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  • VIDEO: Flood protection project in Bucoda, WA, targets Skookumchuck River overflow

    The Bucoda Main Street Regrade Project is in the design process. The goal is to raise about 1,500 feet of Main Street by 2 feet. When completed in mid-2017, the project will channel floodwaters from the Skookumchuck River beneath new bridges and culverts along Main Street.

The Bucoda Main Street Regrade Project is in the design process. The goal is to raise about 1,500 feet of Main Street by 2 feet. When completed in mid-2017, the project will channel floodwaters from the Skookumchuck River beneath new bridges and culverts along Main Street. Andy Hobbs ahobbs@theolympian.com
The Bucoda Main Street Regrade Project is in the design process. The goal is to raise about 1,500 feet of Main Street by 2 feet. When completed in mid-2017, the project will channel floodwaters from the Skookumchuck River beneath new bridges and culverts along Main Street. Andy Hobbs ahobbs@theolympian.com

Bucoda will raise Main Street to increase protection from Skookumchuck River flooding

January 29, 2016 1:16 PM