Pleasant Valley Road Relocation Project

FHWA FLAP Program to fund Relocation of 2.2 miles Pleasant Valley Road in the Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge west of Kalispell, MT. Pleasant Valley Road provides general access to the refuge as well as a cross linkage route between several county roads. There exists a segment of Pleasant Valley Road located within the historic migration channel of Pleasant Valley Creek as well as a series of ditches constructed to channel Pleasant Valley Creek and drain the wetlands. Phase 1 of the project will remove the Road from the valley of Pleasant Valley Creek in order to allow for the full restoration of almost six miles of Pleasant Valley Creek and 200 acres of wetlands.

Project Milestones

Milestone Timeline
NEPA Decision July 7, 2015
Final Design Fall 2015
Pre-advertise package for construction November, 2015
Advertise package for construction January, 2016
Start Construction May 2016
Construction Complete - base Fall 2016
Construction Complete - option (if awarded) Summer 2017

Proposed Action Alternative

Proposed Action Alternative Map

Other Resources

Map showing general vicinity of project
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Project Details
Project # MT FLATHEAD 543(1)
Project Name Pleasant Valley Road Relocation
Location Near Kalispell
Status Completed

Contact Information

Stephen Morrow
Environmental Protection Specialist
stephen.morrow@dot.gov

Federal Highway Administration
Western Federal Lands Highway Division
610 East Fifth Street
Vancouver, WA 98661-3801