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Lakewood Water Quality Enhancement Project

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Overview

The Lakewood Water Quality Enhancement Project will improve surface water quality through the construction of an engineered wetland stormwater control measure to treat and convey the watershed’s runoff.  

The project is proposed to be built on an undeveloped parcel of land bordered by Lakewood Avenue to the north, Stewart Creek to the south and west, and Parkway Avenue and Lakeview Street to the east. The project is located within a drainage area of approximately 48 acres.   

Stewart Creek Greenway
Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation are designing and building a portion of the Stewart Creek Greenway in conjunction with City Stormwater’s Lakewood WQIP. View more information on the greenway project.

Estimated Cost: $2,500,000*

*includes all costs associated with this project such as planning and design, utility relocation, consultant fees, permits, construction, and landscaping.

The project team will manage the project through several phases. Specific work is conducted during each phase and public involvement is emphasized throughout the process. 

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Project Team

Brian Wilson, PE

Project Manager

Doug Lozner, PE

Watershed Area Manager

Matthew Gustis, PE

Engineering Program Manager

Documents

  
  
Lakewood April 2019 Mailer.pdfLakewood April 2019 Mailer