Low Impact Development (LID) is a site design strategy that maintains or replicates predevelopment hydrology through runoff source control by reducing and disconnecting impervious areas, lengthening flow path and runoff time, and protecting sensitive features including: riparian buffers, wetlands, steep slopes and flood plains.
The following links lead to helpful sites related to Low Impact Development.
General Runoff Reduction and LID info
Permeable Pavement Systems
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