Releases video instead of holding ribbon cutting
The Contra Costa County Flood Control District is proud to announce that the widening of Marsh Creek is complete and planting has begun on the Three Creeks Parkway Restoration Project. Noticeable improvements include a trail extension under Central Blvd. in Brentwood, foundation and abutments for a future pedestrian bridge at Sand Creek, and an integrated water quality basin and expanded trail system at Sungold Park.
The Three Creeks Parkway Restoration Project is a multi-benefit, multi-agency, public-private partnership to plant trees and vegetation along a nearly one-mile, treeless stretch of Marsh Creek near downtown Brentwood.
As part of the first phase, approximately 19,500 cubic yards of soil were excavated and removed from the creek’s banks and the creek’s channel was widened on average by about 25 feet. The next phase of the project, the planting of native vegetation and installation of landscape features by American Rivers, is expected to be completed by the end of August 2021, weather permitting.
In lieu of an in-person ribbon cutting event, a video was produced showcasing key partners and features of the project.
To learn more about this project visit www.contracosta.ca.gov/5814/Three-Creeks-Parkway-Project.
About Contra Costa County Public Works Department:
Contra Costa County Public Works Department (CCCPWD) maintains over 660 miles of roads, 150 miles of streams, channels and other drainage and over 200 County buildings throughout Contra Costa County. CCCPWD provides services such as Parks and Recreation, Sand Bag Distribution and Flood Control throughout unincorporated areas of Contra Costa County. For more information about CCCPWD, please visit us at www.cccpublicworks.org