February 7, 2018
As communities across New Jersey are looking at their options for eliminating combined-sewer overflows, working with private developers is going to be part of the discussion.
December 12, 2017
Hoboken’s Southwest Park helps control chronic flooding, its design and features received public input on three occasions, and its interpretive signage provides educational opportunities to visitors.
November 3, 2017
New Jersey Future's Mainstreaming Green Infrastructure program addresses the flooding problem in Newton's Memory Park.More
October 18, 2017
Community participation is the key to successful stormwater management. In cities across the country, ioby’s nonprofit crowdfunding platform is emboldening and enabling residents to create their own green infrastructure projects in their neighborhoods.More
October 3, 2017
The City of Newark visited with the Philadelphia Water Department to learn from its considerable experience managing stormwater.More
May 25, 2017
The Cities of Service Prepared Together program is giving three of New Jersey's CSO communities -- Hoboken, Jersey City, and Newark -- a chance to address stormwater runoff issues and build stronger, more resilient neighborhoods.More
April 12, 2017
Municipal action teams have been formed in combined sewer system communities to foster community engagement and serve to advocate for green infrastructure.More