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Baltimore City Department of Public Works
Druid Hill Reservoir Plan


DPW Druid Hill Reservoir Plan


On Wednesday, February 13, 2013  the Baltimore City Department of Public Works
presented the Druid Hill Reservoir pla
n to the Friends and interested parties.  Portions
of the park and the reservoir were under review for major construction for a drinking
water project.  The plan that was presented would have been devastating to the park and
it's future.

Great community pressure prevailed with the October 24 presentation of an updated plan
for the Druid Hill Park Re
servoir (1863–71)  Developed with the Department of Recreation
and Parks, the extensively revised project now includes installing two precast, pre-stressed water storage tanks (400 –550 feet in diameter) underground in the western end of the
original lake as a lawn for gathering; connecting to existing water trans-mission mains;
providing facilities to treat the water entering and exiting the tanks; restoring the
existing fountain in Druid Reservoir; restoring/rebuilding the existing stone wall and
ornamental iron fencing within project limits; adding park amenities such as an
amphitheater, row boating facility; and, widening the walk/bike path along Druid Hill Drive.

Click below to view current plan.

DHR_Plan_Update.pdf
3.0 MB



DPW has promised future meetings. Check back for details or click here to join our
 mailing list to receive email updates. 



Check below to review DPW notes from meetings with the Reservoir Hill Neighborhood and Past Plans for Water Storage Sites in Druid Hill Park.


06.26.2012_Res_Hill_Mtg.pdf
2.7 MB


06.26.2012_RH_mtg_notes.pdf
148.5 KB


Investigation_of_Water_Storage_Locations.pdf
13.8 MB


Reservoir_Replacement_Plan_-_Reviewed.pdf
17.3 MB



Check below for videos and articles on how other cities are addressing the Federal Requirements to protect drinking water. 

West Seattle Reservoir

Westcrest Reservoir

Covered Reservoirs

West Seattle Underground Reservoir

New York Plan

New York - Yonkers

Portland

Friends of the Reservoirs


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