Diamond Creek Road Relocation

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Photo courtesy of Caribou-Targhee National Forest

The Diamond Creek Road and Stream Stabilization Project will stabilize 500 feet of
Diamond Creek Road (FS1102) that is eroding into Diamond Creek and address about
1,200 feet of road that is in poor condition, contributing excessive sediment into
Diamond Creek and creating unsafe travel conditions.

This project is the latest in a series of projects to improve water quality and fish passage on Diamond Creek. This work includes the replacement of 3 undersized and deficient bridges on the Diamond Creek Road and the relocation of a frequently flooded segment of the road. This project, like the previous projects, will be completed in cooperation with Caribou County.

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Photo courtesy of Caribou-Targhee National Forest
A section of the Diamond Creek Road that is eroding into Diamond Creek. This 1,200-foot
section of road is soft and easily becomes rutted causing improper road drainage and erosion that
contribute sediment into Diamond Creek.

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Map courtesy of Caribou-Targhee National Forest