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What does it take to reduce significant stormwater on a multifamily property? Join use for a Q&A with Glen Waye Gardens to find out!
In this first Q&A session, we’ll meet Vicki Vergagni, Property Manager at Glen Waye Gardens Condominium. Over the past 5 years, Glen Waye embarked on an ambitious journey to reduce the significant stormwater runoff on the property. Through the installation of cisterns, native reforestation and conservation landscapes, Glen Waye reduced the flow of stormwater on the property and beautified the complex. Not to mention the reduced runoff into local waterways!
In this session is intended for property managers who are interested in reducing stormwater runoff, preventing erosion and installing native habitats on the complex. The general public is also welcome.
Glen Waye Gardens Condominium is a 214-unit garden apartment condominium complex with a five-acre footprint on a 15-acre property that drains into the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River. Built in the late 1960’s, it was converted from a rental property into a condominium and is now populated by residents of diverse backgrounds. This project was made possible by funding from the Chesapeake Bay Trust and Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection. Award funding is provided through Montgomery County Water Quality Protection Fund.