Cloverdale River Park - Phase III

Bank Restoration & FEMA Flood Repair Project

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Background

This completed project was for the removal of the existing levee in the northern area of the park and the creation of a more natural terraced river bank, and to repair flood damage from the winter storms of 2005-2006. The work included planted rock structures to collect sediment and deflect the flow of the river back into the main channel, the installation of willow wattles, willow mattresses and willow staking to stabilize the bank, the construction of a boat launch ramp and portage, family picnic sites, paths, interpretive panels, and planting of native trees and shrubs to create additional riparian habitat along the Russian River.

Funded By

  • Proposition 50 River Parkways grant for $742,839
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funding of $582,320
  • Park Mitigation Fees $100,000

Questions or Comments?

Contact Project Manager:

Mark Cleveland
Call:  (707) 565-3349
Email:  Mark Cleveland

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