Cleaner Water Faster
Featured Projects and Upcoming Events
Brought to you by the RVA Clean Water Plan
The stream at Pine Camp Cultural Arts and Community Center is suffering from severely degraded and unsafe streambanks. In partnership with the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Facilities this project seeks to ensure a safe and stable environment that prevents further erosion, and provide a healthier habitat for wildlife, native plants, and the community alongside new recreational and educational opportunities.
Safety Project and
Local artists will paint four storm drains in Richmond’s Shockoe Bottom neighborhood in the near future. Chosen designs promote the goals of the City of Richmond’s RVA Clean Water Plan. The plan is a five-year roadmap for reducing pollutant discharges into the James River, starting with wastewater, stormwater, and the combined sewer system.
RVAH2O Storm Drain Art
Combined Sewer Overflow Percent Captures
Here's how we're improving Richmond's water quality.
The James River is Richmond’s most valuable resource. RVAH2O is a trailblazer leading the effort to improve water quality.
Richmond Public Library, Director