Storm Water Management

Stormwater runoff is a major pollutant because it carries leaves, grass clippings, oil, salt, and other debris straight into lakes and wetlands. You can help us reduce the impact of stormwater on Gem Lake and the greater watershed.

Clean Water and Lawn Care

Reducing Pollution While Caring for Your Lawn

 What is VLAWMO? 

VLAWMO Water Management Policy

Pond and Wetland Buffers

Attached is the North Scheuneman Road Surface Water Management Plan. This plan is intended to
provide a summary of the analysis completed to alleviate flooding and inundation in the north
Scheunemann Road area. Three primary areas were investigated throughout the study area, with a total
of six scenarios for the flooding and inundation and two scenarios for water quality options.

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