14 photo(s) Updated on: 10 Nov 2018
  • November 2018 - The boardwalk in Greenbrier Park, previously displaced by the summer's floods, relocated and reinstalled.
  • November 2018 - Trying to dig postholes in the high water table in Greenbrier Park.
  • November 2018 - Digging postholes in the mud.
  • October 2018 - Another view of the new ramp on the south bank and the work on the river crossing.
  • October 2018 - Cutting the new ramp into the south bank.
  • October 2018 - the rebuilt crossing back in use
  • October 2018 - our dedicated in-water team moved rocks and rebuilt the cement stepping stones; others built a new ramp on the south bank of the crossing
  • October 2018 - the Azalea Park crossing, with the stepping stones partially submerged and the staircase on the opposite bank completely washed away
  • June 2018 - the reconstructed rock hop between Greenbrier and Hydraulic Road, one of our first post-flood projects.
  • July 2018 - the River North trails, north of Dunlora and Belvedere, was partially washed out by the floods, but our work crews got the entire stretch reopened.
  • September 2018 - the bridge back in its original position.
  • September 2018 - this bridge, installed over a perpetually muddy spot between Locust and Holmes, was installed in spring 2018, and washed away in May's floods.
  • September 2018 - this bridge, just east of Holmes Avenue, was lifted off its foundation and pushed downstream in May's floods, and moved back into place by City Parks & Recreation crew.
  • August 2018 - new path beneath the bridge leading into Fifth Street Station, eliminating a particularly treacherous road crossing.