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Low Impact Development - Urban Design Tools

"This site provides watershed managers with a new set of tools and techniques that can be used to meet regulatory and receiving water protection program goals for urban retrofits, re-development projects, and new development sites."This site has been developed through a Cooperative Assistance Agreement under the US EPA Office of Water 104b(3) Program in order to provide guidance to local governments, planners, and engineers for developing, administering, and incorporating Low Impact Development (LID) into their aquatic resource protection programs. LID technology is an alternative comprehensive approach to stormwater management. It can be used to address a wide range of Wet Weather Flow (WWF) issues, including Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs), National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Stormwater Phase II permits, Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) permits, Nonpoint Source Program goals, and other Water Quality Standards." [from website]

Low Impact Development - Urban Design Tools

Sub-Topics
Stormwater Management, Sustainable Development, Watershed Management, Impervious Surfaces/Cover, Infrastructure (green)
State(s)/Region(s)
National
Keywords
LID, Leaf characteristics
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