Bullards Park Stream Restoration Spot Repair

The Bullards Park Stream Restoration Spot Repair is intended to protect public infrastructure and stabilize an intermittent tributary to Watts Branch within the Potomac River watershed. Due to erosion, the project is intended to protect public infrastructure and enhance the watershed through stream restoration, wetland enhancement, and invasive species control (bamboo).

Project includes:

  • Reduce erosion threatening public infrastructure, private property, and mature trees.
  • Stabilize the stream.
  • Reduce invasive species (e.g. bamboo).
  • Reestablish native vegetation.
  • Protect existing wetlands and forested areas.
  • Reduce pollutants to the Chesapeake Bay.

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  1. Project Status

    Planning Design Construction Completed

Budget

Design Cost: $108,000.00

Construction Cost: $512,500.00

Timeline

  • April 20, 2017: Project initiated
  • June 11, 2018: Schematic Design, 30 percent completed
  • June 12, 2018: Initial Public Meeting
  • Oct 12, 2018: Preliminary Design, 60 percent completed
  • Feb. 7 2019: Second Community Meeting
  • June 6, 2019: Final Design completed
  • Oct. 3, 2019: IFB #05-20 posted and released to general public
  • Anticipated to begin January 2020 and take 6 months: Construction
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Resident Notifications

Residents expected to be directly impacted by the construction will receive written notification mailed to them in advance of the work start date.

Location

Bullards Park is located at the corner of Roxboro Road and Calvert Road, Rockville MD. View the project limits (PDF).

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