Kirkner Road Low Water Crossing SA 46

  • Looking at the box culverts from upstream side of channel

    Looking at the box culverts from upstream side of channel

  • Looking East from the west end of project

    Looking East from the west end of project

  • Looking toward the culverts from the down stream side of channel

    Looking toward the culverts from the down stream side of channel

  • Looking west from east end of project

    Looking west from east end of project

Scope:

This project will improve the four low water crossings on Kirkner Road between Zigmont Road and Stuart Road in eastern Bexar County. The first low water crossing is directly downstream of a large stock tank that holds most of the runoff from the contributing area. This low water crossing will receive a minimal set of drainage pipes. The next two low water crossings are on the same reach of the tributary with a small drainage area being added to the third crossing. These two culverts will be multiple box culverts capable of passing a 25-year (4% chance) storm event. The last low water crossing is at the main Chupaderas Creek and a smaller side creek. This location will receive a High Water Detection System as well as some dressing up of the existing low water crossings (Chupaderas and side creek are considered one low water crossing).

 

 
 
Precinct
City
Watershed
Creek
Project Type
4
Outside City Limits
Upper San Antonio River
Unnamed Tributary 16, 14 in Chupaderas Creek watershed
Low Water Crossing

Precinct
4

City
Outside City Limits

Watershed
Upper San Antonio River

Creek
Unnamed Tributary 16, 14 in Chupaderas Creek watershed

Project Type
Low Water Crossing
 

Previous Meetings

November 1, 2012

 

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