JCC Awards $258k in Stormwater, Drainage Grants

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Channels like this one in James Terrace overflow with water when it rains. (Photo courtesy of James City County)
Channels like this one in James Terrace overflow with water when it rains. (Photo courtesy of James City County)

More than 20 James City County neighborhoods will be able to repair or improve their stormwater management systems with help from county grants.

About $238,000 in matching grants was awarded for drainage repairs through the Neighborhood Drainage Maintenance grant program and nearly $20,000 was awarded for best management practice repairs and upgrades through the Clean Water Heritage grant program.

The grant applications were reviewed by the Stormwater Program Advisory Committee, which ranked each according to an evaluation criteria.

The repairs supported by the grants are valued at more than $650,000.

Neighborhood Drainage Maintenance Grants

  • 114 Constance: $225, Inspect pipe to determine cause of sinkholes
  • 117 Braddock Rd: $5,500, Repair of pipe and backfill area
  • 6 Jonathan Ct: $2,850, Repair V-Ditch and remove trees
  • Berkley’s Green: $5,320, Repair V-Ditch, remove trees, and replace 90 degree turns
  • Fairway Villas HOA: $49,950, Slip Line  or replace 3 pipes and repair storm drain
  • Fernbrook HOA: $50,000, Replace failed drain pipe from Governor Yeardley Ln to General Gookin Ct
  • Fieldcrest HOA: $8,225, V-ditch Repair, Subsidence, Tree removal
  • Fieldcrest HOA: $1,000, Condition assessment of drainage system
  • First Colony: $405, Lake Pasbehegh Spillway Inspection
  • Ford’s Colony HOA: $8,500, Replace drain pipe backfill area
  • Greensprings Plantation: $9,000, Install concrete v-ditch
  • James Square: $6,425, Repair of concrete v-ditch and tree removal
  • Jamestown 1607: $22,250, Reinstall 3 drop inlets, regrade swales, and re-establish drainage from parking bays
  • Kingsmill Community Services Association: $2,000, Spillway Drainage study for prevention of damage to new spillway
  • Pointe at Jamestown: $7,500, Sink hole repairs
  • Pointe at Jamestown: $2,000, Inspection and Inventory
  • Skiffes Creek Terrace HOA: $6,750, Repair drainage pipe. Re-graderip rap. Stabilize spillway
  • The Villages at Powhatan Secondary: $27,900, Inspection and cleaning of drain structures
  • Villages at Westminster: $9,000, Repair drop inlet, repair erosion around clubhouse pool
  • Ware Creek Manor: $13,500, Repair/replace swale and spillway

Clean Water Heritage Grants

  • Berkeleys Green: $1,000, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Berkeleys Green: $1,000, Slope stabilization and erosion prevention
  • Governors Land: $2,000, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Longhill Station: $3,600, Have BMPs inspected by engineer & address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Powhatan Secondary: $1,000, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Seasons Trace: $3,000, Address future needs of pond
  • Seasons Trace: $900, Have BMPs inspected by engineer
  • Skiffes Creek Terrace: $1,000, Slope stabilization and erosion prevention
  • Stonehouse: $1,000, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Stonehouse: $375, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Stonehouse: $800, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Stonehouse: $437.50, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • The Pointe at Jamestown: $1,000, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Villages of Westminster: $300, Inspect BMP Structures in order to address potential issues
  • Villages of Westminster: $1,000, Address needs identified in latest JCC BMP inspection report
  • Villas at Five Forks: $867.50, Upgrade and repair BMP to improve water quality