Stormwater Management Projects

About the Stormwater Management Projects

Takoma Park’s Stormwater Management program includes the design, construction, maintenance, and repair of storm drains, inlets, channels, ditches and stormwater treatment facilities. The projects are aimed toward controlling stormwater runoff for the purposes of reducing downstream erosion and water pollution and to meet State and Federal requirements for treatment of run-off.

These projects are funded through the Stormwater Utility Fee, which is levied on all property owners, based on the amount of impervious surface on each property.

Project Lead & Contact Info

Ali Khalilian
City Engineer
Phone: 301-891-7620

Stormwater Management Projects Detail

Project NameTypeProject PlanTarget Completion Date
Devonshire Ave. and Glaizewood Ave.BioretentionN/AJune 30,2018
Takoma Branch Stream Restoration DesignStream RestorationN/AJune 30,2018
Grant and HollyBioretentionN/AJune 30, 2018
Tulip Avenue Phase 2System Maintenance ProjectPlanJune 30, 2018
Kirklynn and KennewickTraffic Circle Re-designN/ASummer, 2018

Project Info & Timeline

  • Target Completion Date: Ongoing
  • Takoma Park’s role in project: Lead
  • Departments involved: Public Works

Budget & Funding Source

Budget: $507,700 annual budget for FY 17 and 696,600 for FY 18

Funding Source: Stormwater Management Utility Fee, Grants

Links & Notes

Stormwater Management Program

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