The James City County Board of Supervisors awarded River Works the contract to complete the Jamestown Road Stream Restoration at its meeting Tuesday.
Work will be done from the Boughsprings Subdivision on Jamestown Road to the Springdale Subdivision on North Court.
“The goal of the design is to create a channel with a stable pattern, profile and dimension and stabilize actively eroding banks,” said Barry Moses, county capital projects coordinator in a memo to the supervisors.
The work will cost the county $487,767. The project is part of the approved Capital Improvements Program budget and will be funded in part with Stormwater Local Assistance grant funds.
Construction will begin next month and should be completed by Feb. 2018, according to the county.