Lynn Gripon Park at Countryside Mountain Bike Trail (Low-Water Crossing)

Budget

$574,175

Scope of Work

Kimley-Horn is designing a low-water crossing across Magnolia Creek to allow access east of the creek to develop and maintain Phase 2 of the Mountain Bike Trail at Lynn Gripon Park at Countryside. The low-water crossing will connect Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the mountain bike trail. The low-water crossing will also allow the public works and parks departments the only access point for continuous maintenance of the area east of Magnolia Creek. Following the construction of the low-water crossing, City personnel will once again be utilized to layout and construct Phase 2 of the mountain bike trail, which will complete this project.

Subdivisions, Areas, or Streets Impacted

Far east area of Lynn Gripon Park at Countryside along Magnolia Creek.

Project Status

Design and Permitting Phase - Design began in December 2021 with a kick-off meeting, preliminary engineering field work, and site visit to determine the low-water crossing placement. The preliminary hydraulic study for the proposed low-water crossing area was submitted, and structural design began in January 2022. In February 2022, the consultant completed a tree inventory of protected trees and the data processing for the aquatic resources’ delineation within the proposed project area. Structural design continues for the proposed crossing, and the consultant expects delivery of 60% of the design plans in March 2022.

Project Manager Contact Information

Danny Carder
Phone: 281-554-1443
Email Danny Carder

Map Highlighting Project Boundaries

Map highlighting low water crossing location at countryside mountain bike trail.