Stormwater Workshop for Municipal Residents
The Carroll County Environmental Advisory Council (EAC), in partnership with the Carroll County Water Resource Coordination Council and Carroll County Land & Resource Management staff, are sponsoring public workshops designed to equip homeowners in Carroll County’s municipalities with knowledge of how to minimize stormwater runoff from residential properties and prevent stormwater pollution. These workshops are tailored to a specific municipality or group of municipalities. The most recent workshop, which was focused on Hampstead and Manchester residents, was held on Saturday, September 7, 2019, at the North Carroll Senior and Community Center.
Experts provided helpful materials and answers to individual questions on the topics listed below, as they related to stormwater pollution prevention.
- General Homeowner Best Management Practices, including Residential Car Care and Washing, Swimming Pool Water Discharge, Lawn Care, and Recycling
- Permeable Pavement
- Rain Gardens, Rain Barrels, and Drywells
- Tree Planting and Landscaping
- Stormwater Projects in the Area – Current and Future
- Monitoring Efforts
- And more
Materials and Resources
- Flyer - Municipal MS4 Workshop – Hampstead and Manchester – 2019
- News Release – Municipal Resident MS4 Workshop (07-Sep-2019) – dated August 6 2019
Check the EAC's Stormwater Public Outreach Publications page for materials.
For More Information
Please contact us for more information on the workshop by calling or emailing one of the following staff members:
- Brenda Dinne, Special Projects Coordinator & EAC Staff Liaison (410-386-2140)
- Glen Edwards, NPDES Compliance Specialist (410-386-2220)