Dairy Fork Constructed Wetland and Habitat Restoration

The City of Aliso Viejo on February 22, 2016 broke ground on the Dairy Fork Wetland and Habitat Restoration Project.
The project is located at the southwest corner of Aliso Viejo and Moulton parkways.

The City is the lead agency on this project that will treat urban runoff from 1,500 acres of mixed residential and commercial areas within Aliso Viejo, Lake Forest, Laguna Hills and Laguna Woods before it merges with Aliso Creek.  The project will also restore natural habitat to the area.

Dairy-Fork-Constructed-Wetland-and-Habitat-Restoration-Project-Fact-Sheet

Click here for groundbreaking photos.

As with the City’s Wood Canyon Wetland (built in 2005) and Glenwood Wetland (constructed in 2010), City staff has been working with the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District to ensure proper mosquito control for the site.

For more information about the project, contact Moy Yahya at 949-425-2538 or myahya@cityofalisoviejo.com.

 

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