Green Stormwater Infrastructure Resources in Detroit
The Detroit Stormwater Hub resources page is a collection of educational resources, stories, and tools designed to provide a comprehensive body of local information to support GSI work throughout Detroit. These resources were collected by the Advisory Group in an effort to provide reliable, accurate information on Green Stormwater Infrastructure.
The inclusion of any resource below is not an endorsement by DWSD or the of the City of Detroit. For official information on the Drainage Charge program, visit DWSD’s Drainage Charge page.
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Soil hauled from Detroit park as part of storm water project
Detroit Going Green To Help Slow Flooding During Heavy Rains
The fight against flooding: How the median on your street can keep your basement from flooding
Could turning unused parking lots into greenspace help keep Detroit cooler in the summer?
A Property Owner's Guide to Bioretention
The Detroit Property Owners Guide to Bioretention supports small business owners, nonprofits and faith-based organizations in Detroit who are looking to retrofit or add a GSI practice to their existing property and potentially receive DWSD drainage credit. This guide provides details on how to plan for and implement a bioretention basin on your non-residential property to better manage stormwater.
The guide was developed by Detroit Future City in collaboration with the Land+WaterWORKS Coalition, supported by the Erb Family Foundation.
- Detroit Future City
- Land + Water WORKS
- Erb Family Foundation
Learn About Detroit's Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Program
Learn About Detroit's Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Program [90sec Version]
Learn About Detroit's Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Program [60sec Version]
Viola Liuzzo Park is Revitalized for the Neighborhood and Stormwater Management
Viola Liuzzo Park is Revitalized for the Neighborhood and Stormwater Management (Long Version)