The Town of Tonawanda was awarded the 2018 Public Works Project of the Year by the APWA for the Lincoln Park Green Infrastructure Project. The project included a rain garden to alleviate stormwater, as well as a trail connecting to the Tonawanda Rails to Trails.
To read more about the award winning project, click the link below:
The coalition works together in the WNY community to share resources and reduce the negative impacts of stormwater pollution. Most recently the Town of Tonawanda and art students from Kenmore East High School colaberated to paint a few local stormwater drains throughout Kenmore-Tonawanda. Please feel free to watch the video below:
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Another successful Eagle project managed by eagle scout Max Surdyk, here in the Town of Tonawanda. The project was to install Stormwater Markers located on the receivers on the roadway (curb lane) for public education. Max and his crew installed 400 markers from Sheridan Dr. and Niagara Falls Blvd. to Kenmore Ave. This was a great project to help remind the public not to put anything down the stormdrains. Max and his crew did a great job! Thank you again, Max.