Paintsville Main Street planting and parking lot design
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To help with the overall improvements for downtown, the City of Paintsville requested that the Community Design Assistance Center (CDAC) undertake a conceptual re-design for a parking lot along the main entrance into downtown. The purpose would be to utilize stormwater remediation within the design to demonstrate environmentally sensitive development near Paints Creek and to create an aesthetic entry to the downtown area. In addition, the City of Paintsville requested that the CDAC analyze Main Street for the possibility of street tree plantings to help create a more pedestrian friendly and inviting downtown. CDAC would determine if space along the street allowed for trees and develop a conceptual design accordingly. Final products for the project would include a conceptual design for an environmentally-friendly parking lot, supporting sketches, and a planting plan for Main Street and the parking lot.
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