Public urged to avoid area of Shoal Creek landslide due to additional movement

City officials are urging the public to avoid the area of the Shoal Creek landslide due to additional movement.

The landslide area is on the west side of Shoal Creek roughly between 24th Street and Shoal Creek Boulevard. 

Officials say debris from the landslide area is again partially block Shoal Creek which poses and increased flood risk for Lamar Boulevard and some buildings in the area.

The movement, officials say, shows that the landslide area is still unstable after storms caused the damage in May 2018.

The public is asked to continue using the sidewalk on Lamar Boulevard as a detour for the Shoal Creek Trail. 

An update was provided at 10:30 a.m. from Watershed Protection.



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