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Aberdeen - Fry Creek Restoration Project

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5/26/2023  -  Fry Creek Pump Station Update - May 2023   
Fry Creek Pump Station Construction is moving forward.  Based upon progress to date, it is anticipated to be completed in early 2024.
The Fry Creek Restoration and Pump Station design is nearing completion, targeting Fall 2021
After many years of ongoing work, funding coordination, and design work. The team leading the City of Aberdeen's overall flood relieve efforts is making progress on the Fry Creek Restoration project and associated pump station.
Both projects are expected to reach final design by Fall 2021 and start construction by summer 2022.
The Preliminary Design Report for the Fry Creek Restoration & Flood Reduction project was completed in August 2017. The Report identifies design and phasing alternatives for the lower creek system. Based on the Report's findings, the first phase of the project was selected to be the creek between Simpson Avenue and the railroad tracks. Final design of the first phase is currently underway. Funding for construction ($2.215 million) is included in the State's 2017-2019 biennium...
1/14/2017  -  Update from Kris Koski   
Schedule/Milestones and 2015-17 Funding have been updated.  See here.
10/17/2016  -  Update from Kris Koski   
Current project is on track and will be completed by 7/01/2017.
9/12/2016  -  Update from Kris Koski   
For Fry Creek, the first milestone should be changed from August 2016 to October 2016.
7/20/2016  -  Update from Kris Koski   
Updated schedule/milestones on project Overview page.  Consultant team will be hired August 2016.  Hydraulic analysis will be completed as part of 30% design.
5/12/2016  -  Project Website Set-Up   

Flood Authority authorized funding for the Fry Creek Restoration Project at their 4/21/2016 meeting based upon staff recommendation (see recommendation here).

 Project management website and project financials website  have been set-up.

 Project funding agreement is DRAFT  and being reviewed by the City.
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