Added by on 2020-11-10

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Washington Park neighborhood in Denver, CO. is a popular place for anyone wanting to live in the city, but feel like they are miles away. Wash Park has tons of recreational facilities, including two lakes, a botanic garden and miles of bike paths. Video Rating: / 5 With three educational centers in the City of Milwaukee, the Urban Ecology Center is in contact with thousands of people every year, showing them how to manage rain water where it falls. They utilize green roofs, rain barrels, and rain gardens, collecting 1 million gallons annually at one location alone! A Green Luminary® helps protect our rivers and Lake Michigan by adopting practices that harvest rainfall for other uses, or mimic nature, by draining it into the ground to reduce water pollution. To learn more about MMSD’s Green Luminary® program visit: https://www.mmsd.com/what-we-do/green-infrastructure/green-luminaries To learn how your home or business can adopt green infrastructure strategies visit: https://www.freshcoastguardians.com/ Follow us on social for more information and tips: https://www.facebook.com/MilwaukeeMetropolitanSewerageDistrict/ Tweets by MMSD_MKE https://www.instagram.com/mmsd_mke/ Video Rating: / 5

5 Comments

  • Frank Gutowski 2 months ago

    Super high prices keep the riff raff out!!!!

    Some of the WP alleys look like they belong in a third world sh*thole country.

  • THE GROOVE 2 months ago

    This house is way to much for the price ridiculous

  • Larry Hotz 2 months ago

    That's a great video about Washington Park! Of course the prices have changed since then. Updated price information is at http://www.larryhotz.com/denver-relocation/neighborhood-reports/downtown-neighborhoods/washington-park-denver/

  • Denver cyclist 2 months ago

    Check out my Vids around The Wash park neighborhood

  • juan cisterne 2 months ago

    I moved to a fairly nice neighborhood, away from that trash-can Aurora, but the element is mobile, so I have no choice than to find a solution. Unfortunately, you can't contain those public-assistance collecting animals in their ghettos. This isn't rubbish what I'm saying, it's reality. Take many Detroit suburbs for an example.

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