Construction started on December 3, 2019 and is scheduled to end in late February 2020. The project is in partnership with Corvias, The Clean Water Partnership(CWP), Prince George's County, and the Town of Fairmount Heights. The Micro Bioretention device filters polluted storm water from impervious surfaces such as driveways and sidewalks. The project is being completed to create a more expansive green space and will have a sense of connection to the Market Circle, the newly installed Fairmount Heights Pocket Park and the L Street alleyway leading from the circle to Addison Road. Once construction is completed, the area will be landscaped. The plant list includes: major shade trees, several ornamental trees, several shrubs and several herbaceous plants. Corvais and the Clean Water Partnership will maintain the landscape for a two-year period. The town will be in search of additional funding to install trash cans, walkways, and benches.
If you should have questions, please contact: Nnamdi.firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mrs. Jam Hendricks at 301-861-0047. You may also contact Doris Sarumi, Town Manager at email@example.com or 301-925-8585.
A copy of the detailed site plans is on display at the Fairmount Heights Town Hall at 6100 Jost Street, Fairmount Heights, Maryland.