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  • PR4.37 Pantano River Park: Sellarole to Michael Perry Park

    Total Actual Cost: $607,480
    Project Number: CPRPPANT2
    Funding Sources: 2004 General Obligation Bonds
    Completion Date: July 2011
    Managing Dept.: Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation
    Project Map: GIS Map

    The Pantano River Park 2004 bond project was originally installed from Michael Perry Park north to Kenyon Road. This completed project had enough remaining funds to allow for second phase to install an additional half mile stretch of river park south of Michael Perry Park to Sellarole Road. This phase two installation included a new neighborhood trail head at Stella road, divided urban path including both asphalt and soft path, landscaping, and extensive drainage improvements including two major culvert crossings, several minor crossings and erosion control swales along the path.

    Heavy rains required repair and reconfiguration during construction. This project was comparatively expensive
    to construct for its length due to the drainage issues (extensive uncontrolled onsite flow from the neighborhood) and additional infrastructure costs such as installation of new barricade railing along the entire stretch of river bank.

    This extension creates a key neighbhorhood connection point to the riverpark, and also serves as a key connection to the future Harrison Greenway.

    Pantano River Park

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