Viewridge Super Green Street Stormwater Improvements Project

BENEFITS

Water Quality

• Improve local streams and oceans by capturing and treating stormwater and urban runoff by filtering trash, metals, sediment, and other pollutants.

Community Enhancement

• Promote sustainable urban greening through the replacement of paved areas with new trees, drought tolerant landscaping, and drip irrigation.

Education

• Public interest on water resource challenges continues to grow, but awareness of innovative and nature-based solutions is still needed.


The proposed project is located in the unincorporated County community near Viewridge Rd and Topanga Canyon Blvd and serves to improve water quality in Topanga Creek and North Santa Monica Bay while enhancing the community. Features of the project include new drainage infrastructure to capture and treat urban and stormwater flows, a new 600-foot vegetated median, numerous innovative low-impact-development (LID) landscaped parkways, additional trees, drought tolerant plants, drip irrigation, and educational signage.


Partners

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• County of Los Angeles
• Los Angeles County Flood Control District

SCHEDULE
Complete Design Late 2019
Advertisement and Award Mid 2020
Begin Construction Mid 2020
Complete Construction Early 2021

Updates

   • October 29, 2019 Project Information Session (flyer)
   • Project currently under initial design.


Additional Information

   • EWMP PEIR
   • North Santa Monica Bay EWMP


Contacts

• To receive project updates, please contact Alberto Grajeda at (626) 458-5908 or algrajeda@dpw.lacounty.gov or Regina Quan at (626) 300-3255 or rquan@dpw.lacounty.gov