Expiration date: 3/10/2021
Papio-Missouri River NRD - The project consists of constructing a regional detention basin (Dam) within the West Papillion Creek Watershed, known as WP-2. The structure would be an earthen embankment approximately 1,357 feet in length and 44 feet high. The principle spillway pool area would be 17 acres at elevation 1138’. The project also includes the construction of a water quality basin placed on the west tributary to trap sediment. The construction will impact a total of 2.983 acres of wetlands, consisting of permanently filling 0.086 acres of PEMC lacustrine fringe, permanently filling of 0.098 acre of PEMG lacustrine fringe, permanently inundating 0.418 acre of PEMC lacustrine fringe, and permanently inundating 2.381 acres of PEMG lacustrine fringe. The construction will fill a total of 526 linear feet of Tiburon Creek, consisting of 422 linear feet for embankment construction and 104 linear feet for water quality basin embankment construction. The construction will inundate a total of 1,985 linear feet of Tiburon Creek and inundate a total of 2.145 acres of open water.