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Gunners Branch Stream Restoration

As a part of the County's effort to help reduce sediment input, which pollutes our streams, and enhance aquatic habitat, the County has initiated a stream restoration project. Approximately 8,000 linear feet of the Gunners Branch and a tributary that lies to the west of Gunners Branch are being evaluated for restoration. The two stream restoration reaches begin at Middlebrook Road and continue until they flow into Gunners Lake. These two areas were identified as potential restoration sites in the Great Seneca Creek Watershed Study.

Various public events will be held throughout the project for residents to learn about the project and to provide input on the design of the project. Check out the project schedule at the bottom of the page for more information!



Project Status: In Design
Total Drainage Area: 1145 Ac
Total Percent Impervious: 45%
Total Stream Project Length: 8,000 Ft
Estimate Costs: TBD
Monitoring: TBD
Watershed: Great Seneca Creek
Contact: Mike Thompson
Phone: (240) 449-8673

     *Information is subject to change


    Image of Gunners Branch

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Public Events and Project Schedule
Event Date / Time  Location
Survey and Site Assessment August 2013  
Concept Design Plans December 2014  
Initial Public Meeting March 26, 2015 Roberto Clemente Middle School - 18808 Waring Station Rd. - Germantown
Community Stream Walk April 2015 On Site
Interim Design Plans October 2015  
Public Meeting January 2016 TBD
Community Stream Walk Spring 2016 On Site
Final Design Plan February 2016  

*Project Schedule is tentative and dates are subject to change.


3-26-15 Public Meeting Flyer 3-26-15 Public Meeting Flyer. PDF (256KB)
4-4-15 Stream Walk Flyer 4-4-15 Stream Walk Flyer (1.71MB)