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Green Space Acquisitions / Donations
Following is a list of properties purchased with millage funds or donated to the city for green space preservation.

Rivercrest Property [Environmental Features Maps]
The 1.74-acre Rivercrest property is located on the northeast corner of Livernois Road and West Avon Road. The parcel is 38% woodland, has 578 feet of frontage on the Clinton River, and is situated in the Clinton River Greenway Corridor. The Green Space Advisory Board listed this parcel as a Priority 1 for wildlife habitat. Nino and Michelle Tocco donated this property to the City of Rochester Hills for green space preservation in September 2007. 

Childress Property [Environmental Features Maps]
This 5.3-acre parcel located west of Rochester Road and to the north and west of Childress Ave. is nearly 100% wooded with steep slopes, scenic views, Priority 1 wildlife habitat, and Clinton River frontage. The property was purchased for green space preservation in December 2007.

Harding Property [Environmental Features Maps]
This top-ranked 26.8-acre parcel of land located between Harding Road east of Livernois, was chosen based on its natural features and its location adjacent to the Clinton River Trail. This undeveloped property will give visitors the opportunity to view the variety of wildlife from the scenic bluffs on the site. The property was purchased for green space preservation in December 2008.

Cloverport Property [Environmental Features Maps]
This 7.42-acre parcel located between the west end of Cloverport and the Clinton River is predominantly wooded and ranked a Priority 1 for its wildlife habitat. There is approximately 1,026 feet of river frontage, sensitive wetlands, an upland forest floodplain, and steep slopes. The wooded areas contain mature cottonwoods, ash, elm and maple trees along with honeysuckle, myrtle, and highland cranberry. This property was purchased with Green Space millage funds in November 2009.

Clear Creek Property [Environmental Features Maps]
This 23.68-acre area located on the southeast corner of Mead Road and Sheldon Road is actually four parcels of environmentally sensitive Priority 1 wetlands that were donated, platted and dedicated as public open space by the Elro Corporation in October 2013.

Parcel No. 15-20-300-005, formerly known as Dr. White's property [Environmental Features Maps]
This 48.38-acre parcel, formerly known as Dr. White's property, is located on the north side of the Clinton River and Riverbend Park. This property is the single largest piece of green space acquired in the city's history. Its significant natural features and location will offer connectivity to the Clinton River Greenway while expanding Riverbend Park. This parcel was purchased for green space preservation in December 2014.

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