This project will restore about 4,454 feet of stream channels in Lake Fairfax Park using a large amount of woody debris in floodplains, reconnecting the stream to its floodplain where possible, and employing multiple unique engineered grade control struc
The project includes restoration of approximately 5,600 linear feet of Dead Run, its tributaries, stormwater outfalls and the floodplain within the stream valley between Churchill Road and Georgetown Pike.
This project will consist of approximately 1,600 linear feet of stream restoration using Natural Channel Design (NCD) standards and dredging of two amenity ponds to improve stream health and water quality.
This neighborhood stormwater improvement project will evaluate the existing concrete channel that conveys the majority of flow in the neighborhood and will improve the capacity of the system thereby reducing localized flooding and addressing public safety
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Watershed Management Plans
Watershed Management Plans
Fairfax County has developed comprehensive watershed management plans for each of the county's 30 watersheds. A watershed management plan serves as a tool to identify and address the issues affecting our environment and to protect and restore the county's streams and other water resources. Fairfax County has developed comprehensive watershed management plans for each of the county's 30 watersheds. A watershed management plan serves as a tool to identify and address the issues affecting our environment and to protect and restore the county's streams and other water resources.
Many projects have been completed through a partnership between Stormwater Management and other regional organizations. Among the entities that helped to build or make improvements to stormwater management facilities are Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, the Fairfax County Park Authority and the Fairfax County Public School system.