During the floods of 1997 and 2006, the rock protected abutments at the arch culvert crossing of Galena Creek at Joy Lake Road failed. A large quantity of 3 foot diameter rock slope protection was washed downstream. Seasonal flows then continued to erode the slopes at the footing of the 75 foot arch. Lumos surveyed the project area and utilized HEC RAS modeling to determine 100 year water surface elevations through the culvert. Lumos designed riprap streambank stabilization to the 100-yr flood elevation and verified that the 500-yr flow would pass through the culvert with the proposed design. Additionally, Lumos designed a low flow restoration channel within the stabilization area to provide continuity in the stream's geomorphology. Lumos worked with Washoe County Parks Department to perpetuate and improve a pedestrian use trail that was created in the washout area. The Lumos team secured an Army Corps of Engineers 404 permit, Nevada Division of Environmental Protection 401 and rolling stock permits, and a Washoe County grading permit permitting for this stabilization/restoration project.