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City to drain creek for riverbed project

Work will begin this week on the Cibolo Creek Bank Stabilization project, a $2.4 million effort to restore the creek banks along River Road and build a better park experience for residents and visitors.

Work will begin this week on the Cibolo Creek Bank Stabilization project, a $2.4 million effort to restore the creek banks along River Road and build a better park experience for residents and visitors.

Chris Shadrock, city director of communications, said work will begin Tuesday as drains will be placed along the bank and run 24 hours a day for about a week, to properly drain the creek. A dry-out period will follow before heavy machinery and equipment can be used.

According to Lissette Jimenez, director of parks and recreation, the current water flow has caused a lot of bank erosion.

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