STREAM VEGETATION MANAGEMENT

SP-2022-01

Project Description

The City of Durham has several stream restorations, stormwater quality projects, and impaired streams within the City limits. It is the City’s responsibility to ensure continued protection and maintenance of the conservation easements and other adjacent areas associated with these projects. The City has identified that control of invasive and/or nuisance vegetation within these area areas is needed in order to preserve the riparian resources and to ensure that the water quality aspects of the stream restoration function properly. Proliferation of these plants can degrade the quality of the wetland and riparian resources in the stream buffer areas, alter their natural condition, and interfere with the ecological functions of the stream. Vegetation planting may also be required to help restore these areas. The contract will address this need through vegetation management within conservation easements and other stream repair or restoration projects.

Project Manager 

Sandra Wilbur | 919-560-4326, [email protected]

Project Status

The project is in the bid advertisement phase. The bid information can be found on the City's Bid page, https://www.durhamnc.gov/Bids.aspx?BidID=1374

Key Project Dates

  • Advertisement: Friday March 11, 2022
  • Pre-Bid Conference: Tuesday, March 29, 2022, at 10:30am - VIRTUAL 
  • Bid Opening: Tuesday, April 12, 2022 at 10:30AMConference Room GA, 101 City Hall Plaza, Durham, North Carolina 

Contact Us

  1. Marvin Williams, Director

    Marvin G. Williams
    Director

    Public Works Department

    101 City Hall Plaza, Ste. 3100
    Durham, NC 27701

    Phone: (919) 560-4326
    Fax: (919) 560-4316

    Staff Directory

  1. SP-2022-01 Information
  2. SP-2019-02 Information
  3. VMSR-16 INFORMATION

SP-2022-01

Project Status

Bid phase has ended

Project Information