Stage VII of the project consists of de-snagging 6,000 feet of the creek in order to remove dead trees, uprooted trunks, and limbs from Thomas Creek to alleviate flooding issues experienced to adjacent properties and to improve water quality. Over 20,000 feet of the creek has already been de-snagged during the first six phases of the project, a majority of which has been funded through various grants.
Attached are maps that reflect information related to all seven phases of the project including the length of creek restored for each phase and a list of identified properties along the creek that have benefitted from this project.
If you have any questions about the Thomas Creek Restoration Project, please contact Nassau County Engineering Services at (904) 530-6225.
County Manager's Office