Stormwater Reduction in the East Creek Watershed in the City of Rutland
Announcements / Progress

Stormwater Reduction in the East Creek Watershed in the City of Rutland

The Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District (RNRCD) received funding through an Ecosystem Restoration Program Grant to implement a high priority project that was identified in the Stormwater Master Plan for the East Creek Watershed in July of 2014. This project located at the Giorgetti Arena, a Rutland City Recreational Facility, is designed to mitigate stormwater … Continue reading

Opportunities / Science

GIS Mapping Project assists the Otter Creek Tactical Basin Plan

Impervious surfaces in urban settings are inevitable as the natural landscape is replaced by streets, buildings, houses and parking lots. This built environment results in reduced infiltration during heavy rain storms. As a result, stormwater can overwhelm urban drainage systems and result in street flooding and pollutants in streams. There are a number of places … Continue reading

Stormwater Best Management Practices in Rutland’s East Creek Watershed
Progress

Stormwater Best Management Practices in Rutland’s East Creek Watershed

The Rutland Natural Resource Conservation District (RNRCD) is seeing results with its stormwater mitigation efforts for two streams within the Otter Creek watershed in Rutland City. East Creek and Tenney Brook (a tributary to East Creek), flow through moderately-to-heavily urbanized areas of Rutland Town and Rutland City resulting in increased stormwater runoff into the streams … Continue reading

Rutland Town Launches Stormwater ‘Water Wise’ Website
Announcements / Progress

Rutland Town Launches Stormwater ‘Water Wise’ Website

Rutland residents have a new resource for finding solutions to stormwater pollution! The Town of Rutland, in coordination with the Rutland Regional Planning Commission and the Rutland Natural Resource Conservation District, has launched a website to encourage residents to get involved in reducing stormwater pollution to Moon Brook. The website, developed as part of the … Continue reading