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WHAT IS THE PROBLEM:
When it rains, alleys and streets carry water away from our homes and yards and into storm drain pipe systems. All that water flowing into our drain systems also picks up and carries trash and pollutants right to our streams, our harbor and the Chesapeake Bay. Stormwater is the fastest growing source of water pollution.
Join us and ACT
(ASSESS, CONNECT, TAKE ACTION)
Take these steps to reduce your stormwater management fees.
Assess: Some important questions to consider when evaluating your property:
1.) What is impervious surface?
Physical structures i.e. Roofs of buildings, sheds, parking lots/parking spaces, driveways, any pavement, compacted gravel.
2.) How much impervious surface do I have?
Tip: Visual satellite photos will help you differentiate between permeable land (fee not applicable) on your property and impervious surfaces (fee applicable). Please visit Google Maps for a bird's eye view of your property.
3.) Is there space on my property or a project?
Tip: Identify spaces and infrastructure you are willing to modify for possible projects.
Connect: Understand the issues and receive support on a home or office improvement project that will reduce your fees.
2.) Jurisdictional Specific Information (Click links below for additional information).
3.) Programs & Resources (Click links below for additional information).
Blue Water Baltimore Audit Opportunity
Blue Water Baltimore Recommended Contractors
Blue Water Baltimore Water Audit Rebates
Blue Water Congregations Initiative
Chesapeake Bay Trust
Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake
Parks and People
Take Action: Project and credit information.
2.) Applying for Credit (Click links below for additional info).
Anne Arundel County
Prince George's County
Bridging The Two Park Heights
Tuesday, November 12
CC Jackson Rec Center