Stony Creek Feasibility Study
The Neighborhoods of James Place, Arrowhead, and Wellington Northeast in Noblesville have been concerned about the erosion and stream flow changes they have seen in Stony Creek over the past several years. These neighborhoods have been working with the Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) to see what could be done to get their stream back. After observing the negative resource concerns to a valuable natural area in our urban landscape, the SWCD decided to pursue an engineering feasibility study to help determine what can be done to alleviate the erosion and other concerns in the area. With the help of DNR Lake and River Enhancement (LARE) funding, the SWCD was able to hire FlatLand Resources (FLR). Through this study we hope to find out what can be done to improve the erosion situation, increase wildlife and aquatic habitat, and return this valuable natural resource to a high quality site within our community
For more information read our Winter 2020 newsletter article introduction to the project. Read our Fall 2020 newsletter article for updates to the study.
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Submit your Questions here about the project to be answered by FlatLand Resources or project managers of the Stony Creek Feasibility Study so we can answer them during the meeting or shortly after.
WHEN: December 2, 2020; 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM (EST)
The event will have 4 sessions and you can attend just part of a session, a few sessions, or stay for them all.
Anytime between now and the event : Public Input & Question Submission -Submit your questions (link provided here) before or during the event to be answered during the event or as follow up after the meeting. Please View Digital Handouts, Read Material, and Formulate Questions for Flatland Resources & SWCD Project Managers to consider either in the Q & A session or with after meeting follow-up.
4:30 - 5:00 pm : Stony Creek Feasibility Study Presentation - Learn about the findings and what possibilities may exist towards reducing erosion, increasing habitat, and addressing flow issues within Stony Creek.
5:00 - 6:15 pm : Q&A Session - Hear from the project managers and get answers to some of the questions raised during the project, during the input session, or from the audience.
6:15 - 6:30 pm : Final Thoughts - Wrap up and conclusions with a next steps discussion.
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Public Meeting Virtual Event - December 2nd
Join us the public meeting for the Stony Creek Feasibility Study with updates. We will offer a virtual meeting on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 from 3:00-6:30pm. We will have an informative presentation with updates about the project followed by a Q&A session. Please RSVP here to indicate whether you plan to attend virtually, which will allow us plan accordingly.
Questions about the project can be directed to Ginger Davis email@example.com
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Involving stakeholders into the process is vital to reach a balance between the needed changes and the quality of life for the residents. Please consider joining our stakeholders group for more information and to become a voice in the change needed for this area.
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FLR has a long history of project management and fund procurement.
We can help guide the community through the RFP process and bid
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day to day project work flows. We have established relationships with
local and regional foundations and have worked extensively through State
and Federal grant sources. We want the opportunity to help you find
additional funding and will assist in developing realistic cost-estimates
and funding matrices for grant applications.