Open Space - Deed Restricted, Park, Freeway Corridor, Drainage, Open Space - Restricted
The project consists of naturalizing a portion of Medea Creek for aesthetic and biological habitat purposes, and improving pedestrian connections in the area. Naturalization consists of removing about 425 linear feet of concrete channel and construction of a natural channel stabilized with native vegetation, boulders and log structures. The project would provide pedestrian connectivity from Kanan Road through a vacant parcel to the west of Medea Creek to Chumash Park east of Medea Creek via a footbridge.
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