Thursday, Dec 7 @ 08:30 AM to 03:30 PM
Homeowners associations are required to maintain some of the stormwater infrastructure in the common areas of their neighborhoods. This includes ponds, swales, shoreline plantings, rain gardens, pervious pavement and pavers, water quality units and other features known as Stormwater Best Management Practices or BMPs. Your BMPs should have an Operations and Maintenance Manual (O&M) that contains maintenance guidance to ensure proper function, avoid costly failures and larger repairs, and to maintain compliance with local stormwater requirements.
Many local governments are beginning to enforce BMP maintenance requirements.
If you help run an HOA, are a landscape contractor or a pond management company who maintains neighborhood property, come join the White River Alliance and our 10 member communities for an informational seminar to learn how to meet these requirements and avoid costly BMP failures and regulatory compliance issues. We will also cover the benefits of native plants, design tips, and installation and maintenance issues.
The cost of the workshop is $15, which covers lunch, drinks, and snacks. The registration deadline is 11/29/17 and space is limited.
For more information, contact the White River Alliance at 317-672-7577 or email@example.com