SD1 invites you to visit a one-of-a-kind facility, Public Service Park (PSP).
Whether you are curious about our green roof, looking to take a quiet walk or searching for a wetland adventure, PSP provides an interactive learning experience you won't soon forget. Along your journey, you'll learn why it is important to reduce the amount of pollution entering our streams and rivers through storm water runoff.
The park features more than 10 best management practices (BMPs) for controlling storm water runoff. Download these BMP fact sheets to learn more. Thanks to donations from private citizens, the park also features three interactive art sculptures that help us reach people with different learning styles.
Take a self-guided tour of PSP
Signs are posted throughout the park to explain its features in detail. Take a walk through the park, and read the signs to learn why storm water management matters.
You can also tour PSP with your cell phone. Find 10 listen-and-learn features wherever you see a circular blue "Mobile Audio Tour" sign in the park.
Hear a sample of the recordings before you visit PSP by clicking on the interactive map above. Locate the mobile tour stops by printing the Public Service Park brochure.
Interested in a guided tour or a field trip?
Click here to learn more about scheduling a guided tour or field trip.
SD1's main office
1045 Eaton Drive
Ft. Wright, KY 41017
Hours of operation
8 a.m. to dusk, seven days a week
*Notice: Use of SD1's park and facilities are at your own risk under KRS KY 411.190, Kentucky State Recreational User Statutes.