The Amblers House Restoration Project (formerly known as the Vermillion House), located at 2205 Jamestown Road, will repair the exterior features of the historic home which have fallen into disrepair. The proposed exterior restoration measures has been reviewed by the Department of Historic Resources to maintain the property listing on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register.
This project involves the design and construction of shoreline stabilization through the establishment of living shorelines along the Chickahominy River and Gordon Creek. The project involves a living shoreline with breakwater and beach nourishment on the west side of the park along the Chickahominy River, and marsh creation and stabilization using coir logs and rock marsh sills on the north side along Gordon Creek.
The Woodland Farms Phase II Stream Restoration project will restore approximately 2,385 linear feet of degraded stream channel within the Taskinas Creek - York River watershed within James City County, promoting long term stability and function. This project includes the stabilization of the channel and establishment of a new floodplain elevation within the existing eroded channel and/or reconnection of the channel to the original floodplain elevation.