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Conservation Program(s): Chesapeake Bay Innovative Nutrient and Sediment Reduction
Project Title: Alger Park Upland LID and Stream Restoration Project (DC)
Organization: Department of Energy and Environment
Project ID: 0602.13.040169
Status: Closed
Description: The District of Columbia Department of the Environment will design and implement comprehensive small watershed restoration. The project includes upland Low Impact Development installations on public space and private property which will slow, retain, and filter 66% of stormwater in the upland area before it enters the Texas Avenue tributary within Alger Park. Hill slopes within the park will be stabilized to protect the tree canopy and reduce hillside erosion. The final component of the work is a comprehensive stream restoration project to reduce in-stream bank erosion while restoring habitat features and improving water quality.
Award Amount: $500,000.00
Matching Contribution: $1,932,384.11
Location: The project is located in SE DC in Ward 7 and is bordered roughly by Alabama Ave. to the south, Park Dr. to the north, 32nd St. to the east, and Fort Baker Dr. to the west.
Related Documents
Alger Park Upland LID and Stream Restoration Project (DC)40169 Fact Sheet


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