Suburban Green Projects

MunicipalityType of GI TechnologySGIP FundingCapture (gal/yr)
Town of Camillus, Shove ParkBioretention, Porous Pavement, Rain Barrels, Tree Plantings$421,0004,545,300
Town of Clay, BayberryPorous Pavement$420,0002,296,100
Town of Dewitt - Willis Carrier Recreation CenterBioswale, Rain Barrels, Tree Plantings$300,0003,608,900
Town of DeWitt, Franklin ParkRain Barrels, Tree Plantings$219,0003,217,000
Town of DeWitt, Park HillInfiltration System, Rain Barrels, Tree Plantings$123,0001,576,300
Town of Geddes - Bergner Road Porous Pavement ProjectPorous Pavement$210,0002,383,300
Town of Geddes - Parsons Drive Green MedianInfiltration Trench, Vegetated Media Retrofit$400,0007,900,000
Town of Geddes, Grove RoadInfiltration Trench$348,5007,177,100
Town of Geddes, Town HallPorous Pavement$119,0001,375,600
Town of Lysander Tree Planting and Pipe Lining$400,0005,874,000
Town of Manlius, Muirfield Drainage Dist.Underground Infiltration$10,5003,608,900
Town of Salina, Town HallUnderground Infiltration$212,2052,149,100
Village of Baldwinsville, Lock StreetBioretention$492,0237,073,300
Village of East Syracuse, Bagg St. Highway GarageBioretention, Sand Filter$115,000618,300
Village of Fayetteville, Lower Village StreetscapesBioretention, Pavement Reduction, Porous Pavement, Tree Plantings$360,0002,788,200
Village of Manlius, Rain Barrel Pilot Program, Rain Barrels$3,00041,900
Village of North Syracuse - Green StreetscapeAdded Green Space, Porous Pavement, Tree Plantings$300,0002,300,000
Village of North Syracuse, Centerville ParkRain Barrels, Underground Infiltration$94,378759,200
Village of Solvay - Highway Garage BioretentionBioretention$110,000508,000
Village of Solvay - Trump & Power Streets BioretentionBioretention, Rain Garden$80,0003,820,000
Village of Solvay, Youth CenterBioretention$62,394968,200

Related Media:

Save the Rain program in Syracuse also will reach the suburbs
Camillus approved for $421K grant for green initiatives in Shove Park
Dewitt secures two sizeable green grants 

Green initiatives in east-side suburbs to be funded by Save the Rain grants 

County Executive’s Office – press release