Ostrich Bay Creek Stormwater Treatment Retrofit Construction
Near Term Action Overview
Near Term Action Attributes
Additional Basic Information
|Comment:||Ecology awarded the City of Bremerton with a Stormwater Financial Assistance Program grant in the amount of $802,367 and the City of Bremerton Stormwater Fund is providing $897,633 in funding to complete the the $1,700,000 project. The final design will be completed in 2020 with construction in 2021.|
|City of Bremerton (City of Bremerton)|
Near Term Action Details
Narrative types of documents such as reports, contracts, site plans, stakeholder surveys, work plans, etc.
- Uploaded On
- File Type
- Other - Ostrich Bay Creek Treatment Retrofit Partial planset
Documents that provide location and spatial information related to the activity
No attachments associated with the 'Maps' Attachment Type.
Other supporting information including spreadsheets, data, compilation of web links, etc.
- Uploaded On
- File Type
- Excel (XLSX)
- Other - Ostrich Bay Creek cost estimate
Letters of Support
Letters of support or commitment from partners
No attachments associated with the 'Letters of Support' Attachment Type.
Visual aids and images such as posters, presentations, results chains, diagrams, models, etc.
No attachments associated with the 'Visuals' Attachment Type.
|08/31/2021 7:56 AM||Chance Berthiaume||Final design is complete, permits are in hand, and the project is ready to go out to bid. Construction is expected to begin in March of 2022 and take 2 months to complete.|
|10/06/2020 4:33 PM||Chance Berthiaume||Consultant selection will be completed in October of 2020 and will complete the final design by mid or late January. Project will be bid for construction in February of 2021 with planned completion in late summer.|
|04/20/2020 12:40 PM||Chance Berthiaume||Ostrich Bay Creek has been identified as one of the most polluted streams in Kitsap County by Kitsap Public Health and has shown improved water quality over the past 10 or more years from pollution identification and correction program efforts. Stormwater has significant water quality impacts to the stream and Ostrich and Oyster Bays where a fecal coliform TMDL was established through the Sinclair and Dyes Inlet's FC TMDL in 2012. This stormwater treatment design was completed in 2017 with an Ecology Stormwater Financial Assistance Program (SFAP) grant. Ecology selected the project for funding in the 2019 competitive grant applications of their Water Quality Program. Construction of the designed treatment systems will significantly improve water quality of stormwater entering Ostrich Creek and help meet TMDL goals. This project ties closely with culvert replacements on Ostrich Creek costing $4.6 million over the next 2 years, and the $900K Marine Drive and Kitsap Way stormwater treatment retrofit construction that was completed in March of 2020.|
|02/27/2019 12:00 AM||Jennifer Burke||Total Cost Estimate Comment: Estimate covers full project cost that include final engineering, bid docs, advertising and selection, survey, permits, mobilization, labor, materials, and record drawings. Operations and maintenance manuals are also included. Grant/project management costs are cover by the City's Stormwater Utility.|
No External Links entered.