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Scriber Creek Flood Reduction Study

Project Description

This project has determined at flood reduction alternatives within the Scriber Creek basin between the Hwy 99 culvert crossing to the north and the outlet of Scriber Lake to the south. The result of this project was the development of a corridor management plan which identifies and prioritizes flood reduction projects in the study area that the city can implement to reduce the magnitude of flooding in the study area.

Project Location Map

Project Vicinity Map

Project Stage

All phases of the project have been completed. The Scriber Creek Corridor Management Plan was adopted by way of Council resolution #2017-02 on January 9, 2017. Projects included within the plan willbe implemented as funding is available based on plan priority and/or need. Projects identified in the Corridor Management Plan will have their own individual project pages on the City website when they are initiated and/or chartered.

Project Manager

Ehsan Shirkhani
Project Manager


Scriber Creek Advisory Committee Meetings:

February 6, 2014 Open House:

Links to Other Projects

How Can You Be Involved?

The City formed the Scriber Creek Flood Reduction Advisory Committee in February 2014 and has prepared a recommendations report that will be used to guide the technical study. Additional meetings with the advisory committee also took during the second phase of the project at key milestones.

The city held an open house on February 6th, 2014 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  City Council Chambers Lynnwood Civic Center 19100 44th Avenue West Lynnwood, WA 98046. See above for documentation from that meeting.

One additional public house may be planned during the second phase of the project at the discretion of city staff. Please contact the project manager to express your interest in holding a second public house.

information updated 11/13/2018