We are currently doing work in the neighborhoods of: Gerda Marsh, Freeman’s Ground, Johnny Horn Trail, Spring Garden Flats, and Eden.

View a Presentation made to the public in Coral Bay in December 2018:

Reducing Runoff on Local Roads Presentation – Dec. 2018

Reducing Runoff on Local Roads Presentation Dec. 2018 – With Notes

Reducing Stormwater Runoff on Local Roads

Muddy plume in Coral Harbor Nov. 2018

Since 2012, CBCC has received grants from NFWF, NOAA, and EPA/DPNR for stormwater mitigation. The goal of these projects is to reduce sediment and pollutants reaching the bay to protect our marine habitats. We do this by installing stormwater BMPs  (best management practices) on local roads and performing public education and outreach.

We begin by working with property owners to identify priority project areas. Each project starts with an engineering analysis to determine the type and locations of BMPs. The grants cover engineering, plans and permits from DPNR. Construction is mostly paid for by property owner contributions. These projects depend on cooperation with neighborhoods, VI Dept. of Public Works and DPNR. We also rely on in kind contributions–donations of time, money, goods and services–to make these projects possible.

We are currently doing work in the neighborhoods of: Gerda Marsh, Freeman’s Ground, Johnny Horn Trail, Spring Garden Flats, and Eden.

View a Presentation made to the public in Coral Bay in December 2018:

Reducing Runoff on Local Roads Presentation – Dec. 2018
Reducing Runoff on Local Roads Presentation Dec. 2018 – With Notes

Completed retaining wall repair to undermined road due to hurricane washout

Presentation to public in Coral Bay, Dec. 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Projects:

Gerda Marsh Road Project

Calabash Boom Road project

Consulting & Engineering recommendations to other neighborhoods and to guide possible future projects:  Johnny Horn Trail, Flannigan’s Passage, Harold’s Way (upper area) and recommendations to other neighborhoods on setting up road owners association to do the needed work on private and public roads.

137,000 grants this year–Double this value!