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The Fernangeles Project will collect runoff from a 318-acre drainage area and potentially capture 231 acre-feet per year. Proposed scope of work at Fernangeles Park would include the installation of a 1.7-acre infiltration gallery to capture stormwater from the Caltrans pump station and the surrounding neighborhood for infiltration and replenishment of the San Fernando Groundwater Basin.
Design of the Fire Station 62 LID Project is currently being finalized. The design includes a modular wetland with upstream detention to improve water quality conditions. Construction expected to begin soon with an expected end date of August 2021.
Construction of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Park Project was substantially completed in June 2020. The Project will capture and treat stormwater and dry weather flows through the installation of two infiltration galleries, three dry wells, construction of pervious walkways, and vegetation using drought tolerant plants and native trees.