Chippewa Creek Flood Reduction at Echo Lane Project
Now at 90% design, this project will alleviate flooding and reduce flood risks in Broadview Heights
Our Regional Stormwater Management Program addresses water quality, flooding, and erosion issues throughout our service area, which includes the Cities of Broadview Heights and North Royalton. As part of the program, the Sewer District is continuing its project to reduce flooding in the Echo Lane area of Broadview Heights and North Royalton. The Chippewa Creek Flood Reduction at Echo Lane Project will alleviate flooding and reduce flooding risks to the neighborhood in Broadview Heights including homes along Echo Lane, West Ridge Drive, and Oaks Drive. The project includes modifying a detention basin in the neighborhood, as well as providing additional floodplain volume to reduce flooding potential. Construction cost is estimated to be $10 million.
Progress: 90% design
Updated August 30, 2022 | Watch our 90% design overview update (40 min.) | Download 90% design concept plan (PDF)
Progress: 60% design
Updated May 12, 2022
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