Walkable Watersheds

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The Walkable Watersheds project is a public-private consortium to build new infrastructure in the Pollocks Branch watershed being conducted by the City of Charlottesville, the James River Association and SKEO Solutions. The goal is to have something under construction by the spring of 2016. [1]

Skeo Solutions had previously conducted a pilot project in Raleigh, North Carolina. [2]

It is within the city's Strategic Investment Area.


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References

  1. Web. Work underway to connect Pollocks Branch to city trails, Sean Tubbs, June 13, 2015, retrieved November 16, 2015.
  2. Web. Skeo Announces New Walkable Watershed Pilot, August 30, 2013, retrieved November 16, 2015.

External Links

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