Sequiota Park

Project Updates
Project Facts
  • Assistance Provided By
    • Missouri Department of Conservation
    • Audubon Society
    • Tree City USA Committee
    • Ozark Greenways
  • City Project Engineer
    • Errin Kemper
      Ph: 417-864-1876
  • Completion
    • Fall 2011
  • Contractor
    • Hartman & Company
  • Cost
    • $1,800,000
  • Design Engineer
    • Olsson Associates
  • Design Features
    • Clean and enhance Sequiota Lake to improve water quality and functionality
    • Provide additional parking for this popular park destination
    • Reconstruct Galloway Creek channel to reduce erosion and improve safety and aesthetics
    • Upgrade deteriorated bridges across channel, near the cave and at the lake spillway
  • Funding Source
    • 2006 County-wide Parks Sales Tax Lake / Waterway Improvements
  • Location
    • Sequiota Park
  • Objectives
    • This project will provide a much needed facelift to the natural water environment of Sequiota Park by improving safety, water quality and aesthetics while focusing on sustainability and environmental protection of this historic park
  • Other Important Notes
    • Natural and native materials will be used throughout the project
    • Pervious concrete will reduce runoff from the new parking lot
    • The park and greenway trail will remain open to the public at all times
    • Tree preservation and protection will remain a priority
    • Wildlife will be managed in accordance with recommendations from the Missouri Department of Conservation
  • Partners