The second and final phase of the Park Way Sediment Basins Post-Wildfire Flood Mitigation Project has been completed. Officials with the Coconino County Flood Control District says the project now includes three sediment basins with a total capacity of nine acre feet, which is about the same as four-and-a-half Olympic swimming pools. The project is part of ongoing projects in the Spruce Avenue Wash area. The wash was heavily impacted by flood flows from the Museum Fire scar in 2021. For more information on mitigation projects in the Spruce Avenue Wash Flood Corridor log onto museumfloodprojects.com.