Green Streets: Finding Funding for Stormwater Infiltration

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Green Streets and Funding presentation delivered at 2009 Tennessee Municipal League conference. Learn simple tips to find and program funds to make water quality improvements, in conjunction with your community’s road projects. Interactive workshop includes:

1. Photos of example projects and funding sources to demonstrate workable ideas

2. A simple planning/funding cycle process to follow

3. Q & A on technical issues such as porous pavement and other infiltration techniques

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Green Streets: Finding Funding for Stormwater Infiltration

  1. 1. FUNDING GREEN $TREET$ Early Planning Process Include: Funding, Streets, Stormwater
  2. 2. Evan N. Pratt, PE Principal Principal Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc. Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc. ohm-advisors.com
  3. 3. Positioning Action Funding Tips
  4. 4. Planning Process: Positioning First, seek to understand What are your assets worth? What are your needs?
  5. 5. Planning Process: Positioning CIP for Roads and Stormwater What funding sources will work? Are you at the MPO table?
  6. 6. Prefab Infiltration CB System DDA? SRF?
  7. 7. Planning Process: Positioning Stormwater and Roads interdepartmental communication Manage asset life-cycle costs Spend maintenance money first
  8. 8. Planning Process: Action Priority list of roads and municipal facilities, 2-5 years Determine best outcome for each street or capital project
  9. 9. Planning Process: Action Funding the stormwater system Funding the road What will score well? Is a funding expert helping to plan? Cost comparison
  10. 10. Funding Tip Include stormwater quality features in estimate May be 5 years in advance of construction for Federal Aid QuickTime™ and a Photo - JPEG decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  11. 11. II-75 Federal Aid + state match. Earmark -75 Federal Aid + state match. Earmark
  12. 12. Funding Tips: For EDA or other grant-funded roads Scoring-are there TMDLs or other regulatory requirements? QuickTime™ and a Photo - JPEG decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  13. 13. Economic Development Assistance: Squirrel Road wetland crossing
  14. 14. Galloway Creek wetland and wet prairie. Mitigated from Squirrel Road crossing.
  15. 15. Clinton River
  16. 16. Fire St No. 1: u/g detention, vortechnics Fire St No. 1: u/g detention, vortechnics
  17. 17. Fire department capital fund
  18. 18. Public/private partnership: Public/private partnership: step pool + bioswale detention step pool + bioswale detention
  19. 19. Maplehurst Streets $3.5 M assessment + general fund Direct discharge to Clinton River 7 residential streets improved
  20. 20. Maplehurst Streets 189 acres, 27% impervious, peak 86 CFS 3.5 acre treatment wetland 700 feet of armored open channel
  21. 21. Maplehurst Drain wetland mitigation
  22. 22. Maplehurst Drain, open channel
  23. 23. Harmony Streets $6M special assessment + general fund 20+ basins 291 acres, nine residential streets
  24. 24. Harmony Streets 30% impervious, peak 140 CFS Five acre wet pond, with pretreatment
  25. 25. Harmony Drain inlet & shoreline restoration
  26. 26. Vinewood Streets $4.5M special assessment + general fund Ten residential, two industrial streets 430+ Acres, 25% impervious
  27. 27. Vinewood Streets Eight acre mitigated wetland basin Reclaimed residential property
  28. 28. Vinewood Drain mitigated wetland
  29. 29. SRF application: Civic Center retrofits
  30. 30. Gravel infiltration system
  31. 31. Opportunity: police capital fund
  32. 32. Retrofit green roof: SRF
  33. 33. Demonstration grant: raingarden #1 3.6 acres impervious before/after
  34. 34. SRF: City parking lot w/bioswale DDA, Authority, storm utility, etc.
  35. 35. Fire St #3: Fire capital fund
  36. 36. Library fund
  37. 37. Evan N. Pratt, PE Principal Orchard, Hiltz & McCliment, Inc. ohm-advisors.com

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