SAN MARCOS, Calif. (KGTV) — City officials in San Marcos held a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday for a $100-million infrastructure project, designed to mitigate flooding.
The project will help manage flooding along the San Marcos Creek using two new bridges and channelize parts of the creek. One bridge will be on Brent Avenue and the other will be on Via Vera Cruz.
Both bridges will also include bike and pedestrian paths.
The project is scheduled to begin in early 2020 and will take about two years to complete.
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