Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission Completes Stormwater Master Plans for Four Towns

The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission (CVRPC) completed the stormwater master planning process for four of its member municipalities! Through funding provided by the Ecosystem Restoration Grant Program at the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the CVRPC retained Watershed Consulting Associates (WCA) to complete Stormwater Master Plans (SWMPs) for Berlin, Plainfield, Barre City and Barre Town. WCA created story maps for each of the towns to provide outreach and education on stormwater, solutions to stormwater mitigation using green stormwater infrastructure, and results of the stormwater master planning process. The results include the top five priority sites for each of the four municipalities, along with 30% engineering designs for projects to address water quality issues at these sites. By completing the initial engineering designs for these priority sites, each municipality can focus on securing funds for final engineering designs and project implementation, which will help the state advance its goal to reduce phosphorus loading in the Lake Champlain basin.
Story Map of Stormwater Sites in Barre City2

Click on the following links to see the four story maps for each town and their stormwater mitigation priorities: