Village of Greenwood Lake Pervious Pavers
This project was a stormwater retrofit of the Village Hall and Police Department complex in the Village of Greenwood Lake. Large areas of asphalt were removed and replaced with pervious pavers and landscaping to encourage stormwater infiltration. A rain garden was installed in front of Village Hall, and a large asphalt area between the two buildings was converted into a small village green. A vegetated swale between the parking area and the road collects runoff from the driveway and the Police Department building. A green screen on the side of Village Hall provides an attractive, shady entranceway. The entire area was landscaped with native plants, and the site functions very well.
Site Name: Village Hall, Greenwood Lake
Address: 18 Church Street, Village of Greenwood Lake, NY
Watershed: Greenwood Lake
Land use of site: Municipal
Can this site be visited? Yes
Location on site: In front and to side of village hall
Intent of design: Stormwater infiltration
Size of structure/capacity: Unknown
Size of drainage area: 6,200 square feet (for entire site, including other practices)
Plants or materials used: Pervious pavers
Maintenance: Weekly maintenance
Maintained by: Village staff
More than one practice at this site? Yes, Village of Greenwood Lake Rain Garden, Village of Greenwood Lake Vegetated Swale
Design: Karen Arent, Landscape Architect and Lehman & Getz Engineering, P.C.
Installation: DTM Development, Ltd.
Date of installation: Spring/Summer 2010
Zoning change or special permit required: No
Project cost: $380,000 (for entire site)
Form of payment: ARRA funds 90%, Village of Greenwood Lake 10%
For Additional Site Information:
Contact: Barbara Moore, Mayor, Village of Greenwood Lake
Phone: (845) 477-9215