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The project will start at the tunnel inlet near Fox Tech High School and wind through the western side of downtown to the creek’s confluence with the Alazan and Apache Creeks. The project includes 4 miles of trails and 11 acres of landscaped area and will remove 30 acres and 38 adjacent structures from the 100-year flood plain.
Follow the project’s progress on Twitter & Instagram @sanpedrocreek.
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From Martin to Santa Rosa Street, @sanpedrocreek will have ceramic tiles of @adrianamjgarcia's mural installed. This feature will be approximately 120 ft long and 12 ft tall. Watch as Kerry Averyt, @sanantonioriver's Senior Engineer & Project Manager explains more. #SanPedroCreek pic.twitter.com/NUr6wfL8Gp
The #SanPedroCreek team will begin installing steel for the inlet structure at the start of the project. The construction team also will continue forming and pouring concrete for footings, walls, benches and paseos along the project limits. mailchi.mp/7af294de43ca/c…
The #SanPedroCreek Improvements Project will not only help with flood control and water quality, but will also honor the history of the creek. Watch and see what @sanantonioriver's Sr. Engineer & Project Manager Kerry Averyt has to say about the area from Travis to Martin Street. pic.twitter.com/MJ2agvSmL0
Kerry Averyt, Senior Engineer with @sanantonioriver & Project Manager of @sanpedrocreek gives you a closer look into the improvements project from Houston to Travis Street - complete with sound effects from the construction site. 🚧 Stay tuned for more sneak peeks! #SanPedroCreek pic.twitter.com/TJGvCoeosp