SP 121

Replacement of the Indian Creek Crossing on Leclerc Rd South

Sp 121 is planned to replace a 72″ concrete culvert with a new bridge structure.  Located 6.25 miles northwest of Newport along Leclerc Road South, Indian Creek is one of two major creek crossings along this cooridor.  With a high traffic volume and a sharp horizontal curve, the culvert was a good candidate for replacement.  The existing culvert formed a restriction in the creek, due to being undersized by current standards.  The new 58′ bridge will open the chanel up to natural width and raise the elevation of the roadway to be above the 100 year flood event.  This project will also contain a “Wildlife Passage Cooridor” along the newly designed stream bank.

Don Ramsey, P.E.

Project Engineer

George W. Luft

Design Engineer, Project Lead

Eric M. Roth, P.L.S.

Project Surveyor
  • Email

    publicworks4u@pendoreille.org

  • Phone

    509-447-4513

  • In Person

    625 W. 4th St. Newport, WA

 

Partners- WSDOT  Highways & Local Programs(Support Services)

Federal Highways($1,700,000.00)

Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board($250,000)

Kalispel Tribe of Indians(Land Donation & Steering, Access)

County Contribution (Unknown at this point)

Anticipated Project Start-Spring 2018

Anticipated Project Completion-Fall of 2018

Project Timeline

  • Preliminary Design Concept
    Originally planned to be part of Phase III of the Leclerc South Cooridor Improvement
  • Design Funding Awards
    Design-2010
  • Field Surveying of project limits
    Fall 2011
  • Preliminary Design
    Winter 2011
  • Field Stake Proposed Alignment
    Spring Of 2015
  • Construction Funding Award
    2015
  • Project Bid
    Planned for Late Fall 2017