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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Kimball Park LID & Paradise Creek Restoration

The project will construct multiple bioretention areas and expand wetlands habitats in and around Kimball Park to treat a highly urbanized drainage area of approximately 77 acres. The project will also restore approximately 1,050 linear feet of Paradise Creek through Kimball Park by removing the concrete channel, widening the creek and reintroducing native riparian vegetation. The project will implement low-impact development (LID) to improve water quality from urban storm water runoff and provide an opportunity for residents and guests to interact with a natural, tidally-influenced water body through the park. Educational signage will also be installed along the restored creek and expanded wetland areas within the park

SCHEDULE

Timeline for Kimball Park LID & Paradise Creek Restoration

FUNDING

Funding for Kimball Park LID & Paradise Creek Restoration

UPDATES

The most recent project updates are listed below.

PROJECT UPDATE

September 26, 2016

Landscape and Irrigation is complete including hydro-seed with minor punch list items needed; Installed REAZ and slurry and completed striping.

Two-Week Look-Ahead:
Complete minor outstanding items.

PROJECT TEAM

Contact Information

Contractor

West-Tech Contracting
568 N. Tulip Street
Escondido, CA 92025
Phone: (760) 233-2580
Email: rick@wtcinc.biz

Project Management

ICCS
Attn: Sean Gill
PO Box 6211
Norco, CA 92860
Phone: (951) 532-6483
Email: sgill@iccsinc.net

City of National City

Stephen Manganiello
City Engineer
1243 National City Blvd.
National City, CA 91950
Phone: (619) 336-4380

CONTACT

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