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Pass Arboretum Rain Gardens on Avery Ave

Status: Completed
GI Technology: Bioswale
Project Year: Archived

322205

*TOTAL cost

640000

**TOTAL CAPTURE: GAL/YR

The Avery Avenue Pass Arboretum Project is one of many collaborations between Onondaga County and the City of Syracuse Parks Department. 11,000 square feet of rain gardens were installed along the east side (Avery Ave.) of the park. The location is an ideal spot for education opportunities with walkways and pedestrian traffic woven into the footprint.

This project was designed with consideration for historic preservation and was approved by the City of Syracuse Landmark Preservation Board. The new plantings in Pass Arboretum were chosen according to the vegetation historically found in this park.

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Avery Ave Project Overview
Project Overview

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Avery Ave Technical Specifications
Specifications

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Avery Ave Project Plans
Project Plans

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Avery Ave Park Greening at Pass Arboretum
GI Project Status Report – January 2012

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Media Coverage:
Syracuse New Times article “Upgrade Moves Pass Forward
Syracuse.com – “Rain, rain go this way: Rain gardens catch runoff and pollutants”

 

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