The City’s first permeable pavement street was constructed in the Historic Millwork District. The infrastructure improvements were designed to mitigate the recurring flooding problem that plagued the area and stood in the way of its redevelopment.
The project required: ◦ Reconstruction of 10th Street from Jackson to Elm Streets, Washington Street from 9th to 11th Streets, and Jackson Street from 7th to 11th Streets to permeable pavement
◦ Permeable parking areas and alleys
◦ Utility upgrades including the construction of new storm sewers