Ostrich Creek Stormwater Retrofits

CURRENT PROJECT STATUS UPDATE (October 11, 2021)

The City has awarded the project to SCI Infrastructure, LLC of SeaTac, Washington and is currently working with them for a project schedule.  Once received, that will be posted on the website.

Traffic Impacts: None at this time.  Once construction starts, expect delays with one lane alternating closures with specific closures in some areas.  

SCOPE AND PURPOSEOstrichCreekCulvertMap

The Ostrich Bay Creek stormwater basin is approximately 14 acres of heavily urbanized area which flows to Ostrich Creek with no treatment. Kitsap County Public Health District has a No-Contact order for the creek due to high fecal coliform bacteria levels. The City will be installing 14 biopods at key points in the basin to be able to treat stormwater before it enters the creek.  

SCHEDULE

  • 90% Design completed – December 2018
  • Funding secured and design restarted to complete – August 2020
  • Contract award and order Biopods – October 2021
  • Construction complete – June 2022

FUNDING

DOE Stormwater Grant     $802,000
City Stormwater Utility       $598,000
Total Project Cost              $1,400,000                              

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CONTACT US

  1. Gunnar Fridriksson
    Project Manager
    Ph: 360-473-5758
    Email