Project Number: BC-7
In the fall of 2015 the project contractor completed the final project tasks and for the next two years will continue to maintain the native vegetation planted as part of the project.
The estimated cost of this project is $250,000 of which $31,200 will be funded by the BCWMC's Capital Improvement Program Closed Project Account and up to $218,000 will be paid from the BCWMC's 2013 ad valorem tax levy collected via Hennepin County in 2014.
The BCWMC, in cooperation with the City of Golden Valley, constructed the Briarwood/Dawnview Water Quality Improvement Project to improve the water quality discharged into the Bassett Creek Main Stem from a 184-acre single-family residential subwatershed generally located east of Highway 100 and north of Duluth Street.
The constructed project was identified as Option 3 in the project feasibility study and comprised the construction of a stormwater retention and treatment pond with dead pool storage. The pond is located south of Dawnview Terrace and east of Highway 100. The project reduced the amount of suspended solids and phosphorous entering Bassett Creek each year by an estimated 23 tons and 40 pounds, respectively.
Final Project Report: Brairwood/Dawnview Water Quality Improvement Project Final Report
50% Design Plans (Approved with BCWMC Engineer Comments March 2014)
90% Design Plans (Approved with BCWMC Engineer Comments Sept 2014)
BCWMC Resolution Ordering Project: Resolution 13-05 (September 19, 2013)
Feasibility Study: Briarwood/Dawnview Water Quality Improvement Project (WSB & Associates, April 5, 2013)
Contact: BCWMC Administrator Laura Jester at email@example.com or 952-270-1990.