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storm drain into waterway

Related Links​​

City of Phoenix Water Services Department

ADEQ Surface Water Monitoring and Assessment 

ADEQ Registration and Permits 

Green Stormwater Infrastructure​​

​​example of green infrastructureGreen Stormwater Infrastructure (GI) is a range of measures designed to work with nature, the water cycle, and the environment to manage stormwater runoff. GI can provide multiple co-benefits, such as helping to mitigate localized flooding, reducing heat-island effect, improving localized air quality, improving localized water quality, reducing reliance on landscaping irrigation, and supporting native vegetation which provides biodiversity benefits.  Common examples of GI are vegetated bioswales, bioretention basins, and permeable concrete or pavers. 


The following studies provide more information on GI in Phoenix​

Recommendations for Integrating GI in Hazard Mitigation Planning​ (PDF)​ - 2020

Greater Phoenix Metro Green Infrastructure Handbook (PDF)  – 2019 - Sustainable Cities Network

Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis of Green Infrastructure/Low Impact Development (GI/LID) in Phoenix, AZ (PDF) – 2018

Effectiveness of Existing Green Infrastructure in Phoenix (PDF) – 2018​​