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Stormwater Management In Your Community  
                                                                                                    January 2019
Permit Policy Revisions 

LWDD has revised section 3.5 of it s Operating Policy Manual regarding permit applications for drainage and roadway projects within our boundary. The changes reduce redundancy in project review and save time and money for the applicant while maintaining the current level of service. The updated section and complete policy manual can be found at 
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Flood Control Checkup 

Effective flood control takes more than the maintenance and operations of LWDD.
Property owners and residential communities both have a role to play in our overall flood control system. Read more at   
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Dry Season Landscapes  

Why fight mother nature? There are hundreds of landscape plants that can tolerate drought stress. Creating a landscape design using drought tolerant shrubs, palms, trees and flowers will help you avoid plant loss and extensive water use. Learn more at http://www.lwdd.net/news/dry-season-landscapes
Stormwater 101

What is a drought? Who owns the water in the canals? Where does the water come from? Get answers to these questions and learn more about stormwater management by downloading the frequently asked questions sheet. Help us educate others by sharing what you have learned with your  friends  and neighbors. http://www.lwdd.net/news/stormwater-101-frequently-asked-questions 
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