CRW is employing decentralized green/grey stormwater control infrastructure to manage stormwater runoff and prevent flows from entering the combined sewer system, thereby reducing combined sewer overflow (CSO) activity
The 2020-2021 planning effort is focused on the wet weather control within the three Priority Planning Areas identified in the alternative evaluation in Section 8 of the City Beautiful H2O Program Plan. Planning-area-specific CSO control targets are established for the three planning areas (Uptown, Lower Front, and Lower Paxton Creek) where baseline controls are less effective at reducing CSOs.
Lower Paxton Creek CSS Planning Area Plan will provide a long-range strategy for GSI implementation within the priority planning area, as well as be used to identify and rank the highest priority GSI and “grey” storage and/or treatment projects to move forward into construction under Programmatic Financing through PENNVEST over the next five years. Project Summary: Project will be financed from 2017 series bonds/cash. Construction of projects conceptually designed by this planning effort will be funded by a PENNVEST low-interest loan.
The project will be financed from 2017 series bonds/cash.
Construction of projects conceptually designed by this planning effort will be funded by a PENNVEST low-interest loan.