Our contractor began work last week installing stream measures within the Sycamore Creek. Weather delays prevented work from being performed on Friday, July 16. Our contractor has resumed work this morning and will be working all week, weather permitting. Please be aware of equipment moving along the Hayhoe Riverwalk, as part of the project. Personnel will be onsite to direct pedestrians and keep the work area safe. If you would like more information on the types of measures being installed, visit our stream mitigation page.
The Sycamore Creek Enhancement Project is being constructed as mitigation for the Bauer Drain Relocation Project by a contractor retained by the Ingham County Drain Commissioner Patrick E Lindemann. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Terry Belill, inspector, 989-996-5228, or Meredith Freeby, inspector, 269-254-7016.
Construction crews will begin work along the sycamore creek starting tomorrow, July 14th, 2021. Access will be along the Hayhoe Riverwalk from the city wastewater plant to Howell Road. Additional personnel will be onsite for pedestrian safety.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Terry Belill, inspector, 989-996-5228, or Meredith Freeby, inspector, 269-254-7016.
Survey staking has been completed and our contractor will begin to mobilize equipment and materials next week, July 12-16, 2021. Informational signage will be placed prior to any work commencing on the pathway, to keep pedestrians informed. While crews work along the creek, additional personnel will be available to keep pedestrians safe and to answer any questions about the project.
The construction along the Sycamore Creek will include the installation of in-stream measures designed to improve the stream. To learn more about these in-stream measures, go to the Stream Mitigation page. Check the Project Maps page to see where we are working each week. Given the nature of the work, our contractor may be delayed by weather conditions.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Terry Belill, inspector, 989-996-5228.