Posts from the ‘Jordan Creek’ Category
- 02.17.01Make Funding Available to Ensure the Proper Maintenance and Operation of Sewage Treatment Facilities within the Jordan Creek Watershed. Funding should be made available to abate rainwater infiltration into the Heidelberg Heights sewage treatment facility lines. Funding should be made available to access current sewage collection systems in order to reduce leakage and infiltration
- 02.17.01Use Cleanup Activities to Aid Educational Efforts; Use Education Programs to Promote Cleanup. Cleanup Efforts Involve Volunteers and Develop Public Commitment, Thus Stimulating Future Stream Conservation Efforts. Promotional and Education Projects Should be Undertaken Before Cleanup Events Take Place. Clean-up Activities by Community and School Groups Should be Publicly Recognized.
- 02.17.01Municipal and County Governments Should Designate Funds to be Used to Purchase Development Rights From Interested Landowners Who Own Property Either Immediately Adjacent the Jordan and its Tributaries or Adjacent to Preserved Farms and Parkland in Order to Create Large Continuous Blocks of Preserved Land
- 02.17.01Conduct Studies of Existing Streamside Parks in the Watershed in Order to Guide Future Environmental Improvements in these Parks. Parks Bordering the Jordan Creek that are in Need of Environmentallmprovements/Restoration Include: Covered Bridge Park in South Whitehall, Jordan Park in Allentown and Jordan Creek Parkway in Whitehall