Sustainable Storm Water Management Practices

Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body: Location #1-11
Improve </= 60-foot riparian buffers [edge planting, native bouquet, rain garden, S.T.E.M. selected thinning and exotics management, street pathway, sustainable landscaping, utility access pathway, bank-full, educational labels, native reeds]: Location #12-43
Retain riparian space for restoration: Location #44-47
Reclaim industrial areas adjacent to water resources: Location #48
Minimize Parking Lot Impact [curb cut, permeable asphalt/pavement, pocket wetland, stormwater runoff basin]: Location #49-54
Plan Power Line Corridors to avoid Riparian Areas: Location #7, #55 -56
Improve Pond Ecosystem (i.e. transform construction runoff or retention pond) [ ]: Location #57-61
Slow water run-off on steep slopes [drop ponds, elevated drain, wetland]: Location #63-70
Re-Use Storm Water for inside toilets [rain harvest tank, grey water]: Location #71-73, #85
Re-Use Storm Water for outside irrigation [collection drains, pop-up emitter]: Location #74-80
Protect Storm Drains During Construction [ eel filters, storm grate filter]
 Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body Location 1
 Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body Location 2
 Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body Location 3

 Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body Location 4

 Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body Location 6

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 12

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 13

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 15

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 16

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 17

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 28

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 29

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 34

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 35

 Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings) Location 36

 Retain riparian space for restoration Location 44

 Retain riparian space for restoration Location 45

 Retain riparian space for restoration Location 46

 Retain riparian space for restoration Location 47

 Reclaim industrial areas adjacent to water resources Location 48

 Minimize Parking Lot impact Location 49

 Minimize Parking Lot impact Location 50

 Minimize Parking Lot impact Location 51

 Minimize Parking Lot impact Location 52

 Minimize Parking Lot impact Location 53

 Minimize Parking Lot impact Location 54

 Plan Power Line Corridors to avoid Riparian Areas Location 55

 Plan Power Line Corridors to avoid Riparian Areas Location 56

 Pond ecosystem improvement (i.e. transformation of construction runoff or retention pond) Location 60

 Pond ecosystem improvement (i.e. transformation of construction runoff or retention pond) Location 61

 Slow water run-off on steep slopes Location 67

 Slow water run-off on steep slopes Location 68

 Slow water run-off on steep slopes Location 70

 Protect Storm drains during construction Eel/filter

 Protect Storm drains during construction
Storm Grate Filter Insert

Improve <60-foot riparian buffers that are intersected by existing development (roads, buildings)
First Creek Views


Water Re-Use


Drop Ponds

Water Re-Use

Preserve/restore >/= 60-foot hydrology/vegetation on each side of a creek or water body
Exercise Path

Pond ecosystem improvement (i.e. transformation of construction runoff or retention pond)
Pond Views