CITY OF MIDDLETON: Middleton Beach Neighborhood Sustainable Land Use/Stormwater MP

Purpose

to cost share development of a new storm water management plan as part of a sustainable land use plan for the Middleton Beach Neighborhood in the City of Middleton, a Green Tier Legacy Community. Goals are to reduce discharges of sediment and phosphorus to Lake Mendota. Practices to be considered include wetland restoration and a "Green Street" design including porous pavement draining to a bio-retention cell, which will, in turn, drain to a grassed swale, per the UNPS & SW Program Planning Grant Application titled Middleton Beach Neighborhood Sustainable Land Use and Storm Water Management Plan and submitted in 2013.

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NPS Grant
Urban Nonpoint - Stormwater Planning
LR10-13255-14
2014
Complete
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin’s waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Specifically, the grantee will cost share development of a new storm water management plan as part of a sustainable land use plan for the Middleton Beach Neighborhood in the City of Middleton, a Green Tier Legacy Community. Goals are to reduce discharges of sediment and phosphorus to Lake Mendota. Practices to be considered include wetland restoration and a "Green Street" design including porous pavement draining to a bio-retention cell, which will, in turn, drain to a grassed swale, per the UNPS & SW Program Planning Grant Application titled Middleton Beach Neighborhood Sustainable Land Use and Storm Water Management Plan and submitted in 2013.
ATTAINS NPS Funding in Place
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin’s waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Specifically, the grantee will cost share development of a new storm water management plan as part of a sustainable land use plan for the Middleton Beach Neighborhood in the City of Middleton, a Green Tier Legacy Community. Goals are to reduce discharges of sediment and phosphorus to Lake Mendota. Practices to be considered include wetland restoration and a Green Street design including porous pavement draining to a bio-retention cell, which will, in turn, drain to a grassed swale, per the UNPS & SW Program Planning Grant Application titled Middleton Beach Neighborhood Sustainable Land Use and Storm Water Management Plan and submitted in 2013.
ATTAINS Implementation Initiated
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin’s waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Specifically, the grantee will cost share development of a new storm water management plan as part of a sustainable land use plan for the Middleton Beach Neighborhood in the City of Middleton, a Green Tier Legacy Community. Goals are to reduce discharges of sediment and phosphorus to Lake Mendota. Practices to be considered include wetland restoration and a Green Street design including porous pavement draining to a bio-retention cell, which will, in turn, drain to a grassed swale, per the UNPS & SW Program Planning Grant Application titled Middleton Beach Neighborhood Sustainable Land Use and Storm Water Management Plan and submitted in 2013.