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128th Street Comprehensive Setback Levee Feasibility Study
Pierce County Planning and Public Works is conducting a feasibility study to help alleviate the flooding risk and impacts along both the right and left banks of the Puyallup River, near the 128th Street East bridge crossing. Though levees are present along both banks of the Puyallup River, this area experiences widespread flooding due to insufficient channel capacity and existing levee protection. Levee setback features help to minimize risk from flooding to nearby property and infrastructure and improve fish habitat. The objective of this study is to evaluate how levee setbacks would benefit and effect the surrounding natural environment and community. Throughout this study, Pierce County is committed to working with the community and nearby property owners to develop alternatives and prioritize potential future projects.
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