The community is invited to learn about the health and extent of Harrisonburg’s urban forest canopy, review strategies for best management of the canopy, and find out how trees play a role in reducing stormwater runoff.
This project includes the retrofit of an older water quantity facility to include water quality features. The project is currently in the engineering and design phase.
This project includes the restoration of approximately 1,730 linear feet of stream along Mountain View Drive.
Citizens are invited to attend the open house at Thomas Harrison Middle School to learn more about the stormwater projects and how the school will use stormwater utility fee funds to improve local water quality and meet federal and state requirements.
Join us at Court Square Theater for a free event and film highlighting the value of urban trees and a threat posed by the Emerald Ash Borer, an invasive species which is targeting all Ash trees in our community.
Public Works is offering assistance to property owners who would like to apply for the Stormwater Utility Fee credit program. The workshops will be held at two locations on two dates.
The Public Meeting for the Stormwater Improvement Plan will be held in City Council Chambers at 409 S Main St, Harrisonburg, VA 22801.
Residents are invited to share ideas and learn more about the city’s trees. The meeting will be held in Massanutten Regional Library's Grand Room.
The City of Harrisonburg and the Shenandoah Valley Soil and Water Conservation District will be hosting a Rain Barrel Workshop at the Westover Cecil F. Gilkerson Community Activities Center.
The Stormwater Advisory Committee and city staff are hosting an open-house meeting at the Community Activities Center where citizens are invited to learn about the ongoing development of the City’s Stormwater Improvement Plan.