Flood Risk Management Projects
Completed FRM Projects
Virginia Street Bridge Replacement: The existing bridge located at Virginia Street was removed and a new, hydraulically efficient bridge capable of passing the 100-year flood flow (2’ freeboard) was constructed in its place. Construction was completed in 2016. Total cost: approximately $26.1 million. TRFMA contribution: $13.1 million. Visit vsbreno.com for more information on the project, including a time lapse video of construction.
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North Truckee Drain Relocation: The existing North Truckee Drain (mostly via buried concrete box culverts) was relocated to move its confluence with the Truckee River to a location downstream of the Steamboat Creek confluence. Phase I and II of construction are complete; the final Phase III is now underway. When completed, storm water will be delivered east of Vista Boulevard, thereby reducing flooding in the Sparks Industrial area. Total cost (Phase I and II): approximately $9.2 million. TRFMA contribution: $4.75 million.
FRM Projects Under Construction
Voluntary Home Elevation Program: Established and currently managing a program to provide financial assistance to eligible homeowners in Hidden Valley, Eastside Subdivision and Rosewood Lakes wishing to raise their homes to the 100-year flood elevation (minimum). Note: This Flood Project element is not eligible to receive federal funding from the US Army Corps of Engineers. Learn more about the Home Elevation Program.
Ecosystem Restoration Projects
Completed Restoration Projects
Lockwood Ecosystem Restoration and Recreational Trailhead: This project restored approximately 0.6 miles of river channel and created approximately 37 acres of native habitat. The project also included construction of a recreational trailhead to improve recreational access along the Truckee River. Construction was completed in 2009. Revegetation phase from 2010-2012. Total cost: approximately $3.8 million (including trailhead construction). TRFMA contribution: $392,000 in 1/8-cent sales tax funds to purchase the Monday Property and demolish existing structures located in the floodplain.
Lower Mustang Ranch Ecosystem Restoration: This project restored approximately 2.5 miles of river channel and created approximately 187 acres of native habitat. Construction was completed in 2009. Revegetation phase from 2010-2012. Total cost: approximately $7.9 million. TRFMA contribution: $1.675 million in AB-5 grant funds for project construction (NO SALES TAX USED).
Tracy Power Plant Ecosystem Restoration: This project restored approximately 2.5 miles of river channel and created approximately 115 acres of native habitat. Phase I construction was completed in 2013. Revegetation phase is ongoing. Total cost: approximately $4.1 million. Land easement value: approximately $5.6 million (contributed in-kind by NV Energy). TRFMA contribution: $1.75 million in 1/8-cent sales tax funds for project planning, design and construction.
102 Ranch Ecosystem Restoration: This project restored approximately 2.0 miles of river channel and created approximately 114 acres of native habitat. Construction was completed in 2008. Revegetation phase from 2009-2011. Total cost: approximately $5.6 million. TRFMA contribution: $3.1 million in AB-5 grant funds for project construction (NO SALES TAX USED).
Restoration Projects Under Construction
None at this time.
Completed Recreation Projects
See the Lockwood Ecosystem Restoration and Recreational Trailhead project and the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony Levee Floodwall project for details.
None at this time.