Leavenworth/Barker Park

 

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At the adjacent Barker Park, a rain garden was installed between Tracy and Wilkinson streets. The rain garden was planted with a mixture of native shrubs, flowering perennials, and grass species that foster evapotranspiration and infiltration, preventing runoff from entering the combined sewer system.

The final feature of Barker Park is a new basketball court that is made of porous asphalt, allowing stormwater to infiltrate directly through the asphalt surface and thus making the court playable even after a rain storm. This basketball court was implemented in conjunction with the Courts4Kids, an initiative of the Jim and Juli Boeheim Foundation and the Carmelo K. Anthony Foundation.

The green infrastructure at Leavenworth Barker Park is designed to capture up to 1” of rainfall at a given time, reducing annual stormwater runoff by approximately 1,574,000 gallons.

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Download project details below:

Leavenworth-Barker Fact Sheet (PDF)

Project overview

Leavenworth Barker Park Tech Specs

Technical Specifications

Leavenworth Barker Park Project Plans (PDF)

Project Plans

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$574,500
Total Amount
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1,574,000
Gallons Per Year
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