Funded by Ohio EPA Section 319 Grant

Mayfield Village continues to implement stormwater retrofit projects to protect the Fosters Run tributary from destructive stormwater flows. Building on its 2005 floodplain restoration project along Fosters Run, Mayfield Village received a $184,429 Ohio EPA 319 grant to implement stormwater retrofits at its newly renovated Wiley Park facility adjacent to the new police station.  An 8,000 square feet permeable paver parking lot and a 650 square feet bioretention cell will treat and slow stormwater flows to Fosters Run. 

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