City of Quincy 

To support physical and economic recovery in Quincy, the Recovery and Resiliency Partnership Project (R2P2) provided technical assistance by developing strategies and design concepts that bolster resiliency to stormwater impacts, improve quality of life and support sustainable redevelopment.


The final report provides a summary of the design concepts and is available to download HERE!  

An appendix of additional information and resources to support the implementation of these design concepts is available here!

1. Project Overview

Learn more about Recovery and Resiliency Partnership Projects technical assistance to support the city’s vision for long-term economic recovery: 

Watch the video

View the poster (larger file size)

2. Downtown

Opportunities to support Quincy’s historic downtown:

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 View the poster (larger file size)

Click here for the images of the final concepts. 


3. Tanyard Creek Greenway

An opportunity to extend a trail along Tanyard Creek and provide safe walking and biking access to community destinations. 

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 View the poster (larger file size) 

4. Connectivity 

Opportunities to improve safe biking and walking connections across the City of Quincy and to regional trails and destinations: 

Watch the video

View the poster (larger file size)

5. Greenway Corridors

Burying power lines provides
an opportunity to replace sidewalks and construct wider
paths or greenways to improve pedestrian and bicycle
activity on key thoroughfares in the City of Quincy.

Watch the video

View the poster (larger file size)

For More Information

If you have additional questions about this project, please contact Dr. Beverly Nash with the City of Quincy at or call 850-618-1888. 

If you have questions about Recovery and Resiliency Partnership Projects (R2P2), please contact Rick Durbrow, U.S. EPA at  or call 404-562-8286. 

Options to Participate 

All options to participate will cover the same information and design concepts, just different ways to engage! Please find the option that works best for you. 


July 21, 2020 – Presentation and discussion 6:00pm – 7:30pm EDT

Meeting will be held virtually. 



Monday, July 27 at
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm EDT

Wednesday, July 29
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm EDT

Thursday, July 30
11:30 am – 1:00 pm EDT

Please join one of these virtual community meetings. Each meeting will cover the same content, but the discussion will have a slightly different focus.



July 21-August 7, 2020 – Participate online when convenient 

Visit this project website to view presentations and complete an online survey to provide your feedback


July 21-August 7, 2020 – View the posters on display at one of the following locations: City Hall,  Ferolita Recreation Center, or Quincy Main Street Office. 

Visit any of the locations to see the design options and provide your comments

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Beverly Nash with the City of Quincy at or call 850-618-1888