Raindrop Park

Schollen & Company Inc. was retained in 2015 by the City of Toronto to develop an interconnected system of low impact development (LID) initiatives for Raindrop Plaza. The plaza receives and retains rainwater runoff from surrounding roadways and features a “biodiversity colouring book” to teach school children about urban wet weather flow dynamics. The “smart park” is fitted with sensors to send real time data to school kids in the area so they are able to monitor changing climatic conditions on the site before and after rainfalls.

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