Sunny 95 Park

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

rain garden 1_fswcd&commissionersSunny 95 Park
4395 Carriage Hill Ln. Upper Arlington
20,000 sqft. of rain gardens
Installed 2009

Brook Run update

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Sod removal is complete for almost all the homes in the neighborhood! A couple properties required a stone retention wall due to the slope of the yard, and those are being completed today. Tilling of the gardens will happen Thursday and Friday. Planting will start next week. Thanks to all the residents for their patience and enthusiasm! Thanks to our landscaper (Jim Roberts of Watershed Organic Lawn Care and his crew) for all their hard work!

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Sunny 95 Park rain gardens

Monday, May 24th, 2010

The City of Upper Arlington opened their newest park this weekend, the Sunny 95 Park. There are 25,000 square feet of rain gardens within the park. Four rain gardens have been adopted by the Central Ohio Rain Garden Initiative, Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District, Franklin County Board of Commissioners, and the Franklin County Economic Planning and Development Department. We welcome you to visit UA’s new park and see the rain gardens!

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Fairfield County rain gardens

Friday, May 21st, 2010

Check out the link below to read about Fairfield County’s plan to incorporate rain gardens in Violet Township.

Canal Winchester Middle School

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

rain gardenCanal Winchester Middle School
7155 Parkview Dr. Canal Winchester, OH
150 sqft. of rain garden
Installed 2010

Excavation begins in Brook Run

Monday, May 17th, 2010

Sod removal in the outlined rain gardens started today in the Brook Run neighborhood! Sod removal will continue tomorrow, and tilling of the rain gardens commences as soon as the soil is dry enough, which will hopefully be Thursday or Friday this week. Thanks to Watershed Organic for working on this wet, rainy Monday! Murray_594 Brook RunDennis_825 HempsteadDennis_587 Brook Run

Second Issue of The Rain Gardener

Friday, May 7th, 2010

The second issue of our quarterly newsletter is posted below.


The installation of the rain gardens in the Brook Run neighborhood are starting soon! The properties will be marked and outlined on May 10th, and excavation will begin May 17th. The installations should take roughly 2 weeks, depending on weather. After the residential rain gardens collecting downspout rain water are complete, the implementation of the gardens in the right-of-ways to collect road drainage will begin. We will keep this site updated with photos as the project progresses!

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