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Curb cuts direct stormwater into streetside basins, or rain gardens, providing free irrigation for trees and other vegetation while reducing flooding and stormwater pollution.

In order to scale-up GSI, Mayor and Council has tasked Tucson Water with developing an annual $3 to $5 million Green Stormwater Infrastructure Fund. The fund will be supported by a new fee on the city services bill in the range of $1 to $3 per month, and will be used to fund the construction and

One of WMG’s standard roadway designs created for Avondale’s Street Tree Master Plan.

Avondale had experimented with green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) on a Complete Streets project along its Central Avenue and reached out to WMG to improve its GSI design and learn best maintenance practices.

WMG's Summer 2019 Newsletter

What is the impact of one rain garden or of one green infrastructure workshop? When does the number of installed rain gardens reach a tipping point and make a measurable, large-scale change in a community? Read all about it in our Summer Newsletter

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