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Shiloh Conservation Area
Project Information:

The Shiloh Conservation Area is a project that will transform a City-owned parcel of land at the confluence of the Shiloh Drain and Hogan's Slough into a facility that will balance the objectives of water quality improvements, flood control, and recreational benefits to the community.  

The project consists of developing a series of sedimentation detention ponds, constructed wetlands cells, and open water features. These features will function to trap sediment, remove unwanted nutrients from the water column and provide secondary flood detention from West End stormwater runoff.  In addition, a trail network will be constructed with educational signs so the public can learn about and enjoy the benefits of stormwater runoff management. 

Construction will begin in January and is anticipated to be completed by late-fall of this year.     


Contact 
Tyler Westrope
Staff Engineer II
Email

2224 Montana Ave.
Billings, MT 59101

Ph: (406) 657-3021
Fx: (406) 237-6291

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm


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Informational Links:
Shiloh Conservation Area - Location Map