A map showing improvements to be presented at the April 28 Lawncrest meeting. Credit: Philadelphia Water
Residents are invited to join Philadelphia Water representatives on Thursday, April 28 at the Philadelphia Protestant Home Social Hall, 6401 Martins Mill Rd. to learn more about important stormwater improvements proposed for streets near the Har Nebo Cemetery and the Philadelphia Protestant Home. The meeting and presentation will start at 6:30 p.m.
These projects are part of Philadelphia’s Green City, Clean Waters program. Read our earlier blog about all of the green stormwater improvements planned for the Lawncrest area here: Lawncrest Residents Get Update on One of Philly’s Biggest Green Projects Yet
The April 28 meeting will focus on green infrastructure investments planned for the following streets:
• Martins Mill Rd. between Hellerman Street and Tabor Ave.
• Martins Mill Rd. between Tabor Ave. and Levick Street
• Levick Street between Martins Mill Rd. and Montour Street
• Devereaux Ave. between Trotter Street and Summerdale Ave.
• Devereaux Ave. between Algon Ave. and Langdon Street
• Devereaux Ave. between Algon Ave and Langdon Ave.
• Algon Ave from Deveraeux Ave. to Oxford Ave.
• Oxford Ave. from Devereaux Ave to Benner St.
The purposed of the meeting is to provide a summary of improvements planned for these streets, and residents are invited to provide feedback on proposed designs. Representatives of the Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Creek Watershed Partnership will also be present to discuss the importance of protecting local waterways from stormwater pollution.
For more information about these Green City, Clean Waters improvements, contact Philadelphia Water Outreach Specialist Hailey Stern at Hailey Stern@phila.gov. Click here to see a meeting flyer that you can share with neighbors.
East Poplar Green Infrastructure Meeting
Philadelphia Water representatives will also be hosting a meeting about Green City, Clean Waters investments in the East Poplar neighborhood on April 28. (You can read about the proposed work here.)
Date: Thursday, April 28, 2016
Time: 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Location: East Poplar Recreation Center, 820 N. 8th Street
Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting to learn more about the projects and provide feedback on proposed designs. For more information, contact Maggie Dunn at email@example.com or call 215-971-6151. Click here to see a meeting flyer that you can share with neighbors.
We look forward to seeing you!