BCDCOG is seeking input from the community and other stakeholders to assess connectivity and re-use of the Rivers Avenue Corridor from McMillan to Carner Avenues.
The study will concentrate on key intersections and environmentally impaired properties to identify opportunities to resolve infrastructure issues such as poor drainage, deteriorating streets and sidewalks, access management and traffic.
This work is being funded by an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Area-Wide Planning (AWP) Grant. These grants provide funding to communities to research, plan and develop implementation strategies for cleaning up and revitalizing a specific area affected by one or more brownfield sites.
Gussie Greene Community Center
Thursday, April 25, 2019: 6-8 p.m.
2008 Success Street
North Charleston, SC 29405