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Beckett Ridge Subdivision

Implementers:
Butler Soil & Water Conservation District, JF New, MCWCC, OKI

Project Features:
Stormwater retrofit wetland, stream restoration, footpaths and views of wetland and tributary

Recreational Opportunity:
Birding, aquatic and wetland habitat for turtles and amphibians, and walking

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Morris Farm Floodplain Wetland

Implementers:
Butler County Engineer’s Office; West Chester Township; Ohio EPA; Clean Ohio Fund

Project Features:
Unpaved paths and vistas of the Mill Creek

Recreational Opportunity:
Birding and walking

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State Route 747 Wetland

Implementers:
Butler County Water & Sewer, Greenacres, Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District, OKI

Project Features:
Floodplain wetland and stream restoration

Recreational Opportunity:
Paved hike and bike trail by Mill Creek and canal path from route 747 to route 4

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West Chester Service Center

Implementers:
OKI, MCWCC, West Chester Township, Schumacher Dugan Construction, Butler County Water & Sewer

Project Features:
Stream restoration: two-stage channel

Recreational Opportunity:
Birding and walking

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World Park

Implementers:
Butler County Water & Sewer, Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Project Features:
Stream restoration: two-stage channel

Recreational Opportunity:
Habitat for birds; aquatic and wetland habitat for turtles and amphibians

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Keehner Park

Implementers:
West Chester Township

Project Features:
Foot paths and viewing spots along East Fork Mill Creek

Recreational Opportunity:
Walking and creeking

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Upper Mill Creek Water Reclamation Facility

Implementers:
Butler County Water & Sewer

Project Features:
Major treatment upgrade for biological nutrient removal

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Beaver Run

Implementers:
City of Springdale , MCWCC, OKI

Project Features:
Stream restoration and streambank bioengineering

Recreational Opportunity:
Paths, viewing spots and scenic pedestrian bridge along Beaver Run at G.E. Park and Chamberlain Park

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Twin Creek Preserve

Implementers:
MCWCC, City of Sharonville, MSDGC, Butler County Water & Sewer, OKI

Project Features:
Stream meanders, floodplain wetland, manmade riffles and weirs, oxbows and pools, loop trail, and vistas of Mill Creek and Beaver Run

Recreational Opportunity:
Birding, native flowers and butterfly habitat, aquatic and wetland habitat for turtles and amphibians, fishing, canoe access to Mill Creek for paddling, walking and creeking

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Brandywine Creek Restoration

Implementers:
Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Project Features:
Channel reconstruction, floodplain re-connection and establishment of riparian pools and wetlands

Recreational Opportunity:
Habitat for birds; aquatic and wetland habitat for turtles and amphibians

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Hamilton County Maintenance Facility

Implementers:
Hamilton County Engineer’s Office

Project Features:
Oil and grit separator

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Glenwood Gardens

Implementers:
Hamilton County Park District

Project Features:
Scenic bridge, trails and vistas along West Fork Mill Creek and tributaries, and West Fork Mill Creek Greenway paved hike and bike path

Recreational Opportunity:
Walking, jogging, cycling, creeking, birding, and high quality habitat for aquatic and terrestrial animals

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Wyoming High School Rain Garden

Implementers:
MSDGC, Wyoming City Schools, City of Wyoming

Project Features:
Rain garden; 100,000 gallons of stormwater removed from combined sewer system

Recreational Opportunity:
Native flowers and butterfly habitat

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Mill Creek Yacht Club Annual Cleanup by Canoe

Implementers:
Mill Creek Yacht Club, MCWCC

Project Features:
Annual stream cleanup in Reading and Lockland to remove trash and debris

Recreational Opportunity:
Paddling

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Hartwell Golf Club

Implementers:
Duke Energy, Hartwell Golf Club

Project Features:
Paths and viewing spots

Recreational Opportunity:
Golf, canoe access and paddling

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Caldwell Nature Preserve

Implementers:
MSDGC, Cincinnati Park Board, Groundwork Cincinnati

Project Features:
Streambank bioengineering, walking paths, ravine trail and Mill Creek vistas

Recreational Opportunity:
Birding, hiking and high quality wildlife habitat

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Center Hill Landfill Remediation

Implementers:
MSDGC, City of Cincinnati, Groundwork Cincinnati

Project Features:
Streambank stabilization using soil bioengineering, landfill remediation including leachate collection systems, and construction of greenway trail

Recreational Opportunity:
Now home to CompostCincy

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Mill Creek Greenway Trail

Implementers:
Groundwork Cincinnati

Project Features:
Caldwell Playground to Seymour Nature Preserve

Recreational Opportunity:
Fishing, cycling, walking and jogging

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Laughing Brook

Implementers:
Groundwork Cincinnati

Project Features:
Bioinfiltration areas and wetland habitat restoration

Recreational Opportunity:
Birding, native flowers and butterfly habitat, and walking

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Groundwork Cincinnati

Implementers:
Groundwork Cincinnati

Project Features:
Salway Park to Mill Creek Bridge

Recreational Opportunity:
Cycling, walking and jogging

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Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

Implementers:
Cincinnati Zoo, MSDGC

Project Features:
Rainwater harvesting and reuse, pervious pavers, enhanced turf system, storm sewer separation, tree wells, and cisterns; 29 million gallons of stormwater removed from combined sewer system

Recreational Opportunity:
Flower gardens, native trees and shrubs, habitat for birds and butterflies, walking

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Cincinnati State Technical College

Implementers:
Cincinnati State, MSDGC

Project Features:
Cistern, level spreader, bio-swale, bioinfiltration basin and trench, and pervious pavers, 12.6 million gallons of stormwater removed from combined sewer system

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Civic Garden Center Green Learning Station

Implementers:
Civic Garden Center, MSDGC

Project Features:
Cistern, bioswale, pervious pavers, and pervious concrete and asphalt; 40,000 gallons of stormwater removed from combined sewer system

Recreational Opportunity:
Flower gardens, habitat for birds and butterflies, native trees and shrubs, walking

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Hopple Street Viaduct Downstream Grade Control Structure

Implementers:
MSDGC

Project Features:
Replacement of lowhead dam, a barrier to fish passage, with a manmade Newbury riffle

St. Francis Court Apartments

Implementers:
MSDGC

Project Features:
Bioinfiltration areas; 400,000 gallons of stormwater removed from combined sewer system

Recreational Opportunity:
Habitat for birds and butterflies

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Mill Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant

Implementers:
MSDGC

Project Features:
Major treatment upgrades, new incinerators, and new dewatering process

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Washington Park

Implementers:
Cincinnati Park Board, 3CDC, City of Cincinnati, Over-the-Rhine Living

Project Features:
Green roofs and dry wells; 7.73 million gallons of stormwater removed from combined sewer system

Recreational Opportunity:
Water park, playground, dog park, and performance stage and civic lawn

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Mill Creek Barrier Dam

Implementers:
MSDGC

Project Features:
Removal of 30,000 cubic yards of sediment

Recreational Opportunity:
Black-crowned Night Heron rookery just upstream of Mill Creek barrier dam

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