- A limestone permeable reactive barrier
- Littoral planting
- Pervious parking
- Pond aerators
- A wet detention pond
- Wetland biofiltration treatment
This facility provides a reduction in Nitrogen and Phosphorus leaving the system that helps meet the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements for the lagoon.
The Park, which serves as a trailhead to the East Central Regional Rail Trail, also has many amenities such as a walking trail, educational kiosks, renovated restrooms, and fountains.
The City has received significant grant funding for this project totaling over $1.5 million, including:
- $366,000 from the St. Johns River Water Management District Fiscal Year 2015 District’s Cooperative Cost Share Program (CCSP).
- $388,825 from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Fiscal Year 2014 Section 319 Grant Program.
- $800,000 from the Florida Legislative Funding (LI 1668A Fiscal Year 2015).