We’re going to improve the infrastructure in San Diego’s unincorporated communities. Can YOU help us shape the design?
Green Streets are environmentally friendly cost-effective solutions to dealing with our region’s water runoff in dry and wet weather. They use natural processes to treat wet and dry weather runoff using natural systems located along the road while supporting our infrastructure. RSVP TO OUR FIRST VIRTUAL MEETING
Some of the treatment systems include:
- Tree wells: Trees that filter stormwater runoff through the root system
- Dispersion areas: Open space ditches or basins, typically covered by rocks or mulch that slow and absorb stormwater runoff
- Biofiltration basins: Landscaped ditches or basins that filter stormwater runoff through soil and plant root systems.
- Permeable pavement: Pavement with small gaps allowing stormwater to pass into the ground below
The County of San Diego is introducing the Green Streets Clean Water program to evaluate over 1,190 miles of roads in unincorporated areas for green street project opportunities and they are looking for your input. JOIN US FOR OUR FIRST VIRTUAL MEETING
We are gathering community-specific input to help tailor the projects to local preferences, where feasible. TAKE THE SURVEY
Are you interested in seeing how the County of San Diego is implementing green infrastructure? Sign up for the Green Infrastructure Newsletter to stay informed on our progress to improve water quality. SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWLETTER
CLICK HERE to learn more about Green Streets Clean Water