LID Monitoring Other Documents

CVC Stormwater Monitoring Strategy
October 2012, Version 1.0 of CVC’s Stormwater Monitoring Strategy.
Credit River Water Management Strategy Update – Municipal Stormwater Financing
2008, In June 2007, CVC contracted with Totten Sims Hubicki Associates (TSH) to provide an overview of various funding mechanisms employed in North America to support stormwater management (SWM) programs.
Market Research and Marketing Strategy: Lot-level Stormwater Control in the Residential Sector
July 2008, Freeman Associates The overall goal of the research was to provide a City-specific profile of the single-family residential market, enabling the development of a “Made in Mississauga” marketing strategy for lot-level stormwater control in residential areas and for municipal properties and right-of-ways.
Fletcher’s Creek Floating Islands Monitoring Report
March 2016, Thermal Mitigation BMP
Contractor’s & Inspector’s Guide for Low Impact Development
Low Impact Development Certification Protocols: Bioretention Practices

LID Sites by location

Central Parkway
Colombia forest
CVC Head Office
Elm Drive
Floating Islands / Fletchers Creek
Meadows in the Glen
Mississauga Road

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