Dry Creek Restoration Project

Client: Sandy City

Bowen Collins & Associates (BC&A) completed the design, environmental permitting and construction management of 1,200 linear feet of the Dry Creek channel realignment near the Sandy City South Town Mall to accommodate future development, provide public open space, mitigate 100-year flood concerns, and connect Monroe Street from 10200 South to 10600 South and I-15. BC&A completed environmental compliance, including an extensive Individual Permit with the US Army Corps of Engineers, Salt Lake County Flood Control permitting and a State of Utah Stream Alteration permit. The project goals were to enhanced riparian habitat, develop a pedestrian trail that connects Dimple Dell to the Jordan River Parkway Trail, provide a pedestrian bridge over Dry Creek, and create a park for leisure and recreational use.


Quick Project Facts:

  • 1,200 Linear Feet of Channel Realignment and Habitat Improvements
  • Bank Stabilization/Bioengineering
  • Park Planning and Design
  • Environmental Permitting
  • Construction Management