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  • Retain Your Rain

    Norfolk, VA, USA

    Retain your rain seeks to engage residents in a city-wide systemic approach to stormwater management by encouraging the use of small-scale green infrastructure on their properties. This reduces the amount of water that goes into t...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Grants
    City Manager's Office of Resilience
  • Ewart Avenue Stormwater iPond: Controlling Runoff in the Cloud

    Beckley, WV 25801, USA

    The iPond is an intelligent stormwater management project, developed in response to a persistent problem of roadway flooding and property damage in Beckley, West Virginia. Beckley Sanitary Board (BSB) partnered with Opti to retrof...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Beckley Sanitary Board
  • Reducing CSOs with Adaptive Control Technology

    Philadelphia, PA, USA

    Philadelphia Water Department installed continuous monitoring and adaptive control (CMAC) technology in stormwater retention basin to control runoff in real-time and reduce combined sewer overflows.

    Grants
    Philadelphia Water Department
  • Applying Adaptive Stormwater Control Technology in KCMO

    Kansas City, MO, USA

    The City of Kansas City, MO has implemented Opti technology at an existing 1.1 million-gallon stormwater storage facility located within City limits. With Opti, Kansas City is able to directly reduce CSOs and cost-effectively meet...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    City Manager’s Office at City of Kansas City, MO
  • Transforming a downtown identity through urban creek restoration and connective multi-modal corridor design.

    Lexington, KY, USA

    Town Branch Commons is a hybrid park network, multi-modal trail system, and water filtration landscape designed to connect Lexington’s rural and urban communities and reinvigorate the downtown. Begun as a competition in 2013 and c...

    Public Private Partnership
    Federal grants
    State and local grants
    Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Executive Committee
  • Using Data and Creativity to Reduce Flooding

    Orlando, FL, USA

    The City of Orlando plans to upgrade Lake Monitoring stations as part of this project. These stations will communicate rain intensity.duration data to the cloud via wireless connectivity. This information will be used to create ...

    Utility rates
    Public Work's/Streets and Stormwater Division
  • Mission Avenue Complete Street

    Oceanside, CA, USA

    Mission Avenue Streetscape is a “complete green street” in Oceanside, San Diego County. This project implemented a ‘road diet’ to support local businesses, make the area more enjoyable, and include storm water BMPs.

    State and local grants
    Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
    The City of Oceanside Public Works Division
  • Southwest Resiliency Park to Mitigate Stormwater Flooding

    Hoboken, NJ, USA

    After experiencing significant flooding during Hurricane Sandy, the Southwest Resiliency Park is the first in a series of investments the city is making to increase green space and reduce flooding vulnerability for communities.

    State and local grants
    Revolving loan funds
    Mayor's Office
  • Lower Footprint Biofiltration to Increase Efficiency in Right of Way Stormwater Capture

    Houston, TX, USA

    Part of a broader redevelopment effort, Bagby Street - a ten-block corridor in a dense, urban neighborhood of Houston - was redesigned to improve mobility for vehicles and pedestrians, and add aesthetic appeal to the road. Improve...

    Development Impact Fees
    Midtown Redevelopment Authority
  • Bolivar Park Smart Stormwater Capture Project

    Lakewood, CA, USA

    Stormwater reuse project that integrates real-time controls and sensors to provide irrigation water for a park.

    State and local grants
  • Feasibility & Community Engagement to Get Funding for Rebuild by Design Hudson River

    Hoboken, NJ, USA

    The Rebuild By Design (RBD) Hudson River project includes comprehensive resilience measures to deal with sea level rise and coastal flooding in Hoboken, Weehawken and Jersey City. It is the first RBD project to receive full fundin...

    Grants
    Federal grants
    Philanthropic grants
  • "A" Avenue Green Street and Pedestrian Pathway

    “A” Avenue is a “complete green street” in National City, San Diego County. This corridor links major cornerstones of the city and runs parallel to a main boulevard; making it a preferred walking path for pedestrians. Awarded $2,5...

    Grants
    Bonds & Loans
    State and local grants
    General obligation bond
  • Stormwater Harvest & Direct Use Demonstration

    In 2016, Santa Monica completed construction of a new stormwater control technique at Los Amigos Park as a part of their goal to reduce water use 20% and be 100% water self-sufficient by the year 2020. The grant funded project aim...

    Grants
  • NYC Blue & Green Roof Pilot Project

    New York City installed source controls on existing rooftops to reduce stormwater runoff from entering the sewers because rooftops comprise almost a third of New York City's total impervious surface area. The roof at PS 118 in Que...

  • Santa Monica Library Low Impact Development

    The Santa Monica Main Library project incorporates Low Impact Development strategies with Best Management Practices (BMPs) to harvest urban runoff either for treatment via infiltration to neutralize low-level or background concent...