Kingston Advances Waterfront Restoration Efforts with
Rondout Riverport Shoreline Stabilization and Public Access Project Out to Bid
Mayor Steve Noble is pleased to announce the Rondout Riverport Shoreline Stabilization and Public Access Project has been advertised for bid, a key component of the administration's efforts to reconnect residents to Kingston's waterfront.
The primary goal of the project is to restore and stabilize the shoreline on the City's waterfront from the eastern end of the Cornell Building property to Rotary Park and other key locations using bulkhead or sustainable shoreline methods. This shoreline stabilization will mitigate flooding, improve resiliency, and support access from both the land and water. The project will include the design of a public promenade along the length of the creek.
For more background on this project, click here.
This project is made possible with funding provided by the New York State Department of State under Title 11 of the Environmental Protection Fund.