Village of WestmontDate Issued: May 22, 2015
The Village of Westmont has scheduled a public meeting to discuss the current status of the St. Joseph Creek Stabilization Project for Wednesday, May 27, 6:30 p.m. at the Village Hall, 31 W. Quincy Street. The goal of the meeting is to provide an update regarding the project and answer resident questions. The meeting will be in an Open House format with a short introduction in the beginning by staff.
The current phase of the St. Joseph Creek Streambank Stabilization Project began this past March with the clearing of vegetation. As weather permits, work will continue along both sides of the creek between Oliver Court and Elwood Court. Streambank work will include the installation of erosion and sedimentation controls, stone toes, gabion baskets, and native plantings.
This restoration project has been made possible through the collaboration of nine single-family homes in Sycamore Run, the previous and current owners of the Eagle Creek Apartments, the Village of Westmont, and DuPage County. Notices have been sent to current and/or previous property owners in this area. Separate agreements were executed nearly eight years ago for all subject properties and affected neighbors in Sycamore Run. Since that time, the Village of Westmont has developed various aspects of the project including design, various regulatory permitting, and now construction.
If you are unable to attend and have any questions in the interim, please contact Noriel Noriega at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-981-6295.
Contact: Larry McIntyreVillage of Westmont Communications Director630-417-0280, email@example.com