Haikey Creek Flood Prevention

Allocation: $12,200,000.00

Summary Update:

Roadway re-surfacing at 141st & Mingo as well as the project’s bridge locations are finished. All construction operations for the Relief Channel & Levee project are complete.

The two projects of the Diversion Channel Project (Phase 1) are the removal of buildings and utilities, and sanitary sewer and water at 138th & Mingo. Phase 2, from 141st Street to the river, will include sodding, installation of storm sewer piping, and roadway work.  The bridge and drainage structure portions of Phase 2 are complete.



This project includes the design and construction of two projects: a relief channel and west-bank levee project, and a diversion channel and floodplain relief channel. These projects, located between 131st and 141st and between Mingo and 129th East Avenue, are intended to reduce flooding and increase public safety, eliminate the need for onsite water detention storage facilities, use flood reduction measures that also improve wildlife habitat and aesthetics, and create a 100-year storm water management system along the Mingo Road corridor.


Construction: Manhattan Road & Bridge