Remember this date: July 5, 2022. That’s the day water began flowing into the network of waterways — a.k.a. the Watercourse — which will become the defining feature of the Upper Villages of Daybreak.
Of course this isn’t like filling the bathtub or even the neighborhood swimming pool. It’s going to take some time. Also, the Watercourse is more than water. It’s a series of waterside trails and plantings and parks and gathering places. What we’re saying here is we have a lot to do. But with how the work is (ahem) flowing, we expect the Watercourse will be ready for paddling, peddling, oohing and aahing by sometime in summer 2023.
There’s another feature of the Watercourse that’s worth mentioning here: The Cove. Here is where the Watercourse widens out into a big pond with an island in the middle and a variety of spots begging for an afternoon picnic or a lazy afternoon nap.
So all this is very exciting. But what’s truly amazing about the Watercourse is that it’s actually part of Daybreak’s water conservation plan. You see, the Watercourse is designed to capture and filter stormwater and serve as a reservoir for our secondary water. We’ve always felt that what’s good for the planet is good for us, too. And the Watercourse is just another example. Want to know more about the Watercourse and how it fits into Daybreak’s conservation efforts? Click here.
*Amenities in Daybreak are for residents. Any illustrations are subject to change depending on a variety of factors. No commitments are made regarding future development of Daybreak or the uses that will be made of land within or around Daybreak.