that the water has removed mulch from trees planted within the right-of-way. There are two main objectives for this project. Task 1 is to conduct a feasibility study to determine options to improve flash flooding near the intersection of Cheryl Drive and Charleston Drive. As part of this task, cost estimates will be developed for each option. Task 2 is to develop a new backyard drainage program which would allow residents to apply for assistance resolving private backyard drainage problems. Only certain projects would be eligible, and there would be an application process to apply for assistance. If approved by Council, this would be a City-wide program.
Project documents including video recordings of past public meetings, presentation slides, etc., are available below:
- Plan of Proposed Improvement - Cheryl Drive Stormwater Improvements - 100% Plans
- Cheryl Drive Flooding Analysis Final Report (November 2021) - PDF of Final Report
- Board of Public Works to discuss Task 2 (October 18, 2021) - Recording, PDF of Presentation
- Public Information Meeting #2 (August 26, 2021) - Recording, PDF of Presentation, Record of Zoom Chat, 1992 McKee Farms Record Drawings, Response to Outstanding Questions from Meeting
- Survey Responses (June 11, 2021) - PDF of Responses
- Public Information Meeting #1 (June 3, 2021) - Recording,
For additional questions on this project, please reach out to the Environmental Engineer, Ben Schulte, at email@example.com.