Green Infrastructure Projects Completed and in Progress

 

Camden SMART Projects:

44 Completed (listed below)

9 in Progress

Total Stormwater to be Captured Each Year: 63 Million Gallons

2011-2017 (to date)

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By neighborhood:

 

PRUP Rain Garden Photo Gallery

PRUP Rain Garden Photo Gallery

Bergen Square

Centerville

  • Ferry Avenue Library Rain Garden, 852 Ferry Avenue (Camden County MUA) [April 2012]
    Photo Gallery

    Ferry Ave. Library Photo Gallery

    • Rain garden
    • 62,500 gals/yr
  • RT Cream School Rain Garden, 1875 Leon Huff Street (Camden Board of Education) [June 2012]
    • Rain garden
    • 25,000 gals/yr

Central Waterfront

  • Mt. Zion Highway of Holiness, 295 Chestnut Street [October 2014]
    Mt. Zion Highway of Holiness Photo Gallery

    Mt. Zion Highway of Holiness Photo Gallery

    • Rain garden
    • 51,500 gals/yr

Cooper Grant

  • Front St. Community Garden Rainwater Harvesting, N Front St at Penn Street (Cooper Grant Neighborhood Association [March 2013]
    • Rainwater harvesting
    • 5,000 gals/yr
  • Trenton Ave Rain Garden, Trenton & Newton Ave (James Comstock) [June 2014]
    • Rain garden and 6 trees
    • gals/yr TBD
  • Cooper Sprouts Community Garden, 7th & Newton Steet (Cooper Lanning Civic Association [September 2015]
    • Rain garden, rainwater harvesting, porous sidewalk, trees
    • 221,415 gals/yr

Cramer Hill

29th Street Rain Garden Photo Gallery

29th Street Rain Garden Photo Gallery

  • Von Nieda Park/Baldwin’s Run, 29th Street and Harrison Avenue (Camden County/Camden City) [October 2015]
    • Stormwater management for park/Stream daylighting
    • 50,000,000 gals/yr
  • Von Nieda Park/Rain Garden, 29th Street and Harrison Avenue (Camden County) [May 2017 (projected)]
    • Rain garden
    • 10,614 gals/yr

Dudley

Fairview

Lanning Square

Liberty Park

Marlton

North Camden (Coopers Point/Pyne Point)

  • 304 State St. Rainwater Harvesting, 304 State Street (Respond, Inc.) [September 2012]
    • Rainwater harvesting system
    • 3,000 gals/yr
  • Pyne Point School, N 7th Street @ Erie Street (Camden Board of Education) [April 2013]
    • Rain garden
    • 47,700 gals/yr
  • Respond Day Care, Rainwater Harvesting, Trees, 309 Vine Street (Respond, Inc.) [September 2015]
    • Rainwater harvesting and trees
    • 35,735 gals/yr
  • Coopers Poynt, Porous Pavement, 3rd & York Sts. (Camden Board of Education) [May 2017 (projected)]
    • Porous pavement
    • 495,200 gals/yr

Parkside

Park Blvd. @ Magnolia Ave. Rain Garden Photo Gallery

Park Blvd. @ Magnolia Ave. Rain Garden Photo Gallery

Rosedale/East Camden

  • Urban Promise Academy Rain Garden, 27 N 36th Street (Urban Promise Ministries) [May 2013]
    Woodrow Wilson High School Rain Garden Photo Gallery

    Woodrow Wilson High School Rain Garden Photo Gallery

    • Rain garden
    • 22,500 gals/yr

Stockton

Waterfront South

Ferry Avenue Rain Garden Photo Gallery

Ferry Avenue Rain Garden Photo Gallery

  • Ferry Avenue Rain Garden 1645 Ferry Avenue (Camden County MUA) [March 2011]
    • Rain garden and trees
    • 75,000 gals/yr
  • Native Plant Nursery, 1645 Ferry Avenue (Camden County MUA) [April 2011; now decommissioned]
    • Native plants to be planted in existing rain gardens
  • Waterfront South Rain Gardens. S Broadway @ Chelton Ave (Camden County MUA) [July 2011]
    Waterfront South Rain Gardens Photo Gallery

    Waterfront South Rain Gardens Photo Gallery

    • Rain gardens (4) and trees
    • 470,000 gals/yr
  • Liney Ditch Park Shelterbelt Tree Planting, Jasper Street (Camden City) [October 2013]
    • Tree planting
    • 117,000 gals/yr
  • CSO Jackson Rain Garden C03, 200 Jackson Street (Camden City) [June 2014]
    • Rain garden and trees
    • 258,000 gals/yr
Brimm School Rain Garden Photo Gallery

Brimm School Rain Garden Photo Gallery

  • Phoenix Park Phase #1, 227 Jefferson Street (Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority) [August 2015]
    • Rain garden and trees
    • 5,000,000 gals/yr

Whitman Park

Camden Citywide

  • 2013-2014 Rain Barrel Programs [January 2014-December 2014]
    Camden SMART Rain Barrel

    Camden SMART Rain Barrel

    • Rain barrels (223)
    • 289,900 gals/yr
  • 1,725 Street Trees Planted (community-based) [January 2011-December 2015]
    • 1,725 locations
    • 1,725,000 gals/yr
  • Camden City Sewer Replacement [November 2015]
    • 30,000,000 gals/yr