Westcott Community Center Project


The Westcott Community Center project is part of a larger 2012 Save the Rain initiative involving both County and City owned parks located within the combined sewershed.

The project consists of retrofitting an existing plaza area adjacent to the community center by removing the existing compacted soils and installing new porous pavers. The porous pavers and associated infiltration bed are designed to handle runoff from the roof of the building as well as from Westcott Street. Additionally, two new rain barrels were installed in the rear of the building to capture runoff from a small portion of the roof. In total, this project captures 153,000 gallons of stormwater runoff annually.

Download project details below:

Westcott Community Center Fact Sheet (PDF) Project Overview Westcott Community Center Technical Specifications (PDF) Technical Specifications Westcott Community Center Project Plans (PDF) Project Plans

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Project Details

$52,500
Total Amount
Cost
92,000
Gallons Per Year
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