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Better Roads, Cleaner Streams  

 

​A few of Northampton County Conservation District's past program activities


The District administers the Dirt and Gravel Road Maintenance Program to treat erosion and sedimentation problems as a result of unpaved roads in Northampton County. At least 38 miles of dirt and gravel roads exist within the county, some of which may be eligible for funding to reduce the potential of sediment pollution to our streams. Only roads that have an impact to streams in the county are eligible for funding. If you are a Municipal Official and want to be considered for funding please contact us.

The current Statement of Policies should be reviewed prior to submitting an application. The policies and other information is available on the Center for Dirt and Gravel Roads website on the Northampton County Page.

 A few of the projects in Northampton County that were funded in part by the program include:

Borough of Tatamy
Braden Park

This project involves the placement of Driving Surface Aggregate on the Braden Park access road and parking lot, as well as stabilization of the stormwater runoff area downslope of the lot. It should be completed in June 2007.

Allen Township
Stonebridge Road

Driving Surface Aggregate was installed on road surface, stormwater channels were stabilized and dust suppressant was added to reduce sedimentation to Hokendauqua Creek.

Allen Township
Tomahawk Trail

Driving Surface Aggregate and waterbars were installed on road surface, stormwater channels were stabilized, dust suppressant was added and several cross pipes with inlets were installed to reduce sedimentation to Hokendauqua Creek.

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