A $1 million project has created a neighborhood-wide stormwater retention system, to help prevent overwhelming the city-wide sewers. By installing rain gardens, permeable pavement, and an underground holding area for rainwater, the neighborhood is able to absorb 75 percent of the annual rainfall and remove 85 percent of the pollutants in the water. Read more here.
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