The Maplewoods Parkway Project is being constructed by the City of Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation Department and extends approximately 1.8 miles from NE 96th Street Northward past Staley Farms and the new Staley High School. CFS has completed design of the realignment, widening and reconstruction of Maplewoods Parkway from a two-lane roadway to a divided four-lane boulevard with variable width medians, four roundabouts, trails and a diversity of landscaping. This project includes bike lanes, sidewalks, lighting and improved storm drainage.The proposed project will incorporate BMP practices by utilizing wide landscaped medians that include rain gardens to reduce stormwater runoff. The rain gardens in the medians will also reduce the amount of sediment and siltation flowing onto adjoining properties. This project also includes energy dissipation to lower outlet velocities from the storm sewer system.CFS responsibilities included project coordination, right-of-way, transportation system criteria, preliminary design, environmental permitting services, storm drainage/sewer plans, water main plans, sanitary sewer specialty plans, final cross sections and public involvement.