June 22nd
Stormwater Facility Maintenance Workshop
Fill in the registration form HERE!


WHEN? June 22 from 9:00 to 11:00 AM. Optional tour of stormwater facilities, 11:00 to 12:00.

WHERE?  Hollymead Fire Rescue Station #12   3575 Innovation Drive    Go to Map

Free Refreshments!

Many local homeowners, businesses, and subdivisions are responsible for the maintenance of stormwater practices on their property. Learn what your responsibilities are, and how to best fulfill them. Albemarle County, the City of Charlottesville, the University of Virginia, and other members of the Rivanna Stormwater Education Partnership are offering a workshop to help residents and property managers save money and prevent water pollution through proper maintenance of privately-owned stormwater facilities.

Who Should Attend?
Any resident or property manager responsible for maintaining a stormwater management facility is encouraged to attend the workshop and tour.

How do I Register?

Attendance is limited to 35 participants. Fill in the registration form here, or phone Martin Johnson at (434) 975-0224 Ex. 105. Attendance will be limited to the first 35 registration forms submitted.

 What Topics will be Covered?
Stormwater facilities collect rainwater runoff from rooftops, lawns, roads and parking lots through channels or a stormwater drain system. We will explain the major components of these systems, how they function, and how to inspect and maintain them. Catching problems early can save a lot of money later.