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Anacostia Restoration Plan Project Data And Related Map

Welcome to the Anacostia Restoration Plan (ARP) Report project data and related map. Explore the over 3,000 candidate “opportunities” projects identified in the Anacostia Restoration Plan. View the project(s) in your subwatershed, eight ARP project types, ownership and ZIP code.  Click onto the individual project point location to see a detailed project description.  Adjacent to the map is the summary project data table with selected fields shown. To download and view the entire project information table and related fields, simply click on the link provided at the bottom of the page. User will need to know how to work in the Google Fusion table environment. For basic Google Fusion Table information, go to the Goggle Fusion Table help center. Project detailed information can also be found in the subwatershed project inventory reports that are located here. As previously stated, not all of these projects may ultimately prove viable, fundable, or in certain rare cases, even desirable. In addtion, new non-ARP projects are also being developed.

Select items from the drop down menus and click the 'Map it!' button (press the refresh map button if map is grayed out).

1. Subwatershed:
2. Project Type:
3. Ownership:
4. Subwatershed Unit:
(Upper, Middle, Lower)
5. ZIP Code: (disabled)
6. Status(General Description)
Optional: Search By Project Descriptions [Desc_] (e.g., LID)
Optional Layers
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ARP Project Implementation Status*(General Description):
Design Permitting Construction Completed Approx. Impervious
Acreage Controlled
21 22 2 16 Pending
Updated March 2012, *Total Number of CIP Projects TBD
NON- ARP Project Implementation Status*:
Design Permitting Construction Completed Approx. Impervious
Acreage Controlled
10 8 2 17 Pending
Updated March 2012, *Total Number of CIP Projects TBD

Tier Column Description (ARP Projects Only):

Each ARP restoration project was scored and ranked based on environmental benefits, feasibility, impacts, estimated cost, outreach and community connection, and permitting. Once scored, the projects were then sorted into Tier I-III project priority group ranking, with Tier I projects having the highest priority scores.

Summary ARP Project Data Table*
*For all non-ARP project information contact local jurisdictions.
Click Here To View/Download Original Records
Download 2010 Shapefiles Here

Users will need ArcGIS Explorer application or have a current Esri application license agreement to view/use the shapefile data.