HOA/Landscape Contractor O&M Training


Did You Know?

Homeowner associations are required to maintain some of the stormwater infrastructure in their neighborhoods, including swales, check dams, shoreline plantings, rain gardens, pervious paving, ponds, and other features located on common property. Municipalities maintain an Operations and Maintenance Plan (O&M) on file that contains the requirements for your neighborhood facilities. Local governments are beginning to enforce these requirements!

The White River Alliance and local communities held a workshop on December 7, 2017, for those that help run an HOA and landscape contractors who manage neighborhood properties to learn how to meet these requirements and avoid corrective action. The workshop also included the benefits of native plants, design tips, and installation and maintenance issues. 

For more information, contact the White River Alliance at 317-672-7577 or scott@thewhiteriveralliance.org.

Presentations from the 2017 workshop are listed below in pdf format for your use and reference.

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